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  • Biomedical Science
  • Dentistry
  • Diagnostic Radiography & Radiation Therapy
  • Environmental & Occupational Health
  • Medicine
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Veterinary

Medical Studies - Biomedical Sciences

Introduction

Biomedical science is a multi-disciplinary programme that applies biological technologies on top of research and treatment. This course plays an essential role in the treatment process since the condition of patients need to be analysed by the biomedical expertise, to customize effective medical treatment for them. Consequently, students have to authenticate the cause of disease assisted by medical equipment after collecting patients’ tears, tissues, blood, faces and urine samples. Students will also use computers, microscopes and other high-tech laboratories facilities. In addition, students ought to take part in the research projects such as the terminal diseases and mutation of cells.

 

Study Subjects

Advanced Pharmacology, Applications of Bioinformatics, Applied Nutrition, Basic Anatomy with Histology and Hematology, Basic Pharmacology and Toxicology with Health Informatics, Clinical Chemistry, Clinical Genetics, Community Nutrition, Epidemiology and Public Health, Human Pathology, Human Physiology, Immunology, Instrumentation in Medical Diagnostic, Laboratory Science and Blood Banking, Medical Microbiology, Medical Parasitology, Microbiology, Nutritional Biochemistry, Principles of Biochemistry

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can carry out pharmaceutical inspection and research in laboratories, medical centres, the government of private hospitals. Students can also choose to work as medical products consultant or salesman, laboratory administrator or a consultant of patients in an insurance company. It is worth noticing that a graduate in biomedical science is not a doctor, which is not allowed to carry out surgery or provide medication.

Medical Studies - Dentistry

Introduction

Dentistry is a branch of medical studies which focuses on the health of teeth, oral hard tissue and the oral soft tissues. Students in dentistry will not only learn the procedures of oral checkups but also study restorations, scaling and extraction for teeth. Furthermore, students will be exposed to some of the technologies that are integrated with the beauty industry for examples, implantation, orthodontics and tooth bleaching.

In this profession, most of the dentist chose general outpatient care, but some dentists will continue pursuing their studies to specialization. The specialization in dentistry includes

  1. Endodontics
  2. Oral Pathology
  3. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  4. Orthodontics
  5. Pediatric Dentistry
  6. Periodontics
  7. Prosthodontics

 

Study Subjects

Biochemistry, Dental anatomy and histology, Dental materials, Endodontics, General medicine, General physiology, General surgery, Histology, Human anatomy, Microbiology, Oral maxillofacial surgery, Oral medicine and radiology, Oral Pathology, Orthodontics, Pedodontics, Periodontics, Pharmacology, Pre-clinical conservative dentistry, Prosthodontics, Public health dentistry

 

Career Opportunities

The graduates need to register with the Malaysian Dental Council to work in government hospitals for three years, then is given choice to continue serving in the hospitals or change to private hospitals. Other than that, graduates may establish their dentist or work in dental care company, for examples, Oral B and Colgate to work as a consultant.

Medical Studies - Diagnostic Radiography & Radiation Therapy

Introduction

Diagnostic radiography and radiation therapy focus on cultivating medical personnel major in diagnostic imaging and radiotherapy. These two disciplinary is different from each other and the only University of Malaya put them together among the public universities in our country. Diagnostic radiography deals with the medical equipment, for instance, X-Ray machine, computed tomography scan, ultrasound, angiography, MRI – Agnetic resonance imaging and radionuclide to obtain human body data, especially the tissues that we could not see by narrow eyes, such as bones and organs for diagnosis of diseases. Meanwhile, radiation therapy makes use of radiation, X-Ray, Gamma-ray and electron beam to treat a cancer patient. Therefore, this disciplinary does not involve the operations of medical instruments, what they learnt is all about scientific radiotherapy with ionization and non-ionization to diagnose and treat the patients.

 

Study Subjects

Anatomy & Physiology, Basic Pathology, Behavioral Science Systemic Pathology, Biostatistics and Research Methodology, Brachytherapy, Computing and Medical Informatics, Conventional Imaging Process, Digital Imaging Process, General Pharmacology, General Physics, Healthcare Management, Human Radiation Biology, ICT Application, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Oncology, Professional Ethics and Patient Care, Radiation Physics, Radiation Safety, Radiographic Anatomy and Critique, Radiographic Instrumentation, Radiographic Tech, Radionuclide Imaging, Radiotherapy Treatment Planning, Sectional Anatomy, Ultrasound

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may work as a radiographer or radiotherapist in the government or private hospitals. Besides, students may engage in the research and development of medical equipment and radiotherapy in laboratories or research institutions.

Medical Studies - Environmental & Occupational Health

Introduction

Environmental and occupational health deals with the impact of environmental change on human health. Other than the environmental factor, students also study about the influence of the workplace towards an individual. For instance, the machinery noise hazard, employee safety measures, hygiene level and the production process may endanger employees’ physiology and psychology health. Furthermore, students also learn to operate measuring instruments and devices to identify the safety of the workplace, for example, noise level measurement, accidents and risk assessment, water quality safety and the mining engineering safety. The learning scope of students also enlarged to the prevention, control and improvement of the environmental adverse effects on people.

 

Study Subjects

Anatomy and Physiology, Behavioral Science, Biochemistry for Environmental Health, Built Environment, Housing & Technology, Chemistry for Environmental Health, Diseases Related to Env. & Occupational Health, Environmental & Occ. Emergency Response Management, Environmental & Occ. Health Legislation & Legal Procedures, Environmental & Occupational Monitoring & Surveillance, Environmental & Occupational Toxicology, Environmental Health Risk Assessment, Epidemiology In Environmental & Occupational Health, Ethics and Laws for Health Science Professional, First Aid & Basic Life Support, Food Safety, Health Promotion and Education, Industrial Ergonomic, Industrial Hygiene, Integrated Pest and Vector Management, Integrated Solid Waste Management, Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety, Introduction to Soil and Hydrogeology, Management and Safety of Toxic Substances, Management of Water Supply & Quality, Microbiology for Environmental Health, Occupational Health & Safety, Research Methodology, Statistics in Environmental & Occupational Health, Waste Water Management

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may work as an environmental health administrator who is responsible for dealing with public health and environmental issues, such as assessing the environmental safety of factories, regulating production equipment, supervising food hygiene and monitoring infectious diseases. Students can also consider devoting to the industrial and construction industry to serve as an environmental science consultant to take charge of the employee safety, safety control, waste treatment and environmental assessment.  

Medical Studies - Medicine

Introduction

Medicine is a department that cultivates professional doctors to meet the medical and health needs of society. Engaged in the profession of doctors must have high pressure resistance, sense of responsibility and love, because doctors have a great responsibility, and the health and life of patients are in their hands. In addition, this department requires a lot of learning, and students who choose this department must be fully psychologically prepared to face heavy academic pressure. There are two types of degrees generally taken by medical students, namely MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery) and MD (Doctor of Medicine). The above two degrees have equal academic qualifications, the difference is that MBBS is a degree from the United Kingdom and MD is a degree from the United States.

Medicine is based on treatment, research and prevention of diseases as the main research principles. It can be divided into three categories:

  1. Basic medicine (especially discusses human health, pathogenic principles, treatment methods, pharmacology)
  2. Clinical medicine (disciplinary research on lesions, pathologies, medical and surgical treatment)
  3. Preventive medicine (study on how to prevent diseases)

It classified by medical speciality, it can be generally divided into:

  • Anesthesiology
  • Emergency medicine
  • General practice – family medicine
  • Internal medicine
  • Surgery
  • Pathology
  • Paediatrics
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Preventive medicine
  • Radiology
  • Psychiatry and neurology
  • Nuclear medicine

However, internal medicine and surgery have different areas of specialization:

Majors in internal medicine are:

  • Allergy and immunology: Studies and diagnoses immune system disorders, including allergies, immunodeficiency and other immune disorders
  • Cardiology: Specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular diseases
  • Dermatology: Specializes in dealing with various skin problems and conditions
  • Endocrinology: Specializes in the study of glandular and other hormone secretory structures
  • Gastroenterology: Diagnoses and treats diseases related to the digestive system, liver and pancreas function
  • Geriatrics: Specializes in the study of senior health care for the elderly susceptible to illness
  • Haematology: Studies the blood and blood structure that dominates human health
  • Genetics (medical genetics): Diagnosis and treatment of genetic disease
  • Oncology: Research and treatment of cancer tumours
  • Nephrology: Specializes in the treatment of nephropathy
  • Rheumatology: Specializes in the joint structure of joints and bones

Majors in surgery include:

  • Colon and rectal surgery: Treats the anus, rectum and intestine, including haemorrhoids, benign tumours and colon cancer
  • Obstetrics and gynaecology: Obstetrics and gynaecology deals with women’s pregnancy, while gynaecology specializes in diseases of the female reproductive system
  • Neurological surgery: Surgeon’s palm is a complex operation involving the brain, nerve lines and spinal cord
  • Ophthalmic surgery: The scope of ophthalmic surgery includes correcting vision, performing the medical treatment, and performing eye surgery when necessary
  • Orthopaedic surgery: Includes correcting bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons and other connected tissues, and also covers skeleton deformities, treatment of fractures and other traumas
  • Otolaryngology: Diagnosis and treatment of head and neck problems, such as hearing problems, treatment of sinus (cavity in the skull) inflammation and laryngeal cancer
  • Paediatric surgery: Special operation for children and infants, mainly to correct congenital problems of young children, including the removal of abnormal hyperplasia
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery: Designed to operate on the surface parts of the human body to correct the incomplete or inaccurate body parts
  • Thoracic surgery: Thoracic surgery’s body parts include the heart, lungs, and chest wall
  • Urology: Surgery in charge of urology includes female urethra and male urology

 

Study Subjects

Theory teaching stage:

Biochemistry, Physiology, Anatomy, Radiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Parasitology, Anesthesiology

Clinical teaching stage:

Bed learning, Patrolling wards, Contacting patients with experienced doctors in the ward, Diagnosing the condition, Internal medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and gynaecology, Anesthesiology



Career Opportunities

Graduates must first apply for temporary registration with the Malaysian Medical Council. After two years of internship, they will be officially recognized as a qualified doctor by the Malaysia Medical Council (MMC). After that, they have to serve in government hospitals for three years. In addition, all graduates who are interested in continuing their studies can also choose to study in a speciality to become a specialist or specialize in a master’s degree or doctorate to teach at a university.

Medical Studies - Traditional Chinese Medicine

Introduction

Traditional Chinese Medicine studies based on Chinese medical practice that includes various forms such as herbal medicine, cupping therapy, gua sha, massage (tui na), acupuncture, bonesetter (die-da), exercise (qigong), and dietary therapy. 

 

Study Subjects

History of Chinese Medicine, Ancient Medical Prose, Fundamental Theories of Chinese Medicine, The Inner Classic of the Yellow Emperor, Chinese Medicine Diagnostics, Traditional Chinese Pharmacology,  Dosimetry, Science of Seasonal Febrile Disease, Traditional Chinese Internal Medicine, Surgery of Traditional Chinese Medicine, TCM Gynecology, TCM Pediatrics, Acupuncture, TCM Orthopedics, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Diagnostics.

 

Career Opportunities

  • Chinese Medicine Practitioner
  • Acupuncturist
  • Chinese Medicine Herbalist
  • Wellness Therapist
  • Chinese Medicine Researcher
  • Chinese Medicine Educator

Medical Studies - Veterinary

Introduction

Veterinary is a course which served as a doctor for animals. Veterinarians tend to be lovely and caring to pets, wild animals. They will need to collect feces, blood, urine and so on in order to do medical examination. Vaccine injection, surgery and medical treatment for animals also responsibilities by veterinarian. Besides, veterinarian also learn about knowledge for animal food.

 

Study Subjects

Biology, Animal Medicine, Animal Surgery, Animal diseases, Microbiology, Farm Management, Cytological, Genetics, Vaccination

 

Career Opportunities

After done veterinary degree (5-6 years), graduates will need to apply license from (Majlis Veterinari Malaysia) to become a Qualified Veterinarian. Graduates able to work in Animal Farm, Veterinary Clinic, Pet Shop and Animal Food Manufacturing Company. In Malaysia, only UPM and Universiti Malaysia Kelantan available. Students may choose to go overseas (However, it is advisory to check with Majlis Veterinari Malaysia on the recognition),

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  • Biomedical Science
  • Dentistry
  • Diagnostic Radiography & Radiation Therapy
  • Environmental & Occupational Health
  • Medicine
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Veterinary

Medical Studies - Biomedical Sciences

Introduction

Biomedical science is a multi-disciplinary programme that applies biological technologies on top of research and treatment. This course plays an essential role in the treatment process since the condition of patients need to be analysed by the biomedical expertise, to customize effective medical treatment for them. Consequently, students have to authenticate the cause of disease assisted by medical equipment after collecting patients’ tears, tissues, blood, faces and urine samples. Students will also use computers, microscopes and other high-tech laboratories facilities. In addition, students ought to take part in the research projects such as the terminal diseases and mutation of cells.

 

Study Subjects

Advanced Pharmacology, Applications of Bioinformatics, Applied Nutrition, Basic Anatomy with Histology and Hematology, Basic Pharmacology and Toxicology with Health Informatics, Clinical Chemistry, Clinical Genetics, Community Nutrition, Epidemiology and Public Health, Human Pathology, Human Physiology, Immunology, Instrumentation in Medical Diagnostic, Laboratory Science and Blood Banking, Medical Microbiology, Medical Parasitology, Microbiology, Nutritional Biochemistry, Principles of Biochemistry

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can carry out pharmaceutical inspection and research in laboratories, medical centres, the government of private hospitals. Students can also choose to work as medical products consultant or salesman, laboratory administrator or a consultant of patients in an insurance company. It is worth noticing that a graduate in biomedical science is not a doctor, which is not allowed to carry out surgery or provide medication.

Medical Studies - Dentistry

Introduction

Dentistry is a branch of medical studies which focuses on the health of teeth, oral hard tissue and the oral soft tissues. Students in dentistry will not only learn the procedures of oral checkups but also study restorations, scaling and extraction for teeth. Furthermore, students will be exposed to some of the technologies that are integrated with the beauty industry for examples, implantation, orthodontics and tooth bleaching.

In this profession, most of the dentist chose general outpatient care, but some dentists will continue pursuing their studies to specialization. The specialization in dentistry includes

  1. Endodontics
  2. Oral Pathology
  3. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  4. Orthodontics
  5. Pediatric Dentistry
  6. Periodontics
  7. Prosthodontics

 

Study Subjects

Biochemistry, Dental anatomy and histology, Dental materials, Endodontics, General medicine, General physiology, General surgery, Histology, Human anatomy, Microbiology, Oral maxillofacial surgery, Oral medicine and radiology, Oral Pathology, Orthodontics, Pedodontics, Periodontics, Pharmacology, Pre-clinical conservative dentistry, Prosthodontics, Public health dentistry

 

Career Opportunities

The graduates need to register with the Malaysian Dental Council to work in government hospitals for three years, then is given choice to continue serving in the hospitals or change to private hospitals. Other than that, graduates may establish their dentist or work in dental care company, for examples, Oral B and Colgate to work as a consultant.

Medical Studies - Diagnostic Radiography & Radiation Therapy

Introduction

Diagnostic radiography and radiation therapy focus on cultivating medical personnel major in diagnostic imaging and radiotherapy. These two disciplinary is different from each other and the only University of Malaya put them together among the public universities in our country. Diagnostic radiography deals with the medical equipment, for instance, X-Ray machine, computed tomography scan, ultrasound, angiography, MRI – Agnetic resonance imaging and radionuclide to obtain human body data, especially the tissues that we could not see by narrow eyes, such as bones and organs for diagnosis of diseases. Meanwhile, radiation therapy makes use of radiation, X-Ray, Gamma-ray and electron beam to treat a cancer patient. Therefore, this disciplinary does not involve the operations of medical instruments, what they learnt is all about scientific radiotherapy with ionization and non-ionization to diagnose and treat the patients.

 

Study Subjects

Anatomy & Physiology, Basic Pathology, Behavioral Science Systemic Pathology, Biostatistics and Research Methodology, Brachytherapy, Computing and Medical Informatics, Conventional Imaging Process, Digital Imaging Process, General Pharmacology, General Physics, Healthcare Management, Human Radiation Biology, ICT Application, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Oncology, Professional Ethics and Patient Care, Radiation Physics, Radiation Safety, Radiographic Anatomy and Critique, Radiographic Instrumentation, Radiographic Tech, Radionuclide Imaging, Radiotherapy Treatment Planning, Sectional Anatomy, Ultrasound

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may work as a radiographer or radiotherapist in the government or private hospitals. Besides, students may engage in the research and development of medical equipment and radiotherapy in laboratories or research institutions.

Medical Studies - Environmental & Occupational Health

Introduction

Environmental and occupational health deals with the impact of environmental change on human health. Other than the environmental factor, students also study about the influence of the workplace towards an individual. For instance, the machinery noise hazard, employee safety measures, hygiene level and the production process may endanger employees’ physiology and psychology health. Furthermore, students also learn to operate measuring instruments and devices to identify the safety of the workplace, for example, noise level measurement, accidents and risk assessment, water quality safety and the mining engineering safety. The learning scope of students also enlarged to the prevention, control and improvement of the environmental adverse effects on people.

 

Study Subjects

Anatomy and Physiology, Behavioral Science, Biochemistry for Environmental Health, Built Environment, Housing & Technology, Chemistry for Environmental Health, Diseases Related to Env. & Occupational Health, Environmental & Occ. Emergency Response Management, Environmental & Occ. Health Legislation & Legal Procedures, Environmental & Occupational Monitoring & Surveillance, Environmental & Occupational Toxicology, Environmental Health Risk Assessment, Epidemiology In Environmental & Occupational Health, Ethics and Laws for Health Science Professional, First Aid & Basic Life Support, Food Safety, Health Promotion and Education, Industrial Ergonomic, Industrial Hygiene, Integrated Pest and Vector Management, Integrated Solid Waste Management, Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety, Introduction to Soil and Hydrogeology, Management and Safety of Toxic Substances, Management of Water Supply & Quality, Microbiology for Environmental Health, Occupational Health & Safety, Research Methodology, Statistics in Environmental & Occupational Health, Waste Water Management

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates may work as an environmental health administrator who is responsible for dealing with public health and environmental issues, such as assessing the environmental safety of factories, regulating production equipment, supervising food hygiene and monitoring infectious diseases. Students can also consider devoting to the industrial and construction industry to serve as an environmental science consultant to take charge of the employee safety, safety control, waste treatment and environmental assessment.  

Medical Studies - Medicine

Introduction

Medicine is a department that cultivates professional doctors to meet the medical and health needs of society. Engaged in the profession of doctors must have high pressure resistance, sense of responsibility and love, because doctors have a great responsibility, and the health and life of patients are in their hands. In addition, this department requires a lot of learning, and students who choose this department must be fully psychologically prepared to face heavy academic pressure. There are two types of degrees generally taken by medical students, namely MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery) and MD (Doctor of Medicine). The above two degrees have equal academic qualifications, the difference is that MBBS is a degree from the United Kingdom and MD is a degree from the United States.

Medicine is based on treatment, research and prevention of diseases as the main research principles. It can be divided into three categories:

  1. Basic medicine (especially discusses human health, pathogenic principles, treatment methods, pharmacology)
  2. Clinical medicine (disciplinary research on lesions, pathologies, medical and surgical treatment)
  3. Preventive medicine (study on how to prevent diseases)

It classified by medical speciality, it can be generally divided into:

  • Anesthesiology
  • Emergency medicine
  • General practice – family medicine
  • Internal medicine
  • Surgery
  • Pathology
  • Paediatrics
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Preventive medicine
  • Radiology
  • Psychiatry and neurology
  • Nuclear medicine

However, internal medicine and surgery have different areas of specialization:

Majors in internal medicine are:

  • Allergy and immunology: Studies and diagnoses immune system disorders, including allergies, immunodeficiency and other immune disorders
  • Cardiology: Specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular diseases
  • Dermatology: Specializes in dealing with various skin problems and conditions
  • Endocrinology: Specializes in the study of glandular and other hormone secretory structures
  • Gastroenterology: Diagnoses and treats diseases related to the digestive system, liver and pancreas function
  • Geriatrics: Specializes in the study of senior health care for the elderly susceptible to illness
  • Haematology: Studies the blood and blood structure that dominates human health
  • Genetics (medical genetics): Diagnosis and treatment of genetic disease
  • Oncology: Research and treatment of cancer tumours
  • Nephrology: Specializes in the treatment of nephropathy
  • Rheumatology: Specializes in the joint structure of joints and bones

Majors in surgery include:

  • Colon and rectal surgery: Treats the anus, rectum and intestine, including haemorrhoids, benign tumours and colon cancer
  • Obstetrics and gynaecology: Obstetrics and gynaecology deals with women’s pregnancy, while gynaecology specializes in diseases of the female reproductive system
  • Neurological surgery: Surgeon’s palm is a complex operation involving the brain, nerve lines and spinal cord
  • Ophthalmic surgery: The scope of ophthalmic surgery includes correcting vision, performing the medical treatment, and performing eye surgery when necessary
  • Orthopaedic surgery: Includes correcting bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons and other connected tissues, and also covers skeleton deformities, treatment of fractures and other traumas
  • Otolaryngology: Diagnosis and treatment of head and neck problems, such as hearing problems, treatment of sinus (cavity in the skull) inflammation and laryngeal cancer
  • Paediatric surgery: Special operation for children and infants, mainly to correct congenital problems of young children, including the removal of abnormal hyperplasia
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery: Designed to operate on the surface parts of the human body to correct the incomplete or inaccurate body parts
  • Thoracic surgery: Thoracic surgery’s body parts include the heart, lungs, and chest wall
  • Urology: Surgery in charge of urology includes female urethra and male urology

 

Study Subjects

Theory teaching stage:

Biochemistry, Physiology, Anatomy, Radiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Parasitology, Anesthesiology

Clinical teaching stage:

Bed learning, Patrolling wards, Contacting patients with experienced doctors in the ward, Diagnosing the condition, Internal medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and gynaecology, Anesthesiology



Career Opportunities

Graduates must first apply for temporary registration with the Malaysian Medical Council. After two years of internship, they will be officially recognized as a qualified doctor by the Malaysia Medical Council (MMC). After that, they have to serve in government hospitals for three years. In addition, all graduates who are interested in continuing their studies can also choose to study in a speciality to become a specialist or specialize in a master’s degree or doctorate to teach at a university.

Medical Studies - Traditional Chinese Medicine

Introduction

Traditional Chinese Medicine studies based on Chinese medical practice that includes various forms such as herbal medicine, cupping therapy, gua sha, massage (tui na), acupuncture, bonesetter (die-da), exercise (qigong), and dietary therapy. 

 

Study Subjects

History of Chinese Medicine, Ancient Medical Prose, Fundamental Theories of Chinese Medicine, The Inner Classic of the Yellow Emperor, Chinese Medicine Diagnostics, Traditional Chinese Pharmacology,  Dosimetry, Science of Seasonal Febrile Disease, Traditional Chinese Internal Medicine, Surgery of Traditional Chinese Medicine, TCM Gynecology, TCM Pediatrics, Acupuncture, TCM Orthopedics, Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Diagnostics.

 

Career Opportunities

  • Chinese Medicine Practitioner
  • Acupuncturist
  • Chinese Medicine Herbalist
  • Wellness Therapist
  • Chinese Medicine Researcher
  • Chinese Medicine Educator

Medical Studies - Veterinary

Introduction

Veterinary is a course which served as a doctor for animals. Veterinarians tend to be lovely and caring to pets, wild animals. They will need to collect feces, blood, urine and so on in order to do medical examination. Vaccine injection, surgery and medical treatment for animals also responsibilities by veterinarian. Besides, veterinarian also learn about knowledge for animal food.

 

Study Subjects

Biology, Animal Medicine, Animal Surgery, Animal diseases, Microbiology, Farm Management, Cytological, Genetics, Vaccination

 

Career Opportunities

After done veterinary degree (5-6 years), graduates will need to apply license from (Majlis Veterinari Malaysia) to become a Qualified Veterinarian. Graduates able to work in Animal Farm, Veterinary Clinic, Pet Shop and Animal Food Manufacturing Company. In Malaysia, only UPM and Universiti Malaysia Kelantan available. Students may choose to go overseas (However, it is advisory to check with Majlis Veterinari Malaysia on the recognition),

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