Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) (Part-time Top-up Programme)

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Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) (Part-time Top-up Programme) 2017-11-15T10:31:51+00:00
Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours)
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Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) (Part-time Top-up Programme)

  • Programme Aims

    To strengthen students' understanding, commitment and awareness of the ethical and societal considerations accounted for in the policies set forth by the policy makers in the health care industry

  • To equip students with abilities in management for the supervision and coordination of health services to meet the needs and development of the health care industry

  • To develop students’ ability to keep abreast of the global development of the health care industry


Class Mode

3-year (7-semesters) part time 


Career Prospect

Graduates of the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) Programme are prepared for academic and career advancement in the healthcare field. The academic qualification equips graduates' essential skills for positions and jobs in the healthcare industry, such as Clinical Research Associate, Regulatory Affairs Executive, Clinical Application Specialist, Medical Representative, Medical Science Liaison Officer, Clinical Service Manager and Medical Affairs Specialist.

Tuition Fee

The tuition fee for the 2017-18 intake of the 3-year Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) [Part-time Top-up Programme] are as follows:

  Local Student
Year 1 $60,750
Year 2 $60,750
Year 3 $13,500







Core Course Language and GE Course
Evidence-Based Clinical Reasoning Ethics and Moral Issues
Health Organization Management and Leadership in Health Care Global Citizenship
Health Policy and Health Economics Professional Communication in Health Care
Infection Control and Epidemiology  
Occupational Safety and Health  
Professional and Ethical Issues in Health Care  
Public Health  
Quality Management in Health Care  
Research Methodology  


Health Sciences Elective* #
Clinical Chemistry Geriatric Pharmacy
Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics Health Assessment
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Health Informatics
Crisis Management Long-term Care Facility Management
Mental Health Pharmacology and Therapeutics: Case-based Approach
Paediatric Pharmacy Toxicological Management


* Students can study up to two General Education elective courses (each
  carries 3 credits) out of the eight elective courses

# The Institute reserves the right to make final decision on offering of elective courses.




Year 1 Entry

  1. Having successfully completed an Associate Degree / Higher Diploma in health discipline that is pitched at Level 4 of the Qualifications Framework; OR
  2. Having obtained an equivalent qualification