Sunday, 28 May 2017

Bursary

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY

B.Sc. Degree Programme in Physiology

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES

PHILOSOPHY
The Philosophy of the Physiology programme is to provide a sound foundation for the understanding of the nature and basis of the physical and chemical mechanisms, responsible for the normal function of the body; preparatory to a good professional degree in Medicine and allied fields. It also provides advanced studies necessary for teaching Physiology and multidisciplinary medical research activities. Through acquisition of generic skills, the well grounded graduate of the programme can engage in other work activities including self employment.

OBJECTIVES:

(i) to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge base and practical skills in Physiology, preparatory to the clinical programme in Medicine, and allied fields;

(ii) to develop in students practical and technical skills for advanced study;

(iii) to develop in students ability to apply the theoretical knowledge to normal function and dysfunction of the body;

(iv) to develop in students, ability for intellectual inquiry through acquisition of relevant skills in critical thinking, creativity and independent and collaborative working skills;

(v) to develop generic skills, applicable for engagement and performance in other fields of endeavour – including entrepreneurship.

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY

B.Sc. Degree Programme in Anatomy

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES

PHILOSOPHY
The Philosophy of the Anatomy programme is to provide a sound foundation in the study of structures and functions of the human body, critical for a good professional degree in Medicine and allied fields; and for advanced studies necessary for teaching anatomy and multidisciplinary medical research activities. Through acquisition of generic skills, the well grounded graduate of the programme can engage in other entrepreneurial activities including self employment.

OBJECTIVES:
(i) to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge-base and practical skills in the structural organization of the human body; in preparation for the clinical programme in medicine and allied fields;

(ii) to develop in students, practical and technical skills for advanced study through instructions on the anatomical basis of physical diagnoses and radiology;

(iii) to develop in students the ability to apply the theoretical knowledge to normal functions and dysfunctions of the body;

(iv) to provide the appropriate environment that gives students the opportunity to carryout intellectual inquiry through acquisition of relevant skills in critical thinking, creativity, independent and collaborative working skills;

(v) to develop generic skills in the students; which will be applicable for self engagement and profitable performance in other fields of endeavour including entrepreneurship.

INVITATION TO 2ND INAUGURAL LECTURE

Bowen University hereby announces its 2nd Inaugural Lecture for the 2016/2017 Academic Session which will take place as scheduled below:

Chairman: Prof. M. A. Ojo,B.A., M.A. (Ife); PG DMS, M.Sc. (OAU); PhD (London)

Vice-Chancellor

Lecturer: Prof. Victoria O. Ajala, B.Sc(ABU), M.Sc (Boston), M.Sc (Stirling, UK), PhD(Ibadan), FNIPR, arpa

Professor of Mass Communication

Faculty of Social and Management Sciences

Topic: PUBLIC RELATIONS: MAKING YOUR FRIENDS BEFORE YOU NEED THEM

Date: Thursday 18th May, 2017

Time: 2.00pm prompt (Guests are requested to be seated by 1:30pm)

Venue: Chris Alabi Lecture Theatre

Please find attached the formal invitation to the Lecture.

Kayode A. Ogunleye, PhD
Registrar