Available courses

Discuss the gross, microscopic and applied anatomy of the respiratory system and embryological basis of congenital malformations of the respiratory tract. (C2, PLO1)

                                                                                                                                                                                               

Explain the physiological regulation and functioning of the respiratory system, interpretation of pulmonary function tests and the role of lungs in acid-base regulation. (C2, PLO2)                                                                                                                                                      

Describe common diseases, tumors and infections of respiratory tract and their pharmacotherapy (C2, PLO1,3)                                                                                                                                                          

Develop skills to elicit history and conduct clinical examination of a patient with respiratory symptoms; identify the normal and abnormal breath sounds in common respiratory diseases. (C6, PLO1,2,3,5,10)                                                                                                                                                   

Adopt an attitude of lifelong learning about the advances in treatment and preventive aspects of respiratory diseases. (C3, PLO1,4,8)


Molecular Medicine

Describe the basics of human genetics in terms of structure, replication, transcription, translation of DNA as well as regulation of gene expression

Describe structure and functions of human immune system including its role in defense against infections

Discuss the basic principles of immunotherapy and clinical pharmacogenetics            

Perform some serological tests based on antigen and antibody reactions and its application as diagnostic tool; observe and explain the principles and application of PCR and FISH techniques.                                                                   

Develop an attitude of lifelong learning, ethical approach in communicating with patients and their family members in clinical settings with special reference to genetic counseling 

1.      Acquire knowledge that would help in personal and professional improvement and growth (Time management, safety precautions to be followed in health care set up, Evidence Based Medicine, Uses of information technology in healthcare)

2.      List the and discuss the laws governing health care in Malaysia and be fully aware of his/her responsibilities to commit to a Code of Professional Conduct expected of a Medical Practitioner

3.      Define and discuss “Evidence based Medicine” (EBM) and explain its relevance in medical practice 

4.      Discuss and describe the experience of community visit with special reference to the health care of specialized groups (Down’ syndrome, Autistic children, inmates of old age home etc.)


common diseases in the external ear - otitis externa,

 aetiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, investigations & treatment of these diseases.

This is the trial course created to test the examination conduct for CPE

Course learning outcomes:

At the end of this course, students would be able to:

1. Describe the general characteristics, structure and classification of microorganisms with reference to pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites.

2.Describe the morphology, virulence factors and pathogenesis of bacterial and viral infections.

3.Describe the morphology and life cycle of human parasites; and the morphology of pathogenic fungi.

4.Demonstrate practical knowledge of laboratory technique in the diagnosis of microbial infections.

5.Explain the principles of infectious disease epidemiology and methods of infection control.


At the end of this course, students would be able to:

1.      State the role of clinical haematology laboratory in the study of health & diseases.

2.      Describe the principles and practical applications of a range of biomedical procedures

3.      used in the haematology laboratory for the diagnosis of human diseases.

4.      Describe the pathological changes in clinical haematological and haemostatic disorders

5.      State the role and the main disciplines of Biomedical Science in the day to day operation of a Haematology Laboratory.

6.      Describe the biomedical laboratory procedures, processing and interpretation of documents and data obtained.

7.     Describe the scope and function of a medical transfusion science


This module is offered to the medical students in order to exposed them to the statistical analysis and make it presentable in visual form and easier way of tabulate data. This include in the way of collection, manage and recording data.

 

                                                                                                  

 

 Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences (Hons)

Year 3 Semester 6 

Intake Numbers: 201804 & 201810

 END OF SEMESTER EXAMINATION

 23 OCTOBER 2020

 

BMS2273 Clinical Biochemistry 

Part A (Multiple Choice Questions)

 

Session: Morning (9.30am – 10.30am)                               Duration: 60 minutes

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INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:

1.    This paper is divided into TWO sections:

Section 1: 20 SCA (Single Correct Answer questions). Each question carries 1 mark

Section 2: 2 EMQ (Extended Matching Questions). Each question carries 5 marks

2.    Select the BEST option for each question.

3.    The time allocation for this paper is 60 minutes.

a.    Time allocation for each SCA is about 2 minutes.

b.    Time allocation for each EMQ is about 10 minutes.

4.    Under NO circumstances there will be extra time provided

5.    You CANNOT go back to a previous question to change the response provided.

6.    After the time expires, your responses will be submitted automatically by the system until the point you’ve answered.

7.    Remember to click on: "Submit all and finish" BEFORE THE TIME ENDS.

8.    Attempts allowed: 1


this is intended for students to experience the online FE using Moodle

The course encompasses two areas pertinent to the understanding of global business: (1) economic theories and policies and (2) international business.  The first part of the course introduces the underlying economic theories that inform business decisions.  It covers the micro and macro issues including theory of the firm, supply and demand mechanism, market structure, determination of national income, business cycle, and fiscal and monetary policies, The second part of the course aims to expose students to the different issues of international business. Among the topics covered are the impacts of culture, law, and economic system,  government policies on international business, international trade and investment, international financial market, and managing international operations.

This project provides students the opportunity to select and pursue a research in an area of their interest related to a business/management field. It seeks to expose students to the design and development of a study, and analysis of data and interpretation of findings, which requires certain level knowledge of their chosen area. It does involve students in various steps of research that will help to sharpen their critical thinking, decision making, writing and presentation skills. 

The course begins with a discussion of the knowledge-acquiring process where the creation of research knowledge is emphasized. Frames of reference, scientific ideals and the choice of perspectives are regarded as important bricks in the research process. This is followed by a discussion on the choice of subject areas, research backgrounds, research questions, problem statements, the ensuing methodological implications, and the possibilities and limitations of both quantitative and qualitative methods. Different methods for sampling, gathering data and data analyses are included.

This module seeks to expose students to the concepts, principles and practice of developing, operating and managing a small business venture. Specific attention is given to understanding the uniqueness of the small business owner. It covers entrepreneurial vision, personality, marketing, accounting, financial, planning, legal and tax issues, franchising and management.


This module will equip students with theoretical and practical knowledge in managing organizational change relevant to managers

Marketing management is an important course due to the changes in the marketplace. Firms are increasingly recognizing the importance of developing intelligence and strategic insights regarding the markets and consumers.  This course focuses on formatting and implementing marketing management strategies and policies. It is a task undertaken in most companies at the strategic business unit level.  Topics covered include corporate business strategies, marketing management process, SWOT analysis, consumer behaviour, developing strategic marketing programme, e-marketing and marketing communications.


This module seeks to enhance students understanding of the concept, roles, functions and the practice of human resource management in organizations.  It focuses on the human resource environment and challenges faced by organizations, managing work flows and job analysis, legal aspects of HR in Malaysia, human resource planning and recruitment, selection and testing processes, training and development, managing organizational renewal, appraising and improving performance, managing compensation and incentives, occupational safety and health at workplace and employee relations.


This subject discusses various management accounting techniques with an emphasis on its relevance to management decision-making functions. It includes discussions on a significant development in the role of management accounting within an organization. The subject also seeks to expose students to the functions and principles of financial management and its application in managerial decisions.  It focuses on the scope of corporate finance which includes financial markets, financial statement analysis, financial planning and forecasting, profile of risk and return, time value of money, valuation of shares and bonds and capital budgeting.

In this course, you will be exposed to elements and issues about organisations and the way they behave as well as what causes them to behave as such. It focuses on theories, research and practices that relate to individual and group behaviour, on social perception and culture in organisations.

Leadership is defined as the ability to inspire confidence and support among people to meet organisational goals. Leadership is needed in all levels of organisation. This course will expose learners on the different types of leadership styles available. It is also important for leaders to understand the situation before deciding which will be the most suitable leadership styles. The program will provide exposure to learners on how important it is to adapt the proper leadership style according to situations. The importance of relationship with followers is emphasised. The course also highlight the importance of cross cultural leadership 

Crafting and executing strategy are paramount for many businesses to succeed and sustain. This module covers issues of internal and external environment analysis, strategic models and approaches for winning a sustainablele competitive advantage.

Digital technologies are reshaping many traditional industries, and many companies need to reinvent their business to survive in this dynamic environment. This course aims to provide insights to managing business in the digital age. Rising to the digital challenge often involves creating new business models, finding new ways to innovate, leveraging digital platforms and social marketing tools to engage with consumers, and designing new organizational structures to spark entrepreneurship. Using a diverse set of global case studies from digital companies such as Amazon, Apple and Uber, as well as legacy companies like the New York Times and Comcast, this module provides a framework to understand digital disruption, crafting and driving digital business strategy. 

Year 3 Paediatric and neonatology

The course begins with a discussion of the knowledge-acquiring process where the creation of knowledge is emphasised. Frames of reference, scientific ideals and the choice of perspective are regarded as important bricks in the research process. This subject area will be followed by a thorough discussion regarding the choice of subject and the research question, where the importance of an extensive problem background is made clear. The chosen research question has methodological implications, and the possibilities and limitations of both quantitative and qualitative methods for the research question are discussed and exemplified. Different methods for sampling and gathering data are examined alongside the regarding the possibilities of accessing information.

This subject will cover the basic understanding and the meaning of Corporate
Governance and its importance. Among the key areas to be covered are theories
about firms and performances, legal and voluntary regulations, corporate culture,
the role of CEOs and also comparative corporate governance.

Upon completion of this subject, students will be able to:
1. Explain the meaning of Corporate Governance and its importance in the
business environment. (CLO1)
2. Identify what constitutes Corporate Governance. (CLO2)
3. Evaluate the relative effectiveness of Corporate Governance in relation to the
needs of a business community. (CLO3)

Principles of Communication is designed to give students a general survey of the discipline of communication. This task is approached from various perspectives: fundamental of communication, mass communication, communication theories, models of communication and changing concepts of communication

The aim of this course to help students to acquire knowledge, improve their theories, and strengthen arguments. Students can use critical thinking to enhance work process and improve social institutions. 


Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course students should be able to:

1. Recognize the logical connections between ideas.

2. Describe and evaluate arguments.

3. Point out the inconsistencies ad common mistakes in reasoning.

4. Judge the problems in critical thinking. 

This is about how to resuscitate a newborn after delivery.

Screening for diseases for EpiRMBS module MBBS Batch 11

The focus of this block will be on helping students learn the scientific method of investigating, analysing, preventing and controlling health problems in a population through understanding the component of research, epidemiology biostatistics. This block expected to provides the ability for critical thinking, creation and judgments in medical practice. This block enables the students to understand the importance and essentiality of research, principles of epidemiology and biostatistics in medical science and daily medical care practices with expectation of training the students effectively in Evidence based Medicine and instil in them the aptitude for lifelong learning and research.

This course exposes students to in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge in quantitative methods and decision making techniques and analysis. 

This is a multimedia course using several applications specializing in multimedia design and development. Students will be introduced to the vital multimedia elements and the implementation of problem solving; generating creativity and new skills in multimedia designing which involves manipulation of text, audio, video, images and animation as well as to provide fundamental knowledge necessary for further study in the field of multimedia technology.

The course provides essential knowledge in concepts and ideas which includes descriptive statistics, probability concepts, random variables, probability distribution, discrete and continuous statistical distribution, estimation and hypothesis testing. 

Kursus ini membincangkan ilmu ketamadunan yang meliputi pengenalan ilmu ketamadunan, perkembangan dan interaksi ketamadunan dalam Tamadun Islam, Melayu, China, India, serta isu ketamadunan kontemporari dalam Tamadun Islam dan Tamadun Asia. Kursus ini bertujuan memberi kefahaman mengenai setiap elemen tersebut dan implikasinya terhadap proses pembangunan negara. Selain itu, perbincangan dan perbahasan dalam kursus ini turut berperanan dalam usaha melahirkan pelajar yang mengetahui warisan sejarah negara, memupuk nilai murni, mempunyai jati diri kebangsaan dan menghargai kepelbagaian.


This course offers comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of communication skills that are essential in the daily life. Covers classic approaches and new developments of communication and gives coordinated attention to communication skills further develop the students with the ability to communicate to a wider audience.

This subject seeks to enhance students understanding of the concept, roles, functions and the practice of human resource management in organizations.  It focuses on human resource environment and challenges faced by organization, managing work flows and job analysis, legal aspects of HR in Malaysia, human resource planning and recruitment, selection and testing process, training and development, managing organizational renewal, appraising and improving performance, managing compensation and incentives, occupational safety and health at workplace and employee relations.

This course aims to provide students with a broader knowledge and management background on ICT for business organizations and the society. Topics are designed to assist students with a concrete knowledge foundation in ICT, state-of-the-art methods and supporting technologies as well as to demonstrate to learners the applicability of ICT in daily management activities. The course will also cover some concepts, framework on ICT management that is currently available in the industry.

In this course, you will be exposed to elements and issues about organisations and the way they behave as well as what causes them to behave as such. It focuses on theories, research and practices that relate to individual and group behaviour, on social perception and culture in organisations.

Strategic management is examined in terms of contents, process and context.  The subject covers issues of internal and external environment analysis and associates them with the notion of competitive advantage.  Strategy is defined at three levels: corporate, business and functional. Nonetheless, it is thoroughly discussed at the business and functional level only. The roles and responsibilities of managers involved in the decision making process are also highlighted.

This is a course on discovery, with perspectives shared by some of the leading in entrepreneurship. This course purposes are to bring a logical and systematic approach to the identification of emerging opportunities and the development of ‘wickedly good” concepts for new ventures, and to explore a number of critical challenges surrounding the entrepreneur’s ability to recognize and act on such ideas

This course develop students aware of the various business disciplines, how to integrate their knowledge, explore the management and strategy concepts and analytical techniques and integrate their knowledge of the various business disciplines also to apply this knowledge to the planning and managing of strategic business activities.