The four year degree program is designed to produce a graduate with innovative, creative and analytical skills. They are expected to perform as key persons in order to uplift theirrespective fields of Medical Laboratory Science, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Radiography & Radiotherapy and Nursing.
On successful completion of honours degree programmes, graduates of Faculty of Allied Health Sciences (FAHS), General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University (KDU) should,
- have knowledge, skills and attitudes to perform tasks assigned in their respective disciplines to diagnose diseases, treatment and management of patients in hospital and community.
- be able to work as an independent team member by ensuring safety, managing the time and resources within an interdisciplinary health care team.
- be an allied health professional who respect other professionals.
- have an ability to communicate effectively with other professionals in their work environment.
- be able to develop managerial skills to provide an outstanding leadership.
- have a capability to train future undergraduates in the respective fields.
- be able to examine and understand the extensiveness of issues surrounding the social, environmental, regulatory and ethical concerns associated with the area.
- be able to conduct basic and advanced research in respective fields.
- be capable of applying their knowledge and skills to post graduate studies.
- be expect them to engage in continuous professional development and reaching higher levels in specialty.