See how KU's ACE (Active, Competency-based, and Excellence-driven) curriculum is helping us to graduate physicians focused on improving the health and well-being of Kansas citizens and the global community.
Through the application of ACE (Active, Competency-based, and Excellence-driven) curriculum, the University of Kansas School of Medicine is on the forefront of medical education, graduating physicians focused on improving the health and well-being of Kansan and the global community.
Physicians trained in KU's ACE curriculum:
- Quickly adapt to continuous changes in the practice of medicine brought about by scientific and clinical discoveries.
- Engage and understand the health care system to better serve those who seek help.
- Work in inter-disciplinary teams for better patient outcomes.
- Employ complex technology built upon the foundation of a strong physician-patient relationship to promote healing.
Influencing individuals, communities and populations, ACE-trained physicians learn the tools to seek a better understanding of health and disease and to advance the health of all.
Visit the Office of Medical Education for additional information about our M.D. program curriculum.