Benjamin Carson School of Medicine

Department of ANATOMY

Prof. Ayodele B. O. DESALUProf. Ayodele B. O. DESALU

VISION STATEMENT

Purposeful Training of Medical Scientists to proffer health solutions through best quality services and with a sense of purpose and adequate skills for competence.

MISSION STATEMENT

Employing teaching and research towards addressing health anomalies and improving the quality of life and living.

PHILOSOPHY OF THE DEPARTMENT

The Bachelors of Science in Anatomy program is designed to train biomedical scientists and educators in an atmosphere of intellectual quest and individual creativity to equip them for research, educational and health services that will ensure wholesome contribution to the health industry.

DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENT

The Department would require that all students must have been duly admitted into the University based on the criteria set by the University administration in line with the standard regulations. To sustain or retain studentship, every student must have evidence of due registration for every academics year. A students must meet the minimum and maximum credit unit lead per semester as stipulated in the general university bulletin.

AIMS/OBJECTIVES

At the end of the programme, the students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate detailed knowledge and understanding of the various aspect of Anatomy so as to provide solid foundation for the correlation of structure with function so as to be able to contribute positively to research and total person care
  2. Apply their knowledge and skills to the solution of theoretical and practical problems in Anatomy and its applications to provision of relevant applied anatomical and health services.
  3. Appreciate the expediency of Anatomy in industrial, economic, environmental, health and social context

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

Prospective candidates for the program must have five Ordinary Level Credits or equivalent in English Language, Mathematics, Biology or Health Science, Chemistry, and Physics in not more than two   sittings.  In addition candidates must sit and pass the Babcock University screening test (written and oral).

 

Admission Requirements

Prospective candidates for the program must have five Ordinary Level Credits or equivalent in English Language, Mathematics, Biology or Health Science, Chemistry, and Physics in not more than two   sittings.  In addition candidates must sit and pass the Babcock University screening test (written and oral).