Kursus ini membincangkan konsep asas, latar belakang dan realiti sosial masa kini hubungan etnik di Malaysia dari persepektif kesepaduan sosial. Tujuan kursus ini ialah memberikan kesedaran dan penghayatan dalam mengurus kepelbagaian ke arah pengukuhan negara bangsa. Pengajaran dan pembelajaran akan dilaksanakan dalam bentuk pembelajaran berasaskan pengalaman melalui aktiviti individu, berpasukan dan semangant kesukarelaan. Pada akhir kursus ini, pelajar diharapkan dapat mengamalkan nilai-nilai murni, mempunyai jati diri kebangsaan, dan menerima kepelbagaian sosio-budaya etnik di Malaysia.

Topics covered in lectures include an introduction to dosage forms & its properties including pharmaceutical calculations and understanding theoretical background of dispensing monophasic and biphasic dosage forms and know-the dispensing procedure of radiopharmaceuticals. Practicals include dispensing of monophasic and biphasic dosage forms.

Pharmacology-I describes the basic concepts of drug-receptor interaction and molecular aspects of drug action.  This unit includes the description of about the physiology and pharmacology of  drugs acting on cardiovascular system, respiratory system and haemopoietic system.

Topics covered in lectures include cell injury and causes, pathogenesis of cell injury, atrophy and hypertrophy, Inflammation, mediators and repair, Pathophysiology of various infectious and non-infectious diseases as well as common disorders to the human body.

Topics covered in lectures include Basic Concepts basic life support procedures, techniques, and equipments used in respiratory, cardiac, and musculo-skeleton problems. The topics also covered are emergency action plan in case of poisoning, bleeding, and animal and insect bites. 

Topics covered in lectures include Basic Principles and Concepts of Organic Chemistry, nomenclature of organic compounds, Stereochemistry, nucleophilic aliphatic substitution reactions and elimination reactions, nucleophilic addition reactions, electrophilic addition reactions and free radical reactions.