|S/N||Course Code||Course Title||Credit Units|
|1||HPHY 811||NERVE AND MUSCLE||2|
|2||HPHY 812||AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM||2|
|3||HPHY 813||BODY FLUIDS AND BLOOD||2|
|4||HPHY 814||RENAL PHYSIOLOGY||2|
|5||HPHY 815||CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGY||2|
|6||HPHY 816||RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY||2|
|7||HPHY 817||LABORATORY TEACHING I||2|
|8||HPHY 818||SEMINAR I||2|
|9||HPHY 819||LABORATORY TEACHING II||2|
|10||HPHY 821||SPECIAL SENSES||2|
|11||HPHY 822||CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM||2|
|13||HPHY 824||REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY||2|
|15||HPHY 826||PHARMACOLOGY/Any Elective course||2|
|16||HPHY 827||GIT PHYSIOLOGY||2|
|17||HPHY 828||Seminar II||2|
|18||HPHY 829||Research THESIS||12|
M.Sc (HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY)
The minimum period of study for the M.Sc. degree is four (4) Semester for full-time, and six (6) semester for part-time students. The M.Sc. programme is based on course work and research.
All M.Sc. candidates will be expected to present three seminars each: the first one on a research related topic (research proposal of their thesis work) and the second one, on the data collected (towards the end of their research work).
A candidate who obtains less than 20 credits at the end of the session will be required to withdraw from the programme. Candidates who fail the resit examinations will be asked to withdraw from the programme.