Health Sciences

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Course Code
HSW-1213
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Introduction to common types of behavioural disorders as well as theoretical approaches to diagnosis and treatment. Applies skills learned l to locate and use major classification systems for behaviour disorders. applies skills learned to individuals in an environment perspective to identify mental dysfunction and its complex causes and manifestations.
               
Course Code
HSW-2023
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Expands knowledge and skills of effective communication and counselling interventions fundamental to social work practice. Demonstrates and practices communication strategies to establish and maintain therapeutic relationships and assessment techniques. Additionally, in tandem with systems theory, the integration of other counselling approaches as part of a planned change process is achieved.
               
Course Code
HSC-1033
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HSC-1203
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The second course in a two-semester sequence designed to build upon certain concepts covered in the Anatomy and Physiology I course. The aim is to extend the students understanding of the workings of the body systems and the communication processes required to coordinate their activities.
               
Course Code
HSD-2003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
This course provides an introduction to basic anatomy and physiological principles from cellular level to the whole organism. The focus will be on establishing a basic understanding and appreciation of the interrelationship between the topics covered such as: • Structure and function of the integumentary system • Structure, function and interdependence of cardiovascular and respiratory systems • Structure and function of the immune system • Structure and function of the reproductive system
               
Course Code
HML-1302
Credit Hours
2
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HML-4003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HIM-3003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HML-4102
Credit Hours
2
Level
UG
Course Description
Emphasis on trouble-shooting histochemical methods and advanced techniques used in tissue diagnosis is the aim of this course, introducing immunohistochemistry and quality assurance systems and builds on the basic principles introduced in Cellular Pathology I and II courses. Instruction in the classroom and laboratory will enable the student to review the role of histochemistry in differentiating cellular diseases in the cellular pathology department.
               
Course Code
HSC-1023
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HPH-3954
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Facilitates experience in providing patient-centred pharmaceutical care in hospital outpatient and inpatient settings. The course develops medication management and use competencies, and fundamental skills in medication therapy and medication management, in addition to learning effective professional communication skills in conjunction with prescribing physicians and third party payers to manage medication-related problems.
               
Course Code
HMI-4952
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply previously taught theory of medical imaging technique and patient care into authentic clinical practice. Learning takes place within safe, supervised, clinical learning sites approved by partner health authorities. Develop previously acquired radiographic and patient care skills in all areas of general X-ray, theatre and mobile imaging. Elective learning in a specialist modality such as angiography or advanced trauma, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging MRI, and Ultrasound (US) or Nuclear Medicine (NM) imaging modalities will be provided. 
               
Course Code
HNR-1602
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Introduces pharmacology and describes the differences between pharmacology, clinical pharmacology, and therapeutics. Topics include: the basic principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics; characteristics of an ideal drug; drug administration routes and dose calculation; relevant international and regional legislation; drug development; and classification. Also discussed are adverse drug reactions, drug-drug and drug food interactions, and the drug responses for select groups of patients/clients.
               
Course Code
HMI-3934
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply previously taught theory of medical imaging technique and patient care into authentic clinical practice. Learning takes place within safe, supervised, clinical learning sites approved by partner health authorities. Develop further radiographic and patient care skills in theatre radiography, elementary contrast media studies, fluoroscopy, mammography and nuclear medicine imaging. 
               
Course Code
HPH-4924
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HPH-3904
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HMI-3312
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HEM-4103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HIM-3303
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Develops a basic understanding of core and central concepts in epidemiology. Includes historical origins, purpose and uses of epidemiology. Emphasis is on measurement as well as data interpretation. Epidemiological study designs are used to enhance understanding of investigation of disease outbreak.
               
Course Code
VET-1123
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HIM-1203
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Covers the basics in applying appropriate codes from the latest International Classification of Diseases (ICD) to classify events of morbidity, mortality, surgical procedures and other non-surgical interventions with an emphasis on accuracy, completeness, and sequencing. It covers all body systems. Maternity, oncology, and external causes of morbidity and mortality are also covered. Factors influencing health status and contact with health services are included.
               
Course Code
HIM-2303
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HIM-3103
Credit Hours
7
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HSW-2123
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Develops knowledge of human behaviour in the social environment. Applies social systems and life span approaches to aid understanding of human behaviour and the impact of the environment. Develops the ability to view individual, family, group, and community problems within their environmental context, as well as the way people and environments reciprocally impact each other. Develops the ability to examine societal theories of human development and human systems and their relevancy for social work practice.
               
Course Code
HSC-1013
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HNR-1925
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Continues to introduce students to basic nursing clinical skills. Students are expected to acquire intermediate practitioner level skills within a laboratory/clinical setting. Newly acquired knowledge is then applied during a 3-week clinical practicum within a chronic care setting.
               
Course Code
HSC-1803
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Covers basic medical terminology beginning with prefixes, suffixes and word roots used in medical and health care language. Develops knowledge by identifying, analysing, defining, spelling and pronouncing terms and learning abbreviations related to each of the body systems, as well as the basic introductory principles of drug administration routes and drug classifications. 
               
Course Code
HNR-3003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Develops fundamental knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to the restoration and maintenance of optimal mental health and recovery from mental illness. Presents the scientific basis of disease for a collection of conditions and disorder types including: anxiety; depression; mania; schizophrenia; anorexia nervosa; substance abuse; and survivors of violence or abuse. Develops introductory skills integral to the assessment of mental health disorders and the evaluation of coping abilities.
               
Course Code
HNR-1702
Credit Hours
2
Level
UG
Course Description
Provides theoretical and practical techniques in the classification, isolation and identification of microorganisms. The course comprises study of the concepts of infection, transmission of disease, pathogenicity, body defense mechanisms, prevention and control of infections. Students acquire an understanding of the purposes of various microbes and the underlying pathophysiology pertaining to select microbial diseases. Instruction in safe work practices and the concept of the need for quality control are integrated parts of the course.
               
Course Code
HNR-1103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Promotes critical thinking to assist students in developing sound clinical decision making skills in relation to the provision of nursing care and health promotion for adults experiencing chronic alterations in function across the lifespan. A variety of common and contextual chronic states are explored whilst therapeutic and pharmacological interventions for individuals experiencing such conditions are identified.
               
Course Code
HNR-2005
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Promotes critical thinking to assist students in developing sound clinical decision making skills in relation to the provision of nursing care and management of adults with acute alterations in function across the lifespan. A variety of common and contextual acute states are explored - including complementary health promotion strategies whilst therapeutic and pharmacological interventions for individuals experiencing such conditions are identified.
               
Course Code
HIM-4924
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HSC-2203
Credit Hours
4
Level
UG
Course Description
Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and behaviour. This course aims to provide an overview of the field of psychology to enable students to gain functional understanding of the human mind and behavior, and apply this knowledge to their field of work.
               
Course Code
HMI-3212
Credit Hours
4
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HSC-2333
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Provides an overview of the study of human society, groups, social processes, and sociological thinking. Activities include active analysis of social issues using sociological theories. Develops sociological imagination and analytic understanding of social structure, agents of socialisation, inequality and change.
               
Course Code
HMI-4002
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
HML-2302
Credit Hours
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
VET-1904
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Provides workplace experience in a real working environment both in veterinary laboratories and clinic. It should give students the opportunity to develop professional and work skills, ethics, habits, and practices as observed in real work situations. Combining knowledge obtained at the college to the practice they will do in workplace will improve students' professional skills. This course will enable students to apply and practice skills, knowledge, and techniques gained during their first year in the veterinary programme in real work placement.
               
Course Code
VET-2904
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Provides workplace experience in a real working environment both in veterinary laboratories and clinic. It should give students the opportunity to develop professional and work skills, ethics, habits, and practices as observed in real work situations. Combining knowledge obtained at the college to the practice they will do in workplace will improve students' professional skills. This course will enable students to apply and practice skills, knowledge, and techniques gained during their second year in the veterinary programme in real work placement
               
Course Code
VET-3904
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA

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Course Code
HSC-1113
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA

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