National School of Tropical Medicine

Diploma in Tropical Medicine Schedule


Modules do not need to be taken in order. However, module three must be successfully completed before taking module four. To obtain the diploma, all four modules must be completed within three years from completion of the first module. After completion of all four modules students are eligible to apply for the ASTMH Certificate of Knowledge Examination (provided additional examination application criteria are met).

Winter 2022 (subject to change)

Module 2: (TDTPM 102: Tropical Bacteriology and Virology) in webinar format
Jan. 3 – 28, 2022

Module 3: (TDTPM 103: Tropical Parasitology and Mycology) in webinar format
Jan. 31 – Feb. 11, 2022

Module 4: (TDTPM 104: Application of Travel and Tropical Medicine)  in webinar format
Feb. 14 – 25, 2022 (Pre-requisite: Module 3)

Module 1: (TDTPM 101: Epidemiology, Public Health) in webinar format
Feb. 28 – March 25, 2022

The Diploma in Tropical Medicine is an intensive program. Module 1 and 2 are 4-week long while Module 3 and 4 are fast paced and 2-week long not conducive to clinical care. Quizzes or assignment are due on a weekly basis; students should have dedicated time to study for the course material  in order to be successful.

Diploma in Tropical Medicine Lecturers

Note: All students must take the final exam on the scheduled date. If a student has a scheduling conflict with the scheduled exam date and time, the student must provide written proof of conflict and get it approved by the course director to take the exam at an agreed scheduled time. No other exceptions will be made regarding taking the exam early.

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