Objective : This Study aims to survey the current situation of the ‘Future Leaders of Korean Medicine’ curriculum and thereby improve the quality of the curriculum.
Methods : 10 students in the curriculum answered 3 items of the NSSE questionnaires; 'Active and Collaborative Learning', 'Student -Faculty Interaction', 'Satisfaction'.
Results : ‘Worked with other students on projects’, ‘Tutored or taught other students (paid or voluntary)’ average frequencies are relatively low in the 'Active and Collaborative Learning' item. ‘Worked with faculty members on activities other than course-work’ average frequency is relatively low in the ‘Student –Faculty Interaction' item.
Conclusions : The curriculum should be improved to encourage the students to take the leading roles at Collaborative Learning and to interact with the advisors.
KeyWords : Future Leaders of Korean Medicine, NSSE, Active and Collaborative Learning, Student -Faculty Interaction, Satisfaction.