Futminana is looking to help its graduates earn a postgraduate degree in English by offering them a degree in postgraduate anaesthesia.
The college will begin offering the postgraduate English degrees this fall and will have about 400 students in the undergraduate program, said Futminanas president, Tariq Ahmed.
The postgraduate program offers students a chance to earn a doctorate in the field of pharmacy, veterinary medicine, or dental medicine.
The students work in the veterinary or dental practices, or in a pharmacy or pharmaceutical facility.
Futmina has a network of veterinary clinics in the city, and they work in a large facility with a wide range of patients.
The pharmacy is an important part of the students’ lives.
A doctorate can last up to 20 years, and the students have an average of four years to study the subject.
Futmo has offered the postgraduates a degree program for more than 10 years, said Ahmed.
Futmina is a nonprofit institution and the university has an operating budget of about $4.3 million, which includes the cost of living.