QU-CHS holds orientation session on requirements of ‘common year’ Feb 05, 2019 0 190 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaQatar University’s College of Health Sciences (QU-CHS) recently hosted an orientation session on the requirements of the common year for undergraduate general health students.The common year is a requirement for QU students applying for the colleges under QU Health, Medicine, Pharmacy and Health Sciences. The session gave students the vital overview of the requirements of the common year, which is divided into two semesters. Assistant Dean for Student Affairs Nada al Qubaisi clarified that students who pass the requirements of the first semester —which tackles general chemistry, experimental general chemistry, biostatistics, medical education, human structure and function I as well as a core course— can successfully become entitled to declare their majors. Acceptance into the different programmes of the College of Health Sciences is based on the academic performance in the first semester of the common year as well as the availability of seats in the chosen programme. The common year was introduced to support interdisciplinary teaching among the colleges of QU health. It will also facilitate major transfer if required, in between the three colleges.Students were also briefed by representatives from the departments of human nutrition, public health, biomedical sciences and physical therapy and rehabilitation on the requirements for the undergraduate programmes offered by their departments and on possible career paths and employment opportunities for CHS graduates. The meeting was attended by Hala Mussa,director of Academic Counseling at CHS. The CHS is comprised of four academic departments: The Department of Biomedical Sciences, the Department of Nutrition, the Department of Public Health as well as the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation. It offers internationally-calibrated academic programmes at the undergraduate and graduate level. The CHS works hard to increase the number of Qatari citizens working in the health sector in Qatar as stipulated by Qatar National Vision 2030 and the QU strategy. CHS has designed its Sciences Education and Human Health Activity (SEHHA) programme, which targets Qatari students in secondary schools, with the aim of encouraging hem to join academic health programmes. More importantly, the number of Qatari citizens working in Qatar’s health sector has increased significantly in the last two years. Pages 1234567 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Expert highlights risks of artificial intelligence Feb 05, 2019 0 305 ArcheoMed3D exhibition to open at Msheireb Museums today Feb 05, 2019 0 384 Sulaiti, European Commission official discuss ties Feb 05, 2019 0 1970 Trust in mass media falling in most Arab countries: NU-Q study Tribune News Network Doha TRUST in mass media in most Arab countries is falling, says the latest study by Northwestern University (NU-Q) in Qatar. According to NU-Q’s sixth annual Middle East Media Use survey conducted .. Malaysian Foreign Minister meets Qatar’s ambassador: Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia Dato’ Saifuddin Abdullah met with Ambassador of Qatar to Malaysia HE Fahd bin Mohammed Kafoud in Kuala Lumpur on Monday. ..