01. Program Overview
Objectives of the Program
At the program completion, the graduates will qualify the Degree Program Standards as follows:
- • To serve as role model for moral, professional, and ethical behavior with integrity within an acceptable code of conduct.
- • To demonstrate an expert knowledge of theories, fundamental principles and concepts in prosthetics and orthotics to develop knowledge, skills and innovation.
- • To solve the most complex and challenging problems facing prosthetics and orthotics, through knowledge transfer of best research and treatments.
- • To lead and delegate by working skillfully with team members.
- • To apply statistics and information technology to analyze data and communicate effectively by disseminating scholarly reports, research and knowledge in both formal and informal international scientific forums.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
- • Demonstrate behaviors which exemplify moral and ethical behaviors representative of a scholar and professional in prosthetics and orthotics.
- • Demonstrate an advanced understanding and keen awareness of current and emerging science, research and innovation in prosthetic/orthotic and related fields.
- • Apply an evidence-based practice approach to the evaluation, application and analysis of current best practices in prosthetic/orthotic and related fields.
- • Exemplify the features, character and integrity of an intelligent leader in the field.
- • Demonstrate a heightened ability for statistical analysis, use of appropriate media, and methods to communicate and engage with colleagues in prosthetic/orthotic and related fields.
Career Opportunities of the Graduates
- • Researchers in prosthetic/orthotic and related fields at research institutes, government sectors and industrial organization - Academic staff at university/institute
- • Entrepreneur/business owners in prosthetics and orthotic
- • Leaders/managers in prosthetic and orthotic facilities