Master of Tropical Medicine & Infectious Disease  

M.Sc. Tropical Medicine & Infectious Disease is  the program will focus on the control of infectious diseases that are endemic in tropical countries. The following groups of health conditions are covered in detail: tropical diseases targeted for elimination, helminth diseases, diarrheal diseases, diseases lacking adequate control, vaccine-preventable diseases, and “the big three” (HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis). As a group, we will spend a significant amount of time studying the biology, epidemiology, and control of diseases such as onchocerciasis, Chagas’ disease, lymphatic filariasis, and leprosy, dengue, leishmaniasis, human African trypanosomiasis, HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculo sis
Faculty E-mail: Duration: One Year Eligibility: Minimum Percentage: 70%
Sr. No. Subjects of Study Code Subject Type Type Credit Hours Lecturer Lecture Day
Sem. I Two Months: Starting 04 Feb. to Mar. 18, 2023 (Final Exam: Mar. 25, 2023)
1 Introduction to Infectious Diseases IID2021 Compulsory Theory 3 Dr. Odulusi Daniel
2 Molecular Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases MEI2022 Compulsory Theory 3 Ms. Aliza Kamran Khan
3 Human Parasites, Micro-organisms & Zoonoses HPM2026 Elective Theory 3
Sem. II Two Months: Starting 01 Apr. to May. 13, 2023 (Final Exam: May. 20, 2023)
4 Medical Parasitology MEP2023 Compulsory Theory 3
5 Immunology of Tropical Infectious Diseases ITI2024 Compulsory Theory 3
6 Parasite Genetics PGE2027 Elective Theory 3
Sem. III Two Months: Starting 27 May. to Jul. 08, 2023 (Final Exam: Jul. 15, 2023)
7 Ecology, Epidemiology & Control of Infectious Diseases EEC2025 Compulsory Theory 3
8 Immunology in Health & Disease IHE2028 Elective Theory 3
Final Project Starting Aug. 06, 2023 to Feb. 24, 2024 (Thesis Defence: Mar)
9 Dissertation DRN2029 Compulsory Practical 6 Supervisor