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1 107 is emerging as one of the UAE s largest growth areas. Student learning takes place in classrooms, laboratories, clinics, and hospital settings where training covers the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviours expected of a modern health science professional. The HCT programmes and courses are designed to meet the highest academic and industry standards and as a result our graduates are highly sought after by employers. graduates can expect to work in a number of different areas including hospitals, government, laboratories, education, and a large range of private and semi-private healthrelated organisations.

2 108 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor of Applied Science in Emergency Medical Services The Bachelor of Applied Science in Emergency Medical Services is a four-year post-foundations programme that combines general studies with comprehensive paramedic instruction. The programme is run in partnership with local government agencies in the United Arab Emirates and seeks to train candidates to manage and lead in pre-hospital care settings. Over the four years, the students will be trained in basic, intermediate and advanced life support skills. This knowledge and the skills will be complemented by courses that encourage students to be leaders in the field through research, education and management. The course involves classroom and skills laboratory work, as well as work based experience through preceptors both pre-hospital and in-hospital. As a sponsored programme, graduates will enter into a contract that ensures them employment in the Emergency Medical Services. They can go on to be operations experts, supervisors or managers in the field of Emergency Medical Care and other allied health sciences. The Higher Colleges of Technology seeks to provide our learners with the opportunities to develop, enhance and advance in the emergency care profession. * CLICK HERE or go to page 129 to view the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for this Programme and/or Major Emergency Medical Services Core Courses Required Credits: 71 HEM 2106 EMT Basic (I) 6 HEM 2207 EMT Basic (II) 7 HEM 204 EMT Advanced (I) 4 HEM 2404 EMT Advanced (II) 4 HEM 208 EMT Advanced (III) 8 HEM 108 EMT Paramedic (I) 8 HEM 208 EMT Paramedic (II) 8 HEM 400 Advanced Pharmacology HEM 410 Emergency Medical Services Management HEM 420 Evidence Based Medicine and Research Analysis HEM 40 Advanced Clinical Practice HEM 4478 International Trip Option for Paramedics 8 HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II HSC 180 Medical Terminology for Emergency Medical Services Preceptorship Courses Required Credits: 22 HEM 2902 Ambulance Preceptorship I HEM 2922 Ambulance Preceptorship II HEM 902 Hospital Ambulance Preceptorship I HEM 922 Hospital Ambulance Preceptorship II HEM 944 Summer Preceptorship HEM 4944 International Preceptorship Emergency Medical Services Elective See Programme Chair for available courses. Required Credits: 8 HEM 4418 Advanced Clinical Supervision 8 General Studies Required Credits: 0 English, Arabic or other Languages 1 Humanities or Art Information Technology or Mathematics The Natural Sciences (HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I) The Social or Behavioural Sciences 6 Total Required Credits 11 Minimum Duration of Study 4 Maximum Duration of Study 6 Programme Code HEMAB Cost Recovery Programme Yes Major Code HEM

3 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 109 Ideal Semester Plan Emergency Medical Services Year 1 Semester 1 Required Credits: 18 HEM 2106 EMT Basic (I) 6 HSC 180 Medical Terminology for HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I LSC 110 Academic Reading and Writing I LSS 100 Life and Study Skills Year 1 Semester 2 Required Credits: 16 AES 101 Arabic Communications I HEM 2207 EMT Basic (II) 7 HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II LSM 111 Statistical Mathematics Year 2 Semester AES 00 Professional Arabic HEM 204 EMT Advanced (I) 4 HEM 2404 EMT Advanced (II) 4 HEM 2902 Ambulance Preceptorship I LSC 210 Academic Reading and Writing II Year 2 Semester 4 Required Credits: 19 AES 100 Emirati Studies HEM 208 EMT Advanced (III) 8 HEM 2922 Ambulance Preceptorship II HEM 944 Summer Preceptorship Year Semester HEM 108 EMT Paramedic (I) 8 HEM 902 Hospital Ambulance Preceptorship I LSC 218 English for Specific Purposes LSS 112 Basic Methods of Scientific Research and Development Year Semester 6 Required Credits: 16 HEM 208 EMT Paramedic (II) 8 HEM 922 Hospital Ambulance Preceptorship II HEM 4944 International Preceptorship Year 4 Semester 7 Required Credits: 12 HEM 400 Advanced Pharmacology HEM 410 Emergency Medical Services Management HEM 420 Evidence Based Medicine and Research Analysis HEM 40 Advanced Clinical Practice Year 4 Semester 8 Required Credits: 16 HEM 4478 International Trip Option for Paramedics 8 Emergency Medical Services Elective Course 8

4 110 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management programme is a four-year post-foundations programme preparing graduates for health information management professional practice. In the first two programme years students develop an extensive knowledge of health care coding and introductory management studies. The final two years of the programme develop students skills in health informatics, research, quality, advanced data management, leadership and health data analysis. The programme promotes the development of analytical thinking, problem-solving abilities, communication skills, professional ethics, social responsibility, professional citizenship, the ability to adapt to change and respond to challenges in health information management, and a commitment to lifelong learning. * CLICK HERE or go to page 10 to view the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for this Programme and/or Major Health Information Management Core Courses Required Credits: 7 HIM 120 Health Information Coding I (Introduction) HIM 200 Health Information Coding II (Intermediate) HIM 210 Applied Pathophysiology for Health Information Management HIM 220 Health Information Management Studies HIM 20 Health Information Coding III (Advanced) HIM 240 Introduction to Management in Healthcare HIM 00 Biostatistics HIM 10 Health Informatics I HIM 20 Health Informatics II HIM 0 Epidemiology HIM 400 Intermediate Management in Health Care HIM 410 Health Data Analysis HIM 420 Research Methods in Health Care HIM 40 Health Care Economics and Health Insurance HIM 440 Advanced Management in Health Care HSC 100 Introduction to Healthcare Systems HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II HSC 180 Medical Terminology for HSC 220 Psychology Health Information Field Courses Required Credits: 18 HIM 290 Health Information Management Hospital Preceptorship 4 HIM 292 Coding Practicum 4 HIM 902 Work Experience for Health Information Management HIM 4924 Professional Experience Information Technology Core Courses CIA 10 Database Design and Administration CIA 420 Enterprise Database Applications CIS 10 Data and Information Management CIS 140 Fundamentals of Programming CIS 10 Project Management General Studies Required Credits: 0 English, Arabic or other Languages 1 Humanities or Art Information Technology or Mathematics The Natural Sciences (HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I) The Social or Behavioural Sciences 6 Total Required Credits 120 Minimum Duration of Study 4 Maximum Duration of Study 6 Programme Code HIMAB Cost Recovery Programme No Major Code HIM

5 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 111 Ideal Semester Plan Health Information Management Year 1 Semester 1 HSC 100 Introduction to Healthcare Systems HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I HSC 180 Medical Terminology for LSC 110 Academic Reading and Writing I LSS 100 Life and Study Skills Year 2 Semester Required Credits: 16 HIM 200 Health Information Coding II (Intermediate) HIM 210 Applied Pathophysiology for Health Information Management HIM 220 Health Information Management Studies HIM 290 Health Information Management Hospital Preceptorship 4 LSC 210 Academic Reading and Writing II Year Semester AES 00 Professional Arabic CIA 10 Database Design and Administration HIM 00 Biostatistics HIM 10 Health Informatics I HSC 220 Psychology Year 1 Semester 2 AES 100 Emirati Studies CIS 10 Data and Information Management HIM 120 Health Information Coding I (Introduction) HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II LSS 112 Basic Methods of Scientific Research and Development Year 2 Semester 4 Required Credits: 19 AES 101 Arabic Communications I CIS 140 Fundamentals of Programming HIM 20 Health Information Coding III (Advanced) HIM 240 Introduction to Management in Healthcare HIM 292 Coding Practicum 4 LSM 111 Statistical Mathematics Year Semester 6 Required Credits: 14 HIM 20 Health Informatics II HIM 0 Epidemiology HIM 902 Work Experience for Health Information Management LSC 218 English for Specific Purposes Year 4 Semester 7 Required Credits: 12 CIS 10 Project Management HIM 400 Intermediate Management in Health Care HIM 410 Health Data Analysis HIM 420 Research Methods in Health Care Year 4 Semester 8 Required Credits: 14 CIA 420 Enterprise Database Applications HIM 40 Health Care Economics and Health Insurance HIM 440 Advanced Management in Health Care HIM 4924 Professional Experience

6 112 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging The Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging programme is a four-year post-foundations curriculum of undergraduate study to prepare graduates for entry into the UAE health care industry as diagnostic radiographers. Students will study a wide range of subjects to include biological sciences, radiographic anatomy and pathology, X-ray positioning and procedures, patient care and medical imaging technology. In addition, students will study the core elements of specialist medical imaging modalities such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mammography and ultrasound (US). The programme places a strong emphasis on linking classroom theory and laboratory simulation with supervised clinical practice in local hospitals and clinics. Employment opportunities for graduates are varied and exciting, ranging from X-ray in Primary Health Care Clinics to Diagnostic Imaging in specialised hospital Radiology Departments. Graduate employment rates are high as there is a continual demand for radiographers throughout the UAE. * CLICK HERE or go to page 10 to view the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for this Programme and/or Major Medical Imaging Core Courses Required Credits: 8 HMI 110 Introduction to Medical Imaging HMI 2001 Patient Care I 1 HMI 2002 Medical Imaging Technology I HMI 2102 Medical Imaging Technology II HMI 20 Medical Imaging Positioning and Procedures I HMI 240 Medical Imaging Anatomy and Pathology I HMI 20 Medical Imaging Positioning and Procedures II HMI 260 Medical Imaging Anatomy and Pathology II HMI 001 Patient Care II 1 HMI 002 Medical Imaging Technology III HMI 102 Medical Imaging and Positioning III HMI 202 Specialised Imaging I 2 HMI 212 Radiation Safety and Biology 2 HMI 12 Cross-Sectional Anatomy 2 HMI 4002 Specialised Imaging II 2 HMI 400 Quality Management in Medical Imaging HMI 4102 Specialised Imaging Elective HMI 410 Research Project I HMI 420 Professional Practice HMI 40 Research Project II HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II HSC 180 Medical Terminology for Preceptorship Courses Required Credits: HMI 2904 Clinical Preceptorship I HMI 922 Clinical Preceptorship II HMI 94 Clinical Preceptorship III HMI 944 Clinical Preceptorship IV 9 HMI 492 Clinical Preceptorship V 9 General Studies Required Credits: 0 English, Arabic or other Languages 1 Humanities or Art Information Technology or Mathematics The Natural Sciences (HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I) The Social or Behavioural Sciences 6 Total Required Credits 121 Minimum Duration of Study 4 Maximum Duration of Study 6 Programme Code HMIAB Cost Recovery Programme No Major Code HMI

7 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 11 Ideal Semester Plan Medical Imaging Year 1 Semester 1 AES 101 Arabic Communications I HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I HSC 180 Medical Terminology for LSM 111 Statistical Mathematics LSS 100 Life and Study Skills Year 1 Semester 2 Required Credits: 12 AES 100 Emirati Studies HMI 110 Introduction to Medical Imaging HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II LSC 110 Academic Reading and Writing I Year 2 Semester Required Credits: 1 HMI 2001 Patient Care I 1 HMI 2002 Medical Imaging Technology I HMI 20 Medical Imaging Positioning and Procedures I HMI 240 Medical Imaging Anatomy and Pathology I LSC 210 Academic Reading and Writing II Year Semester AES 00 Professional Arabic HMI 002 Medical Imaging Technology III HMI 102 Medical Imaging Positioning and Procedures III HMI 001 Patient Care II 1 HMI 922 Clinical Preceptorship II (2 days per week) Year 2 Semester 4 Required Credits: 14 HMI 2102 Medical Imaging Technology II HMI 20 Medical Imaging Positioning and Procedures II HMI 260 Medical Imaging Anatomy and Pathology II HMI 2904 Clinical Preceptorship I (2 days per week) Year Semester 6 HMI 202 Specialized Imaging 1 2 HMI 212 Radiation Safety and Biology 2 HMI 12 Cross Sectional Anatomy 2 HMI 94 Clinical Preceptorship III (2 days per week) LSC 218 English for Specific Purposes LSS 112 Basic Methods of Scientific Research and Development Year 4 Semester 7 HMI 4002 Specialized Imaging II 2 HMI 400 Quality Management in Medical Imaging HMI 410 Research Project I HMI 944 Clinical Preceptorship IV ( days per week) 9 Year 4 Semester 8 Required Credits: 18 HMI 4102 Specialized Imaging Elective HMI 420 Professional Practice HMI 40 Capstone Research Project HMI 492 Clinical Preceptorship V (days per week) 9

8 114 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science The Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science is a four-year post-foundations professional programme. Graduates are trained biomedical scientists who possess a broad range of knowledge in medical laboratory diagnostics with the ability to work proficiently and are culturally competent to deliver care to a wide range of clients/patients. The four years of undergraduate study integrates biomedical science theory, laboratory skills and supervised professional practice in a variety of clinical settings. Medical laboratory technologists are specialised in the area of clinical diagnostics, producing accurate results required by physicians and health care team members for treatment and management of patients and clients. Graduates possess professional knowledge in the areas of haematology, immunology, transfusion sciences, clinical chemistry, microbiology, molecular and cellular pathology, with the potential to specialise and advance their skills in specialist areas. These skills can be easily transferred to work competently in public health labs, municipality and forensic labs and in the biotechnology industry. Graduates who are successful in their programme are recognised internationally by the Institute of BioMedical Scientists (IBMS) in the United Kingdom, which provides access to society activities and programme recognition for those students who wish to advance their education into graduate studies. * CLICK HERE or go to page 10 to view the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for this Programme and/or Major Medical Laboratory Science Core Courses Required Credits:70 HML 100 Haematology I HML 110 Microbiology I HML 120 Clinical Chemistry I HML 102 Basic Laboratory Skills 2 HML 200 Haematology II HML 202 Haematology III HML 210 Microbiology II HML 212 Microbiology III HML 220 Clinical Chemistry II HML 222 Clinical Chemistry III HML 202 Transfusion Science I 2 HML 242 Transfusion Science II 2 HML 006 Clinical Correlations 6 HML 022 Introduction to Basic Health Research 2 HML 102 Cell Pathology I 2 HML 122 Cell Pathology II 2 HML 02 Immunology 2 HML 400 Biology of Diseases HML 4004 Laboratory Management 4 HML 400 Laboratory Methodologies HML 4102 Cell Pathology III 2 HML 40 Techniques in Molecular Biology HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II HSC 180 Medical Terminology for Clinical Field Courses Required Credits: 24 HML 91 Clinical Placement I 4 HML 92 Clinical Placement II 12 HML 496 Capstone Project for Medical Laboratory Science 8 General Studies Required Credits: 0 English, Arabic or other Languages 1 Humanities or Art Information Technology or Mathematics The Natural Sciences (HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I) The Social or Behavioural Sciences 6 Total Required Credits 124 Minimum Duration of Study 4 Maximum Duration of Study 6 Programme Code HMLAB Cost Recovery Programme No Major Code HML

9 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 11 Ideal Semester Plan Medical Laboratory Science Year 1 Semester 1 Required Credits: 14 AES 100 Emirati Studies HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I HML 102 Basic Laboratory Skills 2 HSC 180 Medical Terminology for LSC 110 Academic Reading and Writing I Year 1 Semester 2 HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II HML 100 Haematology I HML 110 Microbiology I HML 120 Clinical Chemistry I LSC 210 Academic Reading and Writing II Year 2 Semester Required Credits: 14 AES 101 Arabic Communications I HML 200 Haematology II HML 210 Microbiology II HML 220 Clinical Chemistry II HML 202 Transfusion Science I 2 Year Semester AES 00 Professional Arabic HML 006 Clinical Correlations 6 HML 102 Cell Pathology I 2 HML 02 Immunology 2 HML 91 Clinical Placement I 4 Year 2 Semester 4 HML 202 Haematology III HML 212 Microbiology III HML 222 Clinical Chemistry III HML 242 Transfusion Science II 2 LSS 100 Life and Study Skills LSS 112 Basic Methods of Scientific Research and Development Year Semester 6 Required Credits: 20 HML 122 Cell Pathology II 2 HML 92 Clinical Placement II 12 LSC 218 English for Specific Purposes LSM 111 Statistical Mathematics Year 4 Semester 7 HML 022 Introduction to Basic Health Research 2 HML 400 Biology of Diseases HML 400 Laboratory Methodologies HML 4102 Cell Pathology III 2 Year 4 Semester 8 HML 4004 Laboratory Management 4 HML 40 Techniques in Molecular Biology HML 496 Capstone Project for Medical Laboratory Science 8

10 116 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor of Science in Nursing The Bachelor of Nursing programme is a four-year post-foundations programme preparing graduates for professional nursing practice. Graduates are educated to provide evidence-based nursing care with a patientcentred focus. The programme stresses knowledge of the biological, social and clinical sciences that underlie nursing practice including health promotion, prevention and restorative care. Students undertake both theory and clinical education in the areas of medical surgical, pediatric (children), maternal child, mental health and community nursing. Students undertake studies in evidence-based practice, research, and scholarship as well as an understanding of global health trends and health policy development. The programme promotes the development of analytical thinking, problem-solving abilities, communication skills, professional ethics, social responsibility, professional citizenship, the ability to adapt to change and respond to challenges in nursing and a commitment to lifelong learning. * CLICK HERE or go to page 11 to view the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for this Programme and/or Major Nursing Core Courses Required Credits: HNR 1012 Introduction to Nursing Profession 2 HNR 1102 Medical Terminology for Nurses 2 HNR 110 Nursing for Chronic Health Challenges HNR 1602 Clinical Pharmacology 2 HNR 1702 Microbiology for Nursing 2 HNR 200 Nursing for Acute Health Challenges HNR 2012 Clinical Drug Calculation 2 HNR 2202 Health Promotion Skills Across the Lifespan 2 HNR 221 Nursing Care of Family: Maternal, Infant and Child HNR 00 Mental Health Nursing HNR 01 Leadership and Quality Management in Nursing HNR 204 Public Health Nursing 4 HNR 60 Introduction to Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice HNR 400 HNR 4016 Nursing Scholarship and Evidence Based Project I Nursing Care of Clients with Complex Health Challenges HNR 490 Nursing Scholarship and Evidence Based Project II HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II 6 HNR 1004 HNR 192 HNR 290 HNR 2924 Nursing Clinical Courses Required Credits: 42 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Fundamentals4 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Chronic Health Challenges Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Medical Surgical Nursing Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Family, Maternal, Child HNR 294 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Mental Health Nursing 4 HNR 904 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Public Health 4 HNR 916 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Emergency and Critical Care 6 HNR 4910 Transition to Professional Nursing Practice 10 General Studies Required Credits: 0 English, Arabic or other Languages 1 Humanities or Art Information Technology or Mathematics The Natural Sciences (HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I) The Social or Behavioural Sciences 6 4 Total Required Credits 12 Minimum Duration of Study 4 Maximum Duration of Study 6 Programme Code HNRAB Cost Recovery Programme No Major Code HNR

11 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 117 Ideal Semester Plan Science in Nursing Year 1 Semester 1 HNR 1004 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Fundamentals 4 HNR 1012 Introduction to Nursing Profession 2 HNR 1102 Medical Terminology for Nurses 2 HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I LSC 110 Academic Reading and Writing I LSS 100 Life and Study Skills Year 2 Semester Required Credits: 20 AES 100 Emirati Studies HNR 1602 Clinical Pharmacology 2 HNR 200 Nursing for Acute Health Challenges HNR 2012 Clinical Drug Calculation 2 HNR 290 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Medical Surgical Nursing LSC 210 Academic Reading and Writing II Year Semester Required Credits: 1 AES 00 Professional Arabic HNR 294 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Mental Health Nursing 4 HNR 00 Mental Health Nursing HNR 01 Leadership and Quality Management in Nursing Year 1 Semester 2 Required Credits: 16 HNR 110 Nursing for Chronic Health Challenges HNR 1702 Microbiology for Nursing 2 HNR 192 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Chronic Health Challenges HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II LSS 112 Basic Methods of Scientific Research and Development Year 2 Semester 4 AES 101 Arabic Communications I HNR 2202 Health Promotion Skills Across the Lifespan 2 HNR 221 Nursing Care of Family: Maternal, Infant and Child HNR 2924 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Family, Maternal, Child 4 LSM 111 Statistical Mathematics Year Semester 6 Required Credits: 14 NR 204 Public Health Nursing 4 HNR 60 Introduction to Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice HNR 904 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Public Health 4 LSC 218 English for Specific Purposes Year 4 Semester 7 Year 4 Semester 8 Required Credits: 1 NR 916 Integrated Nursing Therapeutics - Emergency and Critical Care 6 HNR 490 Nursing Scholarship and Evidence Based Project II HNR 400 Nursing Scholarship and Evidence Based Project I HNR 4910 Transition to Professional Nursing Practice 10 HNR 4016 Nursing Care of Clients with Complex Health Challenges 6

12 118 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor in Pharmacy The Bachelor of Pharmacy programme is a four-year post-foundations programme preparing graduates as Pharmacists for professional practice in different areas of Pharmacy. Graduates are educated to provide quality pharmaceutical care with a patient-centred focus. The programme stresses knowledge of the biological, chemical, pharmaceutical, clinical and social sciences that underpins pharmacy; an understanding of the relevance of that knowledge to patient care and pharmaceutical problem-solving and the skills to apply that knowledge to specific pharmaceutical care circumstances. The programme provides students with a firm foundation for lifelong learning by promoting the development of analytical thinking, problem-solving abilities, communication skills, technical skills, intellectual leadership potential and a commitment to professional ethics, social responsibility, professional citizenship and the ability to adapt to change and respond to challenges in pharmaceutical healthcare delivery. * CLICK HERE or go to page 11 to view the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for this Programme and/or Major Pharmacy Core Courses Required Credits: 69 HPH 1204 Foundation Chemistry for Pharmacy 4 HPH 104 Introduction to Pharmacy 4 HPH 2002 Pharmaceutical Microbiology 2 HPH 2004 Biological Organic Chemistry 4 HPH 210 Immunology HPH 2204 Medicinal Chemistry I 4 HPH 20 Pharmaceutics I HPH 240 Pharmacology HPH 01 Pathophysiology and Therapeutics I HPH 02 Medicinal Chemistry II HPH 0 Pharmaceutics II HPH 10 Pharmaceutics III HPH 12 Pharmaceutical Analysis HPH 16 Pathophysiology and Therapeutics II HPH 400 Bio-Technology HPH 401 Complementary Medicine HPH 402 Clinical Biochemistry and Toxicology HPH 407 Pathophysiology and Therapeutics III HPH 4102 Pharmaceutical Care 2 HPH 4112 Research Project for Pharmacy 2 HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II HSC 180 Medical Terminology for Preceptorship Courses Required Credits: 22 HPH 904 Community Pharmacy Preceptorship I HPH 94 Clinical Pharmacy Preceptorship I HPH 4904 Clinical Pharmacy Preceptorship II HPH 4924 Community Pharmacy Preceptorship II HPH 492 Industrial Pharmacy Preceptorship 2 General Studies Required Credits: 0 English, Arabic or other Languages 1 Humanities or Art Information Technology or Mathematics The Natural Sciences (HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I) The Social or Behavioural Sciences 6 Total Required Credits 121 Minimum Duration of Study 4 Maximum Duration of Study 6 Programme Code HPRAB Cost Recovery Programme No Major Code HPR

13 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 119 Ideal Semester Plan Pharmacy Year 1 Semester 1 AES 101 Arabic Communications I HSC 110 Anatomy & Physiology I HSC 180 Medical Terminology for LSM 111 Statistical Mathematics LSS 100 Life and Study Skills Year 1 Semester 2 Required Credits: 14 HPH 1204 Foundation Chemistry for Pharmacy 4 HPH 104 Introduction to Pharmacy 4 HSC 120 Anatomy & Physiology II LSC 110 Academic Reading and Writing I Year 2 Semester AES 100 Emirati Studies HPH 2002 Pharmaceutical Microbiology 2 HPH 2004 Biological Organic Chemistry 4 HPH 210 Immunology LSC 210 Academic Reading and Writing II Year 2 Semester 4 HPH 2204 Medicinal Chemistry I 4 HPH 20 Pharmaceutics I HPH 240 Pharmacology LSC 218 English for Specific Purposes Year Semester AES 00 Professional Arabic HPH 01 Pathophysiology and Therapeutics I HPH 02 Medicinal Chemistry II HPH 0 Pharmaceutics II HPH 904 Community Pharmacy Preceptorship I Year Semester 6 HPH 10 Pharmaceutics III HPH 12 Pharmaceutical Analysis HPH 16 Pathophysiology and Therapeutics II HPH 94 Clinical Pharmacy Preceptorship I LSS 112 Basic Methods of Scientific Research and Development Year 4 Semester 7 Required Credits: 12 HPH 400 Bio-Technology HPH 401 Complementary Medicine HPH 402 Clinical Biochemistry and Toxicology HPH 407 Pathophysiology and Therapeutics III Year 4 Semester 8 Required Credits: 16 HPH 4102 Pharmaceutical Care 2 HPH 4112 Research Project for Pharmacy 2 HPH 4904 Clinical Pharmacy Preceptorship II HPH 4924 Community Pharmacy Preceptorship II HPH 492 Industrial Pharmacy Preceptorship 2

14 120 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y Bachelor of Social Work The Bachelor of Social Work programme prepares students for professional, generalist social work practice. The four-year programme provides graduates with theoretical and practical skills required to work as a professional social workers. Social workers help individuals, families, groups and communities to resolve problems and improve their social functioning. Social work practice utilises a social justice framework, counselling and advocacy skills and emphasises the importance of working with disadvantaged and marginalised individuals, groups and communities. Social workers address barriers, inequalities and injustices faced by many groups and sub-groups in the community. Social work education includes a knowledge base that examines human behaviour and complex social interactions. The programme incorporates extensive supervised professional fieldwork experience in relevant social work settings. * CLICK HERE or go to page 11 to view the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for this Programme and/or Major Social Work Core Courses Required Credits: 72 HSC 12 Human Growth and Development HSC 220 Psychology HSC 2 Sociology HSW 100 Introduction to Social Work HSW 102 Basic Counselling Skills HSW 10 Social Diversity and Justice HSW 120 Social Work in the UAE HSW 121 Abnormal and Clinical Psychology - Psychopathology HSW 124 Foundation in Case Work HSW 202 Advanced Counselling in Social Work HSW 20 Laws and Ethics in Social Work in the UAE HSW 204 Populations at Risk 1: Family & Children HSW 212 Human Behaviour and the Social Environment HSW 22 Foundation in Group Work HSW 224 Populations at Risk 2 : Aging, Special Needs HSW 0 Advanced Group Work HSW 04 Advanced Case Work HSW 22 Social Work Action and Advocacy HSW 1 Family Systems and Counselling HSW 401 Research Methodologies for Social Work HSW 402 Advanced Community Organisations HSW 421 Capstone Research Project HSW 422 Social Work Administration HSW 42 International Social Work - United Nations and other International Agencies Preceptorship Courses Required Credits: 18 HSW 91 Social Work Practicum I HSW 96 Social Work Practicum II HSW 4916 Social Work Practicum III 6 HSW 4966 Social Work Practicum IV 6 General Studies Required Credits: 0 English, Arabic or other Languages 1 Humanities or Art Information Technology or Mathematics The Natural Sciences The Social or Behavioural Sciences 6 Total Required Credits 120 Minimum Duration of Study 4 Maximum Duration of Study 6 Programme Code HSWAB Cost Recovery Programme No Major Code HSW

15 H I G H E R C O L L E G E S O F T E C H N O L O G Y 121 Ideal Semester Plan Social Work Year 1 Semester 1 HSW 100 Introduction to Social Work HSW 102 Basic Counselling Skills HSW 10 Social Diversity and Justice LSC 110 Academic Reading and Writing I LSS 100 Life and Study Skills Year 1 Semester 2 AES 100 Emirati Studies HSC 220 Psychology HSW 120 Social Work in the UAE HSW 124 Foundation in Case Work LSC 210 Academic Reading and Writing II Year 2 Semester Required Credits: 18 AES 101 Arabic Communications I HSW 121 Abnormal and Clinical Psychology - Psychopathology HSW 212 Human Behaviour and the Social Environment HSW 202 Advanced Counselling in Social Work HSW 20 Laws and Ethics in Social Work in the UAE HSW 204 Populations at Risk 1: Family & Children Year Semester Required Credits: 18 AES 00 Professional Arabic HSW 0 Advanced Group Work HSW 04 Advanced Case Work HSW 91 Social Work Practicum I LSN 210 Early Childhood Health and Wellness LSH 214 Leadership Communication Year 2 Semester 4 HSC 2 Sociology HSW 22 Foundation in Group Work HSW 224 Populations at Risk 2 : Aging, Special Needs LSM 111 Statistical Mathematics LSC 218 English for Specific Purposes Year Semester 6 HSC 12 Human Growth and Development HSW 22 Social Work Action and Advocacy HSW 1 Family Systems and Counselling HSW 96 Social Work Practicum II LSS 112 Basic Methods of Scientific Research and Development Year 4 Semester 7 Required Credits: 12 HSW 401 Research Methodologies for Social Work HSW 402 Advanced Community Organisations HSW 4916 Social Work Practicum III 6 Year 4 Semester 8 HSW 422 Social Work Administration HSW 42 International Social Work - United Nations and other International Agencies HSW 4966 Social Work Practicum IV 6 HSW 421 Capstone Research Project

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