MAHSA University’s Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) is a 4-year undergraduate degree programme that prepares students for a career caring for and rehabilitating patients with neurological, respiratory, musculoskeletal or other debilitating conditions through the use of expert techniques to reduce pain, improve movement and restore muscle control to maximise mobility.
Students will immerse themselves in the study of systematic, regional and functional anatomy; physiology; pharmacology; pathology; the foundations of psychology; the foundations of physiotherapy; physiotherapy rehabilitation science; physiotherapy clinical practice; and health science research. They will also learn the use of physical manipulation of the anatomy to regulate muscles and nerves, the many exercises that can be performed for specific needs, and the uses of electrotherapy, ultrasound, acupuncture and hydrotherapy in their rehabilitative efforts.When students have completed this programme, they will be qualified to
- aid and rehabilitate patients with reduced mobility due to muscular, neurological, cardiovascular or respiratory conditions;
- diagnose and assess physiological problems and devise treatment plans to improve patients’ mobility;
- reduce pain and discomfort in patients in their physiotherapeutic efforts; encourage and cheer patients and give them moral support;
- give sound advice to patients and their families and educate them about the improvement of their situations and the prevention of unwelcome conditions;
- promote patient health and wellbeing;
- write reports and maintain records of patients’ treatment and progress
- manage clinical risks.
In other words, MAHSA’s Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons) graduate will be able to perform the demanding tasks expected of a highly qualified physiotherapist.
|1||Functional & Applied Anatomy Of Ms System – Upper Limb||PTFAMS 2113|
|Functional & Applied Anatomy Of Ms System – Lower Limb & Spine||PTFAMS 2114|
|Physiotherapy Skill I: Electrotherapy I||PTPSEL 2112|
|Professional Development I: Physiotherapy As A Profession||PTPD 2112|
|English For Academic Purposes (Compulsory)||ENG 6112|
|U1(Titas)/ U1( Bm Komunikasi 2)||MPU 3123/MPU 3143|
|2||Physiotherapy Skill II: Exercise Therapy & Manual Skills I||PTPSEM 2122|
|Physiotherapy Skill III: Movement And Handling||PTPSMH 2123|
|Applied Anatomy And Physiology Of Cardiorespiratory System||PTAPCR 2124|
|Clinical Practice In Physiotherapy: Related Issues||PTCPPR 2122|
|Professional Development III: Introduction To Health Care System||PTPD 2122|
|English For Academic Wrtiting (Compulsory)||ENG 6212|
|U1(Hubungan Etnik)/ U1 (Malaysian Studies- In English)||MPU3113/ MPU 3173|
|Clinical Exposure||PTCE 2122|
|3||Physiotherapy Skill IV:Electrotherapy II||PTPSEL 2212|
|Physiotherapy Skill V: Exercise Therapy & Manual Skills II||PTPSEM 2212|
|Applied Anatomy And Physiology In Neurology||PTAPN 2214|
|Physiology Practice In Musculoskeletal I||PTPPMS 2214|
|Physiotherapy Practice In Cardiorespiratory I: Respiratory Conditions||PTPPCR 2214|
|Clinical Practice I (Ms/Cr)||PTCP 2214|
|4||Physiotherapy Practice In Neurology I||PTPPN 2223|
|Physiology Practice In Musculoskeletal II||PTPPMS 2223|
|Physiotherapy Practice In Cardiorespiratory II: Cardiac Conditions||PTPPCR 2222|
|Research Methods I: Introduction To Research Process||PTRM 2223|
|U2 (Entrepreneurship)||MPU 3243|
|Clinical Practice II (Ms/Cr/N)||PTCP 2224|
|5||Physiotherapy Practice In Neurology II||PTPPN 2313|
|Physiology Practice In Musculoskeletal III||PTPPMS 2314|
|Research Methods I: Writing Research Proposal||PTRM 2313|
|Clinical Reasoning||PTCLR 2312|
|U2 (Comparative Religion)||MPU 3342|
|Clinical Practice III (Ms/Cr/N)||PTCP 2314|
|6||Physiotherapy Practice In Geriatrics||PTPPG 2323|
|Physiotherapy Practice In Women’s Health||PTPPWH 2322|
|Physiotherapy Practice In Paediatrics||PTPPP 2324|
|U4 (Community Work - 2)||MPU 3422|
|Clinical Practice Iv(Ms/Cr/N & Geriatrics/Paediatrics/Others)||PTCP 2326|
|7||Physiotherapy Practice In Sports||PTPPS 2413|
|Physiotherapy Practice In Occupational Health||PTPPOH 2412|
|Electice Placement||PTEP 2414|
|Clinical Practice V(Ms/Cr/N & Geriatrics/Paediatrics/Others)||PTCP 2416|
|8||Research Project||PTRP 2426|
|Clinical Practice Vi(Ms/Cr/N & Geriatrics/Paediatrics/Others)||PTCP 2426|
A-Levels or equivalent qualification with minimum Grade D in 2 of the following subjects: Biology/Physics or Mathematics/Chemistry
Recognized Diploma with CGPA less than 2.75 in related field and a minimum of 3 years (36 months) working experience in the related field
English Proficiency: Malaysian candidates: MUET Band 3 or IELTS (5.5)/TOEFL (550) International candidates: IELTS (5.5)/TOEFL (550) paper based or equivalent
International Baccalaureate (IB): Minimum score 24 including Chemistry & Biology/Physics
Recognized Diploma with minimum CGPA of 2.75 in related field
UEC: Minimum Grade B in 5 subjects including Chemistry & Biology/Physics
CPU/CIMP/Ontario Secondary School Diploma/Western Australian Curriculum Council/HSC/UNSW/New Zealand Bursary/ American High School with Advanced Placement (AP): 60% for 3 subjects including Chemistry & Biology/Physics & 1 other subject
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The time I spent in MAHSA University gave me a strong foundation which enabled me to achieve what I am today and the list is still growing. With world class facilities and a team of dedicated instructors, I highly recommend MAHSA University to anyone to pursue their medical career. I do not have much to give back to my university but I am very proud to say that I graduated from MAHSA University. You won't go wrong if you go to a university that produces a lot of successful people.
Undeniably the best university college! The programme delivered all it promised, and more. I believe one of the reasons is the team of ever-supportive, dedicated and selfless MAHSA lecturers led by Associate. Prof Chan Sook Chin.
I completed my degree in Physiotherapy in 2013. The programme is franchised from Northumbria University but held at MAHSA University. When I started the degree, I knew I had made the right decision because our lecturers are more than experts in their fields. It was an honour to be taught by committed and dedicated lecturers who are involved in the work of many institutions. Afterwards, I applied for a job at MAHSA University as I had aspirations of working as an academician. I was offered the position of Clinical Instructor Cum Junior Lecturer. I have built my strength by acquiring various skills like physiotherapy management, teaching, communications and etc. Thanks to MAHSA.
These three years of my life at MAHSA were among the most pleasant and exciting experiences in my life. I enjoyed doing my physiotherapy course which was well structured and taught by experienced and knowledgeable lecturers. MAHSA University has the most student-friendly environment and I enjoyed every moment.
I chose to study Physiotherapy because of my interest in the health field. In the beginning, I didn’t know anything about this profession, but as time passed, I became familiar with it and started doing very well in my studies, thanks to the guidance of the lecturers at MAHSA University. The University also ensure job placements for its graduates. Thanks to that I already had job at a private Hospital waiting for me when I graduated. The standard of teaching is great, and more and more graduates from the University have obtained positions in the two private hospitals that I have worked in. This is why I would recommend MAHSA to anyone who is looking for great opportunities in life.
MAHSA provided the knowledge that I needed throughout my programme under the guidance of the dedicated lecturers. I was exposed to different kinds of environments during my clinical posting, which helped me increase my confidence level and make new friends. I wouldn’t have my job as a physiotherapist now if it weren’t for MAHSA.
Because of my great education at MAHSA University, I have been able to become a practising Physiotherapist at a private tertiary care hospital and a physiotherapist/personal Trainer at a premium gym in Singapore. MAHSA has students’ best interest at heart and will always go the extra mile to ensure all students succeed and shine.
I have gained a wonderful experience studying at MAHSA University. After obtaining my Diploma in Physiotherapy, I had to wait almost a year for the MAHSA homegrown physiotherapy degree. But it was worth the wait. My programme allowed me to confidently apply the knowledge and skills I had learnt in assessment, treatment planning and clinical reasoning. I have also developed other soft skills such as time management and effective communication. The programme emphasised evidence practice. Many students enrolled in this MAHSA degree programme find it challenging, but we have supportive and committed lecturers. Students are encouraged to be proactive learners, and to develop current, adaptable and innovative skills so that they can accept challenges in the evolving healthcare environment.
I graduated from MAHSA College in 2008 as the first batch of Diploma in Physiotherapy students. After graduation I had the opportunity to work in Singapore and completed my degree conversion. My diploma training laid a strong foundation for my learning ground and clinical development. The education and training at MAHSA University made me who I am today - a passionate, inspired and committed clinician. I am currently doing my Masters in Curtin University to bring myself to the next level. Always proud to call MAHSA my alma mater. Thank you!
Becoming a student of MAHSA University was one of the best decisions that I have ever made in my life. MAHSA University has changed my life and made me a better and more knowledgeable person. Thank you, MAHSA University.
After completing my physiotherapy course at MAHSA University, I began my career at a private hospital. The teaching and guidance from the lecturers over the years at MAHSA University served as an important platform for me to move further in my career. Professionalism and ethics are core values that MAHSA University built in me. Today, I am running my own physiotherapy private practice with a few branches in the Klang Valley areas. I'm glad I chose MAHSA University.
I joined MAHSA University College as a physiotherapy student in June 2009. I knew I had come to the right place. Lectures conducted are designed to give appropriate guidance in teaching based on evidence-based practice in clinical setup. Lectures are inspiring, and the lecturers are always willing to go the extra mile. MAHSA University convince us that our success is their success.