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List of Courses Offered in UNIMED, Subject Combination and Requirements 2023/2024

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List of Courses Offered in UNIMED, Subject Combination and Requirements – Are you interested in studying at the University of Medical Sciences Ondo (UNIMED)? Do you want to know the courses and requirements for admission into this prestigious institution? If yes, then you are in the right place. In this blog post, I will share with you the list of courses offered in UNIMED, their subject combination and the requirements for UTME and Direct Entry candidates.

List of Courses Offered in UNIMED, Subject Combination and Requirements

UNIMED is one of the best and top-ranking universities in Nigeria and is internationally recognized with over 30-degree courses and programmes. The National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved and accredited all UNIMED new and old courses listed in this article. Candidates are advised to obtain the official UNIMED Post-UTME Past Questions and Answers to adequately prepare for the screening exercise.

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Before applying for admission into UNIMED, you need to know the courses and requirements for each programme. This will help you to make an informed decision about your studies and avoid any disappointment or frustration later on.

List of Courses Offered in UNIMED

Here are the courses and programmes offered in UNIMED as of 2023/2024 academic session:

  • Anatomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Animal and Environmental Biology
  • Plant Biology and Biotechnology
  • Chemistry
  • Dentistry
  • Human Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Physics (Electronics)
  • Mathematics
  • Microbiology
  • Prosthetics and Orthotics
  • Physics
  • Physiology
  • Physiotherapy
  • Community Health Science
  • Computer Science
  • Food Science
  • Environmental Health Science
  • Nursing Science
  • Radiography and Radiation Science
  • Medical Laboratory Science
  • Statistics
  • Medicine and Surgery
  • Science Laboratory Technology
  • Information Technology
  • Environmental Management and Toxicology

Requirements for Admission into UNIMED

To be eligible for admission into UNIMED, you need to meet the following general and specific requirements:

General Requirements

  • Candidates must possess a minimum of 5 credit passes in relevant subjects which must include English Language and mathematics at GCE O’Level, WASCE, SSCE, NECO or approved equivalents at not more than 2 sittings.
  • Candidates must register for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by JAMB and score at least 180 or above in the relevant subjects for their chosen course.
  • Candidates must also participate in the Post UTME screening exercise conducted by UNIMED and obtain a minimum score as determined by the university.
  • Direct Entry candidates must have at least two A’level passes or equivalent qualifications in relevant subjects from a recognized institution.
  • Direct Entry candidates must also register for JAMB Direct Entry and obtain a minimum score as determined by the university.

Specific Requirements

Each course offered in UNIMED has its own specific requirements that candidates must meet in addition to the general requirements. These include:

Anatomy

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics.

Biochemistry

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics.

Animal and Environmental Biology

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics/Mathematics.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics/Mathematics.

Plant Biology and Biotechnology

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics/Mathematics.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Botany/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics/Mathematics.

Chemistry

UTME Subjects: English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics/Physics/Biology.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Chemistry, Mathematics/Physics/Biology.

Dentistry

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Three A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics plus UTME requirements.

Human Nutrition and Dietetics

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology/Agricultural Science/Health Science, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Agricultural Science/Health Science, Chemistry and Physics.

Physics (Electronics)

UTME Subjects: English Language, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biology.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biology.

Mathematics

UTME Subjects: English Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Mathematics and any two of Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Microbiology

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics/Mathematics.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology/Botany/Microbiology, Chemistry and Physics/Mathematics.

Prosthetics and Orthotics

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology/Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Physics

UTME Subjects: English Language, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biology.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biology.

Physiology

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics.

Physiotherapy

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Three A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics plus UTME requirements.

Community Health Science

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology/Health Science/Agricultural Science/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Health Science/Agricultural Science/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Computer Science

UTME Subjects: English Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Mathematics and any two of Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Food Science

UTME Subjects: English Language, Chemistry/Biology/Agricultural Science/Food and Nutrition/Home Economics/Mathematics/Physics/Economics/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Chemistry/Biology/Agricultural Science/Food and Nutrition/Home Economics/Mathematics/Physics/Economics/Government/Civic Education.

Environmental Health Science

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology/Health Science/Agricultural Science/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Health Science/Agricultural Science/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Nursing Science

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Three A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics plus UTME requirements.

Radiography and Radiation Science

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Three A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics plus UTME requirements.

Medical Laboratory Science

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Three A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics plus UTME requirements.

Statistics

UTME Subjects: English Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Mathematics and any two of Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Medicine and Surgery

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Direct Entry: Three A’level passes chosen from Biology/Zoology, Chemistry and Physics plus UTME requirements.

Science Laboratory Technology

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology/Agricultural Science/Health Science/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Agricultural Science/Health Science/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Information Technology

UTME Subjects: English Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Mathematics and any two of Physics/Chemistry/Biology/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Environmental Management and Toxicology

UTME Subjects: English Language, Biology/Agricultural Science/Health Science/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

Direct Entry: Two A’level passes chosen from Biology/Agricultural Science/Health Science/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics/Economics/Geography/Government/Civic Education.

UNIMED Postgraduate Courses

Apart from the undergraduate courses, UNIMED also offers postgraduate courses for candidates who wish to further their education and acquire advanced skills and knowledge in their chosen fields. The postgraduate courses are offered at the levels of Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), Master's Degree (M.Sc) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D).

The following are the postgraduate courses offered in UNIMED as of 2022:

  • PGD in Anatomy
  • PGD in Biochemistry
  • PGD in Physiology
  • PGD in Public Health
  • M.Sc in Anatomy
  • M.Sc in Biochemistry
  • M.Sc in Physiology
  • M.Sc in Public Health
  • Ph.D in Anatomy
  • Ph.D in Biochemistry
  • Ph.D in Physiology
  • Ph.D in Public Health

UNIMED Postgraduate Admission Requirements

The admission requirements for the postgraduate courses vary depending on the level and course of study. However, some general requirements include:

  • A Bachelor's degree with a minimum of Second Class Lower Division from UNIMED or any other recognized university in a relevant field.
  • A Master's degree with a minimum of 60% cumulative average or 3.5 CGPA on a 5-point scale from UNIMED or any other recognized university in a relevant field for Ph.D candidates.
  • A minimum of five (5) credit passes in O'Level subjects including English Language and Mathematics at not more than two (2) sittings.
  • A satisfactory performance in a selection test and/or interview conducted by the university.

How to Choose the Right Course for You

Now that you have seen the list of courses offered in UNIMED and their requirements, you might be wondering how to choose the right course for you. Here are some tips to help you make the best decision:

  • Consider your passion and interest. What do you enjoy learning or doing? What are your strengths and talents? What are your career goals and aspirations? Choose a course that aligns with your passion and interest, and that will help you achieve your dreams.
  • Consider the market demand and employability. How competitive is the course? How marketable and profitable is the course? How easy or difficult is it to get a job after graduation? Choose a course that has a high demand and employability in the labour market, and that will give you a good return on your investment.
  • Consider the admission requirements and cut-off mark. How qualified are you for the course? Do you meet the general and specific requirements for admission? Do you have the right subject combination and score for the course? Choose a course that you are eligible and qualified for, and that you can meet the cut-off mark.
  • Consider the duration and cost of the course. How long will it take you to complete the course? How much will it cost you to study the course? Do you have the time and resources to pursue the course? Choose a course that suits your budget and schedule, and that you can afford and finish.

Wrapping Up

I hope this blog post has been helpful and informative for you. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below. I would love to hear from you.

UNIMED is a great university that offers quality education and training in various fields of medical sciences. If you are interested in studying at UNIMED, I encourage you to apply as soon as possible. You can visit their official website HERE for more information on how to apply.

Thank you for reading this blog post. I wish you all the best in your academic journey. Cheers!

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