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 The Study Plan The following tables explain the courses to be studied in different grades, theoretical and practical hours, the maximum Marks and the distribution of grades for each course.
Table (1): First Grade – First Term

Code

Course Name

Week Hours

Exam marks

Term work

10%

Theoretical

Practical

Maximum Mark

Written

Practical

oral

ANE:1101

 

General Anatomy and Embryology

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

HIS:1105

 

General Histology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

BIO:1169

 

Biology

2

2

100

50

40

-

10

BPHS:1170

 

Biophysics

2

2

100

50

40

-

10

CHM:1171

 

General Chemistry

2

2

100

50

40

-

10

VMT:1172

 

Basics of Veterinary Medical Terminology

2

-

100

90

-

-

10

COM:1173

 

Computer   (Applied uses)

1

2

100

50

40

-

10

( Total)

 

13

13

 

Courses are not counted within Grade total marks or the cumulative total, and are not counted within the repetition courses of the grade, but students are required to be succeeded in before graduation.
Table (2): First Grade – Second Term

Code

Course Name

Week Hours

 

Exam Marks

Term work

10%

Theoretical

Practical

Maximum Mark

Written

Practical

 

Oral

ANE:1202

 

Special Anatomy and Embryology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

HIS:1206

 

Special  Histology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

BIC:1207

 

Basics of Biochemistry

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

PHY:1211

 

General Physiology

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

BMAW:1214

 

Genetics And Genetic Engineering

2

2

100

50

40

-

10

BMAW:1215

 

Economics and Veterinary Projects Administration

2

2

100

50

40

-

10

BMAW:1216

 

Statistics, experimental  design and analysis

1

1

100

50

40

-

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

13

14

 

Table (3): Second Grade – First Term

 

Code

Course name

Week Hours

Exam Marks

 

Term Work

10%

 

Theoretical

Practical

 

Maximum Marks

 

Written

 

Practical

 

Oral

ANE:2103

 

Comparative Anatomy

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

BIC:2108

 

Biochemistry of Metabolism

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

PHY:2112

 

Sysremic Physiology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

BMAW:2117

 

Animal & Poultry Behavior and  Management (part I)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

BMAW:2119

 

Animal, Poultry and Fish Production   (Part I)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

BMAW:2121

 

Animal  Welfare and Rights

1

1

100

50

40

-

10

total

 

11

12

 

Table (4): Second Grade – Second Term

 

Code

 

Course name

 

Week Hours

 

Exam Marks

 

Term Work

10%

 

Theoretical

 

Practical

 

Maximum Marks

 

Written

 

Practical

 

Oral

ANE:2204

 

Applied Anatomy

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

BIC:2209

 

Special Biochemistry and Body Fluids

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

PHY:2213

 

Special and Comparative  Physiology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

BMAW:2218

 

Animal & Poultry Behavior and  Management (part II)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

BMAW:2220

 

 

Animal, Poultry and Fish Production (Part II)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

BIC:2210

 

Basics of Molecular Biology

1

2

100

50

20

20

10

EVSR:2274

 

Ethics of Veterinary Practice and Scientific Research

2

-

100

90

-

-

10

Total

 

13

13

 

Courses are not counted within Grade total marks or the cumulative total, and are not counted within the repetition courses of the grade, but students are required to be succeeded in before graduation.
Table (5): Third Grade – First Term

 

code

 

Course Name

 

Week Hours

 

Exam Marks

 

Term work

10%

 

Theoretical

 

Practical

 

Maximum Marks

 

Written

 

Practical

 

Oral

PCP:3122

 

General Pathology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

MIC:3127

 

General Bacteriology & Mycology and Immunology

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

PAR:3130

 

Parasitology
(Helminths)

3

2

100

50

20

20

10

PHA:3132

 

Pharmacology (part I)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

NCN:3134

 

Basics of Nutrition

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

MIC:3129

 

Virology

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

Total

 

13

14

 

Table (6): Third Grade – Second Term

 

Code

 

Course Name

 

Week Hours

 

Exam Marks

 

Term Work

10%

 

Theoretical

 

Practical

 

Maximum Marks

 

Written

 

Practical

 

Oral

PCP:3223

 

Systemic Pathology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

MIC:3228

 

Special Bacteriology and Mycology

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

PAR:3231

 

Parasitology
(protozoa & arthropods)

3

2

100

50

20

20

10

PHA:3233

 

Pharmacology (part II)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

NCN:3235

 

Special Nutrition

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

SAR:3248

 

Anaesthesiology

& ophthalmology

3

3

100

50

20

20

10

HZE:3236

 

Principles of Epidemiology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

Total

 

16

16

 

Table (7): Fourth Grade – First term

 

Code

 

Course Name

 

Week hours

 

Exam Marks

 

Term Work

10%

 

Theoretical

 

Practical

 

Maximum Marks

 

Written

 

Practical

 

Oral

PCP:4124

 

Specific Pathology (Part I)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

ANM:4141

 

Internal Medicine Part I))

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

SAR:4149

 

General Surgery

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

THR:4154

 

Andrology

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

TFM:4159

 

Forensic Medicine

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

FST:4161

 

Milk safety and Technology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

PCP:4126

 

Clinical Pathology

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

PFD:4165

 

Fish diseases and Management (Part I)

2

2

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

16

21

 

Table (8): Fourth Grade – Second Term

 

Code

 

Course Name

 

Week Hours

 

Exam Marks

 

Term Work

10%

 

Theoretical

 

Practical

 

Maximum Marks

 

Written

 

Practical

 

Oral

PCP:4225

 

Specific Pathology (Part I)I

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

ANM:4242

 

Internal Medicine             (Part II)

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

SAR:4250

 

Radiology & Surgery of limbs

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

THR:4255

 

Gynecology

2

4

100

50

20

20

10

TFM:4260

 

Toxicology

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

FST:4262

 

Milk Products , Eggs and Fat Safety and Technology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

PFD:4266

 

Fish Diseases and management (Part II)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

ANM:4245

 

Field studies in Internal Medicine

-

4

100

30

40

20

10

 

Total

 

14

23

 

Table (9): Fifth Grade – First term

 

Code

 

Course Name

 

Week Hours

 

Exam Marks

 

Term work

10%

 

Theoretical

 

Practical

 

Maximum Marks

 

Written

 

Practical

 

Oral

HZE:5137

 

Environmental Hygiene

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

ANM:5143

 

Internal Medicine (Part III)

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

SAR:5151

 

Special and experimental  Surgery

3

3

100

50

20

20

10

THR:5156

 

Obstetrics

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

FST:5163

 

Meat, poultry and fish Safety and Technology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

PFD:5167

 

 

Poultry Diseases (Part I)

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

ANM:5146

 

Infectious Diseases (Part I)

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

HZE:5139

 

Zoonoses (Part I)

2

1

100

50

20

20

10

SAR: 5152

 

Field studies in Animal Surgery

-

2

100

30

40

20

10

 

Total

 

17

20

 

Table (10): Fifth Grade – Second Term

 

code

 

Course name

 

Week Hours

 

Exam Marks

 

Term Work

10%

 

Theoretical

 

Practical

 

Maximum Marks

 

Written

 

Practical

 

Oral

HZE:5238

 

Animal Hygiene and Preventive Medicine

3

2

100

50

20

20

10

ANM:5244

 

Internal Medicine (Part IV)

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

THR:5257

 

Artificial Insemination,    In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

FST:5264

 

Meat, poultry and fish Products Safety and Technology

2

2

100

50

20

20

10

PFD:5268

 

Poultry Diseases (Part II)

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

ANM:5247

 

Infectious Diseases (Part II)

2

3

100

50

20

20

10

HZE:5240

 

Zoonoses (Part II)

2

1

100

50

20

20

10

SAR: 5253

 

Veterinary Endoscopy

1

2

100

50

20

20

10

THR:5258

 

Field studies in gynecology and obstetrics

-

4

100

30

40

20

10

 

Total

 

16

23

 

Evaluation system

( Percentage)

ا( Rating)

 

From 85% and more

( Excellent)

 

From 75% to less than 85%

(Very Good)

 

From 65% to less than 75%

Good)

 

From 50% to less than 65%

Pass

 

From 30% to less than 50%

 

Failed/ weak

 

Less than  30% or failed in the written exam 

 

Very weak

The student's success in a course requires that s/he obtains at least 30% of the marks for both the written and practical examination of the course
 The general grade of the bachelor's degree is calculated up on the total marks obtained by the student in all the basic courses in the five study grads in relation to the total of the maximum marks of these courses. The student general grade in the bachelor's degree is according to the following table:

 

Perentage

 

Rating

 

From 85% and more

 

Excellent

 

From 85% to less than 75%

 

Very Good

 

From 75% to less than 65%

 

Good

 

From 65% to less than 50%

 

Pass

The student shall be granted the honors according to the rules stipulated in the Universities regulation law.