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Bachelor of Medical Sciences

Course Title : Medical Sciences, Bachelor (Hons)
Course Code : BMS


About the Course
The Honours degree of Bachelor in Medical Sciences is structured to provide students the opportunities to delve into a range of medical sciences and allied health fields. This programme embraces interdisciplinary teaching-learning approach to expose students to the in-depth understanding of human body, health and diseases. This includes solid foundations of Medical Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Forensic Medicine, Public Health Medicine, Haemopoetic and Lymphoid System, Biostatics and Nutrition in Medical Sciences.

Entry Requirement

(i) STPM Candidate :

    (a) Interview
    (b) Pass SPM or its equivalent with credit in Bahasa Melayu and
    (c) Pass STPM or its equivalent, with minimum Grade C in 2 subjects including Pengajian Am/Kertas Am (General Studies/General Paper) or minimum 2.00 CGPA;

    OR

(ii) Pass Ministry of Education Matriculation or MSU Foundation Programme, or other Foundation Programme or its equivalent from higher learning institution with minimum 2.00 CGPA;

    OR

(iii) Diploma in related field from Higher Learning Institution or other institution recognised by MSU Senate with minimum 2.00 CGPA;

    OR

(iv) Pass The South Australian Matriculation (SAM) with minimum score of 65% ;

    OR

(v) Pass Canadian Pre University Programme (CPU) with minimum score of 80%;

    OR

(vi) Pass Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) with at least grade B in 5 subjects;

    OR

(vii) Other equivalent qualification recognised by the Malaysian Government


Duration : 3 years

Core Subjects

  • Introduction to Medical Science
  • Bioethics and Nursing
  • Haemopoetic and Lymphoid System
  • Human Environment Interface
  • Biostatistics
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Public Health Medicine
  • Psychological Medicine
  • Nutrition in Medical Science
  • Communicable Diseases
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Genetic Disorder

Career Prospect
This programme offers its gradatuates ample opportunities in various specialisations within medical and allied health sciences including private and public hospitals, public health units, government departments, biotechnology, health technology, clinical department, diagnostic, forensic laboratories, healthcare management, veterinary diagnostic laboratories, medical research, education and biomedical equipment and pharmaceutical sales.

KPT Reference : R/721/6/0018 [JPT/BPP(U)1000-801/33/Jld.8(6)]

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