Bachelor in Cardiovascular Technology (Hons)
Offered by: Management and Science University (MSU)
|Management and Science University
|Part Time/Full Time
|Faculty of Health and Life Sciences (FHLS)
|Conducted entirely in Malaysia
|Level of Study
|Bachelor's Degree Level
|Field of Study
|Medical Diagnostic & Treatment Technology
Recognised by Malaysian Society of Cardiovascular Technologist
Cardiovascular technologists deal with the diagnosis and treatment of patients with diseases of the heart (cardiac) or blood vessels (vascular). They perform cardiovascular examination and therapeutic procedures through the use of specific high-technology equipment and at the direction of qualified physicians, to create an easily definable data from which correct anatomic and physiologic diagnosis may be developed for each patient. Cardiovascular technologists play an integral role in the treatment process, applying their judgement, analytical thinking and problem solving skills in the process of obtaining accurate diagnostic information. The undergraduate programme leading up to the award of a Bachelor in Cardiovascular Technology (Hons) from Management and Science University (MSU) has been designed according to the recommendations of the community of cardiovascular technologists via the Malaysian Society of Cardiovascular Technology. With a curriculum designed for current clinical needs, qualified and experienced lecturers from both clinical and academic research backgrounds, knowledge transfer through projects and research based activities, students are well prepared for a career in healthcare.
You need to pass STPM/Matriculation/A-Level/Pre-U with at least 2.50 CGPA in Biology/Physics and Chemistry AND pass SPM with five (5) credits including three (3) from Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology; OR obtain a Diploma (MQF Level 4) in a related field, from a recognized institution and with at least 2.75 CGPA (CGPAs below 2.75 must be accompanied by at least 3 years / 36 months working experience in the same field.
All fees are in RM (Ringgit Malaysia) currency unless stated otherwise.