CurrMIT (Curriculum Management & Information Tool)
CurrMIT is a password-protected online database offering an array of support services to help medical schools manage and report on curriculum information. Uses include detailed comparisons of curricula among U.S. and Canadian medical schools, trends in medical education, teaching methods and materials being used, and more.
News and Updates
Looking for the Curriculum Directory?
Reports on information previously available in the AAMC's Curriculum Directory have been incorporated into other AAMC resources or can now be found in Curriculum Inventory and Reports (CIR).
Visit the following Web sites to find some commonly-requested information:
- For Combined Baccalaureate-M.D. Degree Programs: MSAR®
- For USMLE Step 1 & Step 2 Policies: Curriculum Policies Reports
- For Institution-specific information: Medical School Directory
Curriculum information on individual medical schools is now available through the online Medical School Directory. (Registration and fee required to access certain information. Visit the MSAR® Web site for more information.)
If you can not find the information you require, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Future of CurrMIT and the Curriculum Directory
CurrMIT will continue to be available to AAMC member medical schools for curriculum management and reporting until 2014. CurrMIT users are encouraged to continue inputting and updating their institution's information in CurrMIT to ensure optimal reporting while MedAPS resources are developed and implemented.
Charts on aggregate U.S. medical school curriculum information, from the LCME Annual Questionnaire Part II
Educational Content Specialist
Terri Cameron, M.A.
Director, Curriculum Management