Manipal College Of Allied Health Sciences
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
MPT Cardio-pulmonary Sciences
MPT Community Based Rehabilitation
MPT Paediatrics Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
MOT Child Health
MOT Musculo-skeletal Conditions
Manipal College Of Allied Health Sciences offers the following courses in UG & PG:
Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology
Master of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology
BSc Medical Laboratory Technology
MSc MLT â€' Clinical Biochemistry
MSc MLT â€' Microbiology & Immunology
BSc Medical Imaging Technology
MSc Medical Imaging Technology
BSc Nuclear Medicine Technology
MSc Nuclear Medicine Technology
BSc Respiratory Therapy
MRT Adult Respiratory Care
MRT Neonatal & Paediatric Respiratory Care
BSc Health Information Administration
MSc Hospital & Health Information Administration
BSc Medical Radiation Therapy
MSc Medical Radiation Physics
BSc Cardiovascular Technology
MSc Cardiovascular Technology
For more info about each courses visit http://www.manipal.edu
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