About The Course
Bachelor of Medical Sciences is structured to provide you with a strong grasp on the basic science principles underlying clinical medicine. You will learn about the human anatomy, understand its biological functions, and study diseases. Your training in the discipline will be by a combination of lectures, small group discussions, workshops and practical sessions, in our modern laboratories and guided by our lecturers who are experts in their fields. Expand your academic horizon by applying for our Global Mobility Programme, through which you may spend a semester or more abroad in our affiliated universities. This will enhance your learning experiences and intensify your academic knowledge in the field of medical sciences.
Programme Structure Contents
Passed STPM/Matriculation/A-Level/Pre-University/equivalent, with Grade C (CGPA 2.00) in Biology/Physics and Chemistry; AND obtained five (5) Credits in SPM/equivalent, including three (3) from Biology, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and English; OR
Diploma in related fields, with 2.75 CGPA; OR
Diploma in a related field, with below 2.75 CGPA and three (3) years or thirty-six (36) months working experience in the same field;
Any other qualifications recognized as equivalent.
International candidates must achieve IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 for writing, or equivalent.
[Updated 27 July 2018]
- Medical Laboratory Supervisor
- Healthcare Manager
KPT/JPS ( R2/721/6/0018 ) 02/22
Lecture Delivery Modes Contents
- Haemopoietic and Lymphoid System
- Cardiovascular System
- Reproductive System
- Genitourinary System
- Pathophysiology of Respiratory System
- Psychological Medicine
- Clinical Medicine
- Genetic Disorder
- Pathophysiology of Musculoskeletal System
- Clinical Training for Medical Science
Bachelor in Medical Sciences is a foundation for entry to an array of health-related postgraduate programmes offered by MSU's School of Graduate Studies. You may also move on to the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor in Surgery.