Medical & Health Sciences

BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (HONS)

(R2/726/6/0044) 04/26
(A9744)

 
 

About this Course

This programme aims to produce a Physiotherapist with in-depth knowledge and competency in the assessment and treatment with the incorporation of quality patient care and evidence-based practice. The individual should possess clinical reasoning and able to be in a team player for consultation and health promotion in hospital settings or health institutions.

What Will You Learn

  • Aside from the usual brand of lectures and seminars as the core of learning, there is a fun practical aspect to studying physiotherapy – problem based learning, tutorials, and eventually work experience in hospitals.
  • Physiotherapy assesses, treat and prevent human movement disorders across various areas of practice, including sport, musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory, women’s health and neurological conditions in people of all ages.
  • During your first years of study, you will learn the basic medical sciences in courses such as human anatomy, physiology and psychology relevant to human health and function.
  • Outside of knowing what muscles to rub to make people better, physiotherapy also teaches a wide variety of other skills in healthcare provision. Physiotherapists are among the best paid in the medicine industry.

Career Prospect

  • Physiotherapist
  • Clinical Therapist
  • Academician
  • Clinical Instructor
  • Physiotherapy Entrepreneur
  • Other Centres: Sports, Fitness, Rehabilitation, Community Health Care & Primary healthcare.

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Course structure

Year 1
  • Anatomy I
  • Physiology I
  • Physics for Physiotherapists
  • Introduction and Professional
  • English for Academic Enrichment
  • Leadership and Development
  • Anatomy II
  • Physiology II
  • Pathology
  • Biomechanics and Kinesiology
  • Behavioural Science
  • Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia / Malaysian Studies 3
  • Hubungan Etnik/Melayu
  • Komunikasi II
Year 2
  • NeuroSciences
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Pathology
  • Movement Therapy I
  • Physiotherapy in Medicine and Surgery
  • Malaysian Government and Public Policy
  • Introduction to Pharmacology
  • Electro Physical Agents I
  • Physiotherapists Practice in Musculoskeletal I
  • Movement Therapy II
  • Physiotherapy in Women’s Health
  • AMUnited II
  • Clinical Placement I
Year 3
  • Biostatistics
  • Research Methodology
  • Physiotherapy Practice in Pulmonary
  • Physiotherapy Practice in Musculoskeletal II
  • Physiotherapy Practice in Neurological I
  • Physiotherapy Practice in Cardiovascular
  • Clinical Placement II
  • Clinical Placement III
Year 4
  • Research Project II
  • Physiotherapy in Geriatrics
  • Sports Physiotherapists
  • Physiotherapy Practice in Neurological II
  • Physiotherapy in Pediatrics
  • Clinical Placement IV
  • Clinical Placement V
  • Clinical Placement VI
  • Clinical Placement VII
  • Clinical Placement VIII
Elective (One Subject)
  • Occupational Ergonomics
  • Hand Rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation Medicine
 

Entry Requirement

Obtained MUET Band 3 or IEL TS (5.5) / TOEFL (550) AND


  • PASS Matriculation/Pre-University/STPM programme or equivalent qualification with minimum GPA 2.33 in TWO of the following subjects: Biology, Physics/Mathematics and Chemistry; OR
  • A-Level programme or equivalent qualification with minimum Grade D in TWO of the following subjects: Biology, Physics/Mathematics and Chemistry; OR
  • Recognised Diploma with minimum CGPA of 2.75 in related field; OR
  • Recognised Diploma with CGPA less than 2.75 in related field and a minimum of 3 years (36 months) working experience in the related field.

English proficiency for foreign student Candidate should obtain IELTS (5.5) / TOEFL (550) paper-based or equivalent.

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