Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field with a minimum CGPA of 2.75 or equivalent; OR
Aimed at expanding our knowledge in allied health sciences (AHS) and traditional & complementary medicine (TCM), the course provides candidates opportunities to conduct research and investigation on an approved topic.
Research areas include: Occupational Safety and Health, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Health Sciences, Sport Sciences, Wellness, Childhood Education, Paramedic Sciences, Clinical Social Work, Nutrition, Dietetics, Biomedical Engineering Technology, Homeopathy, Naturopathy and Traditional Medicine.
Candidates will be challenged to think critically and rigorously prove their hypothesis backed by sound research results. Candidates will then be invited to defend their dissertation in an oral presentation.