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PATH6006 Capstone Project Report (18 credits)

Molecular Pathology Courses

PATH6001 Principles and Techniques of Molecular Pathology (9 credits)

• Self assessment exercises (30%)
• Tutorials/Practicals (10%)
• Examination: MCQ quiz at the end of module (60%)

PATH6002 Clinical Applications of Molecular Testing (9 credits)

• Self assessment exercises (30%)
• Tutorials/Practicals (10%)
• Examination: MCQ quiz at the end of module (60%)

PATH6003 Fundamentals of Genetic Testing for Hereditary Disorders (9 credits)

• Self assessment exercises (30%)
• Tutorials/Practicals (10%)
• Examination: MCQ quiz at the end of module (60%)

PATH6007 Practical Course in Laboratory Methods (9 credits)

• In-course assessment (Experimental report: to describe observation, record and analyze experimental data) (40%)
• Written examination (Short and long essay questions) (60%)

PATH6009 Clinical Applications of Genetic Testing in Inherited Diseases and Genetic Counselling (9 credits)

• In-course assessment (90%)
• Attendance (10%)

 

Diagnostic Pathology Courses

PATH6004 Chemical Pathology, Diagnostic Haematology and Transfusion Medicine (9 credits)

• Self-assessment exercises (50%)
• Examination: MCQ quiz at the end of module (50%)

PATH6005 Essential Anatomical Pathology for Clinicians (9 credits)

• Self-assessment exercises (50%)
• Examination: MCQ quiz at the end of module (50%)

PATH6008 Molecular Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Update (9 credits)

• Written examination (MCQ or short essays) (100%)

PATH6010 Renal Pathology, Immunology and Transplant Related Pathology (9 credits)

• Self-assessment exercises (50%)
• Examination: MCQ quiz at the end of module (50%)

 

 

 

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