UTAR's Bachelor of Science (Hons) Biomedical Science offered by the Faculty of Science is an interdiciplinary programme with a combination of biology and pre-clinical sciences. The programme aims to equip graduates with a strong basic knowledge in the field of health sciences.
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The Bachelor of Chinese Medicine (Hons) programme aims to produce Chinese Medicine practitioners who possess in-depth knowledge Chinese Medicine’s unique principles, diagnosis and treatment employing acupuncture, chinese herbal medicine and other therapeutic approaches, as well as western medical sciences and diagnosis.
A 4-year programme consists of 12 trimesters. The programme incorporates a wide-ranging scope of knowledge required for Dietetics practice; including biochemistry, anatomy and physiology, human nutrition, fundamentals of food preparation, the role of nutrition in disease prevention and treatment.
This programme provides a coherent body of professional knowledge, technical skills and soft skills with the aims to produce competent professionals who can adapt to different roles and responsibilities in a challenging and dynamic work environment.
The UTAR MBBS programme follows a systemic and integrated approach that aims to equip graduates with not only the required clinical skills, but also effective communication skills to function as competent and caring doctors.
Quality Nurses are in great demand all over the world. With the rapid and technological advancement, there is also an increased demand for caring, highly knowledgeable and clinically competent nurses. There are ample opportunities for promotion, continuing education and self development.
Physiotherapist plays a very vital role as a member of the multi-displinary team in health care. Physiotherapists provide services to people to develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional ability throughout the lifespan.