The Faculty of Traditional and Complementary Medicine was established in 2010 in support of the Ministry of Health’s efforts to integrate traditional and complementary medicine into the Malaysian national health system. The Faculty is the first in Malaysia to offer a fully accredited Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine Science (Hons) [BHMS (Hons.)] which is in accordance with requirements set by the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Malaysian Homeopathy Council (MPHM).
The Faculty leverages its extensive collaboration with international partner institutions to provide the best complementary health education to its students and has adopted a holistic and integrated approach to education and healthcare.
Individuals who intend to practice in any related recognized practice area are required to register with the Traditional and Complementary Medicine Council. With the full implementation of the Traditional and Complementary Medicine Act 2013, the Faculty aims to continue to provide registered and accredited education to complementary medical science practitioners.
The Faculty is led by Asst. Prof. Ibrahim Usman Mhaisker who is the second dean of the Faculty of Traditional and Complementary Medicine (UoC). He received his master’s degree, Doctor of Medicine in Homeopathy [M.D. (Hom.)] from B. A. Marathwada University, Aurangabad (India) in the year 2003. An expert in the field of homoeopathy medicine, he has been working extensively as an academician, homoeopathy practitioner and researcher.
Focusing on the complementary medicine discipline and managed by the Centre for Graduate Studies, Research and Commercialization