Allied Health Sciences
Degree and Title:
Bachelor’s degree in Technology of Applied Health Sciences
Study Hours/Academic Levels:
126-130 credit hours/4 academic levels
Our vision for the School of Allied Health Sciences at BUC is to be the leader at the national and regional level in providing educational and research programs of high quality in the fields of applied health sciences. Moreover, we strive to meet the needs of the community in the fields of applied health science technology by providing distinguished educational programs to graduate technicians capable of helping health care providers to improve the quality of the health system.
The School of Allied Health Sciences is providing several educational programs in allied health sciences and disciplines including Health Administration and Informatics Technology, Technology of Critical Case Care, Optics Technology, Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, and Dental Laboratory Technology.
Academic Majors and Departments
- Health Administration and Informatics Technology
- Technology of Critical Case Care
- Optics Technology
- Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology
- Medical Laboratory Technology
- Dental Laboratory Technology
Meet The Dean
Professor Hanaa Ahmed Amer
Dr. Hanaa is a Professor of Clinical Pathology and Immunology at the Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University. She graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University in 1986 with honors, and completed her residency as a Clinical Pathology registrar in 1990, and obtained her MS degree in the year 1990. Her thesis was directed to Immunologic deficiencies.
Prof. Hanaa Amer then occupied the post of Assistant Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams where she worked on different research projects and obtained her Ph.D. for her work on flow-cytometry and cancer prostate. In 1995 she occupied the post of Lecturer of clinical pathology and immunology in the same university. Since then, she actively participated in various research work and published several peer-reviewed articles involving different disciplines of medicine with a special interest in the immunologic aspects of diseases.
She successively became an Assistant Professor in 2000 and a Professor of Clinical Pathology and Immunology in 2005. Since 2005 she became interested in hospital management. She completed a Hospital Management Diploma in 2009 at the American University in Cairo and is also a certified laboratory reviewer.
She occupied several managerial posts as the Director of the Ain Shams Medical Research Center and The Egyptian Minister of Health Assistant for Technical Support and Organizational Development. She is also a Co-founder of the Leadership Academy and is co-training in Harvard Executive Program for emerging Health Care Leaders in Egypt in collaboration with Harvard School of Public Health and the USAID.
Despite her interest in serving the public sector, she is much interested in the constantly growing private sector and is viewing it as an opportunity to provide a quality health service to a large sector of the Egyptian population. She has been heading the efforts of one of the largest private hospitals in Egypt managed by the Egyptian Air Forces to obtain accreditation from the JCI. Currently, Prof. Hanaa Amer is heading the Central Administration of Health Technology Assessment and Management in the Egyptian Unified Procurement Authority (UPA).
“Take the first step in faith, You don’t have to see the whole staircase, Just take the first step” … Martin Luther King Jr
It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the School of Allied Health Sciences at BUC.
Our mission as an institution is to prepare you to be stewards of allied health professions, practitioners, and leaders in the public and private sectors; which will be achieved through experiential and global opportunities.
Our school aims to provide the highest quality and most comprehensive undergraduate education by engaging you and the faculty in the learning journey.
Not only we will oversee the academic quality standards, and policies of BUC in the classroom and outside it, but we will also encourage and support the innovative efforts of our faculty as well as all of you to distill the prevailing global challenges and opportunities shaping our lives.
I am looking forward to educating all our students on how best to advance intellectual knowledge and impact society for the best.
Wishing you all a successful start to a bright future.
Professor Hanaa Ahmed Amer
Dean of Allied Health Sciences
The Graduate of the School of Allied Health at BUC will have the opportunity to work as a Health Technologist in one of the following diverse health care fields:
- Hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, or other patient care facilities
- Medical laboratories
- Pharmaceutical companies
- Manufacturing companies
- Government agencies
- Private agencies
- Consulting firms
- Insurance companies
- Non-profit organizations
Furthermore, non-classic career opportunities to our graduates may include:
- Medical and Health Services Managers
- Claims Reviewer
- Health Education Specialist
- Medical Equipment / Pharmaceutical Sales Representative and Product Managers
- Community Health Specialist