01. Program Overview
The Sirindhorn School of Prosthetics and Orthotics has a long standing tradition of excellence in the development of prosthetist orthotists in the region for over 15 years. The success of our programs are a reflection of our stellar faculty and a commitment to producing the next generation of leaders.
Objectives of the Program
At the completion of the program, the graduates will qualify Graduate Program Criteria as follows:
- • To demonstrate moral and ethical behavior and integrity within an acceptable code of conduct.
- • To understand and possess knowledge of theories, fundamental principles and concepts in Prosthetics and Orthotics for knowledge development or creation.
- • To systematically solve complex Prosthetic and Orthotic problems and to determine best practices of treatment procedures.
- • To have a good working relationship with colleagues and to creatively work in teams as leader or member of the group.
- • To apply statistic, mathematic and information technology to analyze data and communicate effectively and appropriately by presenting both formal and informal reports through scientific publications and theses.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
- • Demonstrate moral and ethical behavior as well as to possess discipline, punctual and accountable for both personal and public objectives.
- • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and critical understanding of current and emerging knowledge and research in Prosthetics and Orthotics.
- • Evaluate, apply and analyze user-centered clinical interventions from an evidence-based practice model.
- • Demonstrate a good relationship with colleagues and personify characteristics of a leader in the field.
- • Demonstrate an ability to apply statistic, mathematic and information technology to analyze data and utilize appropriate media and methods to communicate academic works in an effective communicable manner.
Career Opportunities of the Graduates
- • Specialist in Prosthetics and Orthotics
- • Researchers/academic staff at research institutes, government sectors and industrial organizations