Basic Science Program
Lincoln American University offers the Basic Science Program which follows the curriculum designed as per the US standards. The curriculum of the Basic Science Program emphasizes on problem-based learning and clinical correlations. During this program, the students are provided with a thorough knowledge of the basic biomedical sciences, physical exam skills, and problem solving techniques beginning in the first semester with Physical Diagnosis.
The faculty members of the Basic Science Program at LAU are graduates and post graduates from reputed universities of the United States. LAU ensures to maintain a low student to faculty ratio to provide the best learning and practical experience.
The Basic Medical Science curriculum of Lincoln American University is designed to offer the following:
- An in-depth knowledge of the basic medical sciences.
- A range of problems encountered by doctors and the range of solutions that have been developed for their recognition, investigation, prevention and treatment.
- The principles of disease, therapy, ethical and legal issues relevant to the practice of medicine.
In today’s changing world, every day new researches are being performed to understand the anatomical functions, diseases, and treatments. Here at Lincoln American University, the best practices are used to provide the complete knowledge to the students not only through books but also unique practical ways to make them learn more. At Lau, classrooms are not the only source of gaining knowledge; rather we help our students to learn through experiences and practical.
The Basic Science Program is completed in a four semesters. LAU campus is equipped with modern infrastructure and technology. Classes are enhanced with the latest educational technology. Clinical training is provided in the early semesters at our affiliated hospitals and clinical centres.