The college is committed to graduating a veterinarian who is familiar with veterinary medical sciences and who is distinguished in the field of veterinary medicines and medical preparations locally and regionally.
It aims to introduce new fields of clinical veterinary pharmacology in accordance with international standards in the Bachelor of Veterinary Medical Sciences program and to place graduates in competition with international standards, as well as to develop graduates' skills with appropriate training in specialized sites internally and externally.
Knowledge and understanding: After successful completion of the program, the graduate should be able to:
Handling emergency situations
- First aid for bleeding
- First aid for wounds
- First Aid Difficulty breathing
- First aid for eye and ear injuries
- Loss of consciousness treatment
- First aid for burns
- First aid for damage to organs and organs
Nutritional status, laboratory examination
- Evaluation and correction of the nutritional status of the animal
- Advising the client on the principles of proper education and nutrition
- Collecting, preserving and transporting samples to the laboratory
- Performing normal laboratory tests
- Interpretation and evaluation of laboratory results
Animal disease diagnosis, certification work
- The use of radiography
- Use of ultrasound
- Follow the correct procedures after diagnosing and reporting diseases
- Correct medical certificate issuance
- Understand all veterinary courses that qualify him to practice the profession of veterinary medicine.
- Advise on the use of appropriate treatment
- Access to appropriate sources of licensed medicines. Prescribe and dispense medications correctly and responsibly in accordance with relevant legislation
- Ensure that medicines are sourced and stored safely or disposed of
- Understand the procedures for using veterinary medicines and preparations in different field conditions.
- Understand methods for measuring the effectiveness of veterinary medicines.
- Understand the methods of measuring the concentration of veterinary drugs in the blood and tissues of poultry and animals to determine the withdrawal period in diseased cases.
- Full acquaintance with the pharmaceutical forms of veterinary drugs, feed additives and disinfectants used in farms.
- Cooperation with veterinary authorities in the field of optimal use of veterinary medicines.
- Understand the importance of drug residues.
- Understand the different preservation techniques for preserving veterinary medicines and preparations, especially after the veterinary products are opened in the farms.
- Reducing the risks of contamination, infection and the accumulation of germs in buildings and veterinary farms
- Euthanasia procedure, ante-mortem examination
- When euthanasia is necessary, it must be carried out in a humane manner
- Show the kindness and feelings of animal owners
- Advise on the safe disposal of a dead body
- Carry out a basic gross postmortem examination, details of tissue and sample history and storage
Mental Skills: After successful completion of the program, the graduate should be able to:
Professional Skills: After successful completion of the program, the graduate should be able to:
- The study is based on credit hours, and teaching hours are calculated as follows: One credit hour is equivalent to one theoretical hour or 2 or 3 practical hours during one semester at different levels according to the attached tables.
- Study in English except for courses that require teaching in Arabic.
- The academic year is divided into two semesters, the duration of each semester is 15 weeks. The first semester begins in the third week of September and the second semester begins after the mid-year vacation, in addition to an intensive 6-week summer semester starting on the first Saturday of July.
- Enrollment for any academic level takes place within two weeks before the start of any semester, after fulfilling the registration requirements and paying fees, and the summer semester is optional for students.
- Study Duration: Five years (five levels of study), and a student who continues to study courses in the summer semester can finish studying before the prescribed period by one semester at most.
- Rules for stopping registration, dismissal and re-enrollment according to the Universities Organizing Law and the decisions of the Cairo University Council.
To obtain a bachelor's degree, success in:
- All compulsory courses (67) courses equivalent to (182) credit hours.
- Elective courses (5 courses) equivalent to 8 credit hours.
- Passing the training courses in attendance, training, and an examination, and accepting the graduation thesis.
- The general grade in the bachelor’s degree is calculated on the basis of the cumulative grade for the grades obtained by the student in all the compulsory and elective courses he studied.
Semester courses (first or second) are registered with a minimum of 12 credit hours and a maximum of 25 credit hours. The summer semester can also be registered with a maximum of 12 credit hours. The student applies for course registration if he meets the registration requirements for each course, the most important of which is success in the eligible courses. Consultation with the academic advisor, on the specific dates, timing of registration and its rules, which are issued by the College Council annually and published in the Student’s Handbook. Registration is not considered final until after paying the educational service dues scheduled for each semester.
The student has the right to change courses in which he was registered with others within two weeks of the start of study in both the first and second semesters, taking into account the conditions of registration. The student has the right to stop enrollment or withdraw from a course within 3 weeks at most, and the value of the financial dues will not be refunded after that. As for the summer semester, the student has the right to withdraw from the courses within two weeks at most, without prejudice to the minimum registration hours.
You can find the course objective & course content by clicking on the course code. & No.
|Study plan for the first and second semesters, First level||The great end of the score||Exam time||Registration requirements||Number of credit hours||Course Name||Course code and number||Semester||Level|
|50||2||-||2||1(2)||1||Computer & Biostatistics||PHA-101||First Semester||First Level|
|50||2||-||1||-||1||Vet. Medical Terminology||PHA-102|
|100||3||-||4||1 (3)||3||General Anatomy and Embryology||PHA-105|
|50||2||-||3||1 (2)||2||Histology (1)||PHA-106|
|50||2||-||3||1 (2)||2||General Chemistry||PHA-107|
|-||-||-||18||6 (13)||12||Total number of credit hours per week in the first semester|
|-||-||-||-||-||-||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|50||2||-||2||1 (2)||1||Pharmacology of veterinary medicinal Herbs||PHA- -151||Second Semester|
|50||2||-||2||1 (2)||1||Vet. Genetic Engineering||PHA--152|
|100||3||103||4||1 (2)||3||Physiology (1)||PHA -153|
|100||3||-||4||1 (2)||3||Animal and poultry Management||PHA-154|
|50||2||106||3||1 (3)||2||Histology (2)||PHA-155|
|50||2||105||3||1 (3)||2||Special Anatomy and Embryology||PHA- 156|
|-||-||-||18||6(14)||12||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|Study plan for the first and second semesters, Second level||The great end of the score||Exam time||Registration requirements||Number of credit hours||Course Name||Course code and number||Semester||Level|
|50||2||156||3||1(3)||2||Comparative and Applied Anatomy||PHA-201||First Semester||Second Level|
|50||2||107||3||1 (3)||2||Biochemistry & Molecular Biology||PHA-202|
|100||3||153||4||1 (2)||3||Physiology (2)||PHA-203|
|50||2||-||2||1 (2)||1||Vet. Economics & Management||PHA-204|
|50||2||-||3||1 (2)||2||Animal and Poultry Breeding||PHA-205|
|50||2||-||2||1 (2)||1||Marketing and Selling Skills||PHA-206|
|-||-||-||17||6(14)||11||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|50||2||202||3||1 (2)||2||Virology||PHA-251||Second Semester|
|50||2||202||3||1 (2)||2||Metabolism and Body Fluids||PHA-252|
|50||2||-||3||1 (2)||2||General Microbiology & Immunology||PHA-253|
|50||2||-||1||-||1||Tradition & ethics of the profession||PHA-254|
|50||2||155||3||1 (3)||2||General Pathology||PHA-255|
|50||2||107||2||1 (2)||1||Analytical chemistry 1||PHA-256|
|50||2||103||3||1 (2)||2||General Parasitology||PHA-257|
|-||-||-||18||6(12)||12||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|Study plan for the first and second semesters, Third level||The great end of the score||Exam time||Registration requirements||Number of credit hours||Course Name||Course code and number||Semester||Level|
|50||2||253||3||1(2)||2||Special Microbiology & Mycology||PHA-301||First Semester||Third Level|
|50||2||255||3||1 (2)||2||Special Pathology||PHA-302|
|50||2||252||3||1 (2)||2||Animal Nutrition||PHA-303|
|50||2||256||2||1 (3)||1||Analytical chemistry||PHA-304|
|50||2||257||3||1 (2)||2||Special Parasitology||PHA-305|
|50||2||252||3||1 (2)||2||General Pharmacology||PHA-306|
|50||2||-||2||1 (2)||1||Mould Inhibitor and Antitoxins||PHA-307|
|-||-||-||19||7(16)||12||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|50||2||302||2||1 (3)||1||Morbid Anatomy||PHA-351||Second Semester|
|50||2||306||3||1 (2)||2||Special Pharmacology||PHA-352|
|50||2||251-301-305||2||1 (2)||1||Veterinary Epidemiology||PHA-353|
|50||2||251-301||2||1 (2)||1||Veterinary Sera and Vaccines||PHA-354|
|50||2||302-306||3||1 (2)||2||Principles of Veterinary Medicine||PHA-355|
|50||2||301||3||1 (2)||2||Milk Hygiene and Control||PHA-356|
|50||2||303||3||1 (2)||2||Clinical Nutrition||PHA-357|
|-||18||7 (15)||11||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|Study plan for the first and second semesters, Fourth level||The great end of the score||Exam time||Registration requirements||Number of credit hours||Course Name||Course code and number||Semester||Level|
|50||2||352-307||2||1 (2)||1||Drug interactions and Residues||PHA-401||First Semester||Fourth Level|
|50||2||352 307||2||1 (2)||1||Veterinary Pharmaceutics||PHA--402|
|50||2||203- 302||3||1 (2)||2||Farm Animal Gynecology & reproduction||PHA--403|
|50||2||301||3||1 (2)||2||Control of Fats, Oils, Eggs and dairy technology||PHA--404|
|50||2||355||3||1 (2)||2||Internal Medicine of Ruminant Animals||PHA--405|
|50||2||351||3||1 (2)||2||Fish Diseases||PHA--406|
|-||-||-||18||7(14)||11||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|50||2||305||3||1 (2)||2||Meat, poultry and fish Inspection||PHA--451||Second Semester|
|50||2||353||3||1 (3)||2||Infectious Disease of Ruminants||PHA--452|
|50||2||302||3||1 (3)||2||Clinical Pathology||PHA--453|
|50||2||203||3||1 (2)||2||Artificial Insemination||PHA--454|
|100||3||201-352||4||1 (2)||3||General Surgery||PHA-455|
|50||2||352||2||1 (2)||1||Pharmacology of antiseptics , disinfectants and insecticides||PHA-456|
|-||-||-||18||6 (12)||12||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|Study plan for the first and second semesters, Fifth level||The great end of the score||Exam time||Registration requirements||Number of credit hours||Course Name||Course code and number||Semester||Level|
|50||2||455||3||1 (2)||2||Special Surgery 1 and radiology||PHA-501||First Semester||Fifth Level|
|50||2||355||3||1 (3)||2||Internal Medicine of Equine and Pets||PHA-502|
|50||2||353||3||1 (2)||2||Infectious Diseases of Equine and Pets.||PHA-503|
|50||2||351||2||1 (2)||1||Forensic Medicine||PHA-504|
|50||2||353||3||1 (2)||2||Animal and Environmental Hygiene||PHA-505|
|50||2||352||2||1 (2)||1||Clinical Veterinary Pharmacology||PHA-506|
|50||2||302||3||1 (2)||2||Avian & Rabbit Diseases 2||PHA-507|
|-||-||-||19||7(15)||12||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|
|50||2||501||3||1 (2)||2||Special Surgery||PHA-551||Second Semester|
|50||2||451||2||1 (2)||1||Meat Technology||PHA--552|
|100||3||403||4||1 (3)||3||Obstetric in Animals||PHA-554|
|50||2||352||2||1 (2)||1||Good Manufacture of Vet. Therapeutics||PHA--555|
|50||2||451||3||1 (2)||2||Poultry and Fish Hygiene||PHA--556|
|50||2||-||2||1 (2)||1||Avian & Rabbit Diseases||PHA--557|
|-||-||-||19||7(14)||12||Minimum registration 12 hours and maximum 25 hours|