The Biomedicine programme is a 4 years or 8 semesters full time programme. At the end of the programme, graduates are awarded the Bachelor of Health Science (Biomedicine).
The programme is multidisciplinary in nature and allows students to explore the latest information and technology in the fields of Biomedical Sciences. It encompasses all aspects of laboratory diagnosis, disease prevention and research in the fields of Biomedical Sciences. Industrial training, Biomedical Practicum and Research Project are introduced in the final stage of the studies to equip the students with the knowledge and skills in the diagnostic and clinical laboratory, disease prevention and research fields.
This programme is carefully designed to cater for the manpower requirements of both the private and public sectors of the nation. The curriculum takes cognizance of the need to be proactive in its approach, whereby curricula of institutions from the US, Europe and Australia were used as benchmarks. This is to ensure that the curriculum is of quality and of high standards capable of producing graduates who are competent and globally competitive.
Students of the Biomedicine Programme are to complete a total of 140 credit units before they can graduate.