The college is affiliated with the University of Dhaka and offers 5
years MBBS Course as approved by BM&DC leading to MBBS degree of the University of Dhaka. The college has been approved & accorded permission by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.
Department of Anatomy is responsible for teaching pre-clinical students of AMMC. The department teaches various discipline of Anatomy namely Gross Anatomy, Embryology, Neuro Anatomy, Histology, Radiological Anatomy and Living Anatomy providing special emphasis on general, applied and functional aspects. Three academic terms cater for 530 hours out of which theoretical lectures cover 115 hours and rest 415 hours are for tutorial, practical, dissection and demonstration classes.
The Department of Physiology is entrusted to teach Medical Physiology in 3 terms during first one and half year of MBBS course. The aim of teaching Physiology is to make medical students understand the normal functions of human body, the homeostatic mechanisms and also the physical and chemical factors those are responsible for origin, development and progression of life.
Science of Biochemistry helps to understand the maintenance of health and effective treatment of diseases. The department is thus organized to teach students about basic knowledge on life process depending upon chemical principles, performing and interpreting biochemical laboratory tests and procedures and requisite knowledge for higher studies and research. The teaching methodology involves theoretical lectures, tutorials and practical demonstrations which includes 130 hrs for lectures, 110 hrs for tutorials and 110 hrs for practical classes.
Department of Community Medicine offers training to the medical students on 3rd year of MBBS course. The objective of this course is to provide community-oriented and need-based medical education so as to produce good young dedicated doctors to ensure universal health services through effective Primary Health Care. 5 hours of lectures are taken in 1st year under supervision of community medicine department. The 3rd year course comprises of 110 hours of lecture classes, 160 hours of practical/tutorial classes and 30 days of Community Based Medical Education (CBME) and 5 hours integrated teaching (total 275 hours + 30 days).