Ibn Sina University

BSc Optometry & Visual Sciences

College of Optometry & Visual Sciences

Bachelor of Optometry & Visual Sciences

Keep an Eye on your vision

  • Program

  • Duration

    5 years

  • Minimum entry

    Sudanese Certificate

  • Language

    English

  • Location

    ISU Al-Manshia Campus

  • Course Code

who want to be An optometrist, or Doctor of Optometry (OD), is a healthcare professional who provides Primary Vision Care ranging from sight testing and correction to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of eye disease such as diabetes and hypertension

a well rounded program that teaches and trains individuals to succeed as eye doctors

  • Doctor of Optometry
  • Optometry researcher

 

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Program

Study Plan

  • Components Credits
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Year 1

1st Semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 CC111 Islamic culture
2 CC112 Arabic Language
3 CC113 English language
4 CC114 Scientific Terms
5 BS 115 Geometrical Optics
6 MS 116 Human Anatomy &Physiol
7 BS 117 Mathematics

2nd Semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 CC121 Introduction of Optometry
2 BC 122 Physical Optics
3 CC 123 Ocular Anatomy &Physiol
4 MS 124 Microbiology &Immunology
5 BC 125 Chemistry
6 CC 126 Computer Applications
7 CC 127 English Communication
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Year 2

3rd semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 CC 231 Ocular Refractive Errors
2 SC 232 Binocular Vision (1)
3 SC 233 Contact Lenses (1)
4 CC 234 Visual Optics
5 MS 235 General Medical Disorders
6 MS 236 Biochemistry & Nutrition
7 MS 237 General Pharmacology
8 SC 238 Anterior Eye Diseases (1)

4th semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 CC 241 Clinical Optometry (1)
2 SC 242 Binocular Vision (2)
3 SC 243 Contact Lenses (2)
4 CC 244 Investigative Techniques
5 SC 245 Anterior Eye Diseases (2)
6 CC 246 Ophthalmic Drugs
7 CC 247 Ophthalmic Lenses & Dispensing (1)
8 MS 248 Basic Medical Skills
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Year 3

5th semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 CC 351 Clinical Optometry (2)
2 CC 352 Optometry Clinic 1
3 MS 353 Systemic Diseases
4 SC 354 Posterior Eye Diseases
5 CC 355 Optometric  Instruments
6 CC 356 Ophthalmic Lenses & Dispensing (2)
7 CC 357 Biostatistics and Epidemiology
8 CC 358 Visual Perception

6th semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 CC 361 Optometry Clinic 2
2 CC 362 Community Eye Care
3 CC 363 Optometry Business Management
4 CC 364 Neurology of Vision
5 CC 365 Advance Investigative Techniques
6 CC 366 Occupational Optometry
7 CC 367 Research Methodology
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Year 4

7th semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 CC 471 Optometry Clinic (3)
2 SC 472 Pediatric Optometry
3 SC 473 Photography and Eye Imaging
4 SC 474 Low Vision
5 CC 475  Advanced Computer Sciences

8th semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 CC 481  Advanced Optometry Clinics 
2 SC 482 Vision and Aging
3 SC 483 Ophthalmic Lasers
4 CC 484 Optometry Professionalism  and Ethics
5 CC 485 Communication Skills
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Year 5

9th semester (Binocular Vision Department)

No.

Code

Subject

1 BV 591 Binocular Vision clinics (1)
2 BV 592 Pediartic And Binocular Vision
3  BV 593 Oculomotor System
4 BV 594  Orthoptics Skills
5 BV 595 Project (1)
No Code Subject (Contact Lenses Department)     
1 Cl 591 Contact Lenses Clinic (1)
2 Cl 592 Optics Of Contact Lenses
3 CL 593 Technology Of Contact Lenses
4 Cl 594 Contact Lenses Complications & Management
5 CC 595 Project (1)
No Code Subject(Contact Photography And Imaging Department)
1 Ph591 Photography Clinics (1)
2 Ph 592 Photography Instrumentation
3 Ph 593 Method Of Ocular Imaging
4 Ph 594 Elector- Vision Imaging
5 Ph 595 Project (1)

10th semester

No.

Code

Subject

1 PH 5101 Binocular Vision clinics (2)
2 PH 5102 Vision Therapy
3 CC 5103 Field work
4 CC 5104 Project (2)
No Code Subject
1 Cl 5101 Contact Lenses Clinic (2)
2 Cl 5102 Patient Education And After Care
3 CC 5103 Field Work
4 CC 5104 Project (2)
No Code Subject
1 Ph 5101 Photography Clinics
2 Ph 5102 Photography Documentation
3 CC 5103 Field Work
4 CC Project (2)

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    Teaching & assessment

  • The teaching methods combine lectures and lab activities student must attend to during each course.
  • Practical training includes rotational attachments in our teaching hospitals.
  • Assessments are based on tests, exams, paper and report writing.
  • Final exams are comprehensive exams with oral and written components

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