Physical Science is designed for the non-science major outside the allied health area. The student will become knowledgeable of the contributions of physics and chemistry to man’s understanding of basic physical science concepts and will expose the student to the basic scientific vocabulary in these sciences.
The Martial Arts Program of the IPSCA has had a twofold mission. In addition to providing successful, quality technical instruction in all martial arts/sports, the Martial Arts Program also endeavors to maximize the academic resources of the institute to develop martial arts/sports through research into their philosophical, spiritual and scientific implications.
The programmes offered in the faculty is aims to produce graduates who have a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical and principles in traditional and complementary medicine and able to apply these principles in dealing with the industry.
The broad objective of the faculty is to produce graduates who are knowledgeable, skillful and able to integrate knowledge drawn from basic health sciences and related traditional and complementary medicine, taking into account aspects of ethics and social responsibility.