Internal Regulations

Internal Regulations of the College of Veterinary Medicine in English
Modifying the internal regulations of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Article 1

Departments of the Faculty

The faculty has the following departments: -

Department of Pharmacology

Department of Pharmacology

 Department of Parasitology

Department of Pathology

Department of Pathology

Department of Internal and Infectious Medicine

Department of Microbiology

Virology Department

The Department of Veterinary Hygiene and Administration

Department of Anatomy

Department of Physiology

Department of Histology

Department of Toxicology and Forensic Medicine

Department of Fish Diseases Administration

Department of Poultry Diseases

Department of Theriogenology

Department of Surgery

Department of Zoonoses

Department of Food Hygiene

Department of Nutrition and Clinical Nutrition

Department of Biochemistry

Department of Clinical Pathology

Article 2

Degrees offered

1. bachelor's degree in veterinary medical sciences

2. Master in one of the faculty's specialties.

3. PHD in one of the faculty's specialties.

The University of Beni Suef, at the request of the Council of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, awards the following diplomas

1 Diploma of Laboratory Animals.

2 diploma of animals of Zoo.

3 diploma of artificial insemination

4 diploma of Poisson Diseases.

5 Veterinary Public Health diploma

6 Reproduction diploma

7 diploma of Poultry diseases.

8 Clinical Pathology Degree

9 Food Hygiene Diploma

10 Animal Administration Diploma.

11 Favorite Animals Diploma.

12 Degree of Farmstock Diseases.

13 diploma in Veterinary Pharmacology.

14 diploma of Veterinary Surgery.

15 Diploma of Animal Derivatives.

16 Environmental Pollution Diploma

17 Applied Parasitology Diploma.

18 degree in Microbiology.

19 Diploma in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology.

20 diploma of clinical biochemistry.

Faculties of veterinary medicine.

Duration of studies: five years of which one year, preparatory to obtain - BSc (license) in medicine and surgery

To become a veterinarian, you must get the veterinary Doctor degree. To do this, you must follow the curriculum of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The degree course is divided over five years.

And to hold a Veterinary Medicine Diploma, the following methods should be considered:

The curriculum for the first year consists essentially of basic courses in physics, chemistry, mathematics, biostatistics and biology.

A practical training in general English is associated with it and continues throughout the 5 years of study.

The student must undertake an immersion course in a compulsory animal environment during the holiday period

In the 2nd and 3rd years, subjects clearly oriented towards the knowledge of the "normal" animal, such as anatomy, embryology, histology, biochemistry, physiology, animal genomics, ethnography , The appreciation of domestic animals, general microbiology and immunology, and animal ethology. There is also an introduction to veterinary public health.

The aim of the 5-year program is to train students in the preparation, diagnosis and treatment (preventive and curative) of infectious (viral or bacterial), parasitic, nutritional, metabolic, genetic or surgical pets (dogs, cats , Horses, birds, etc.) or production (cattle, sheep, pigs, goats, rabbits, chickens, fish). The approach is individual (the sick animal) or collective (the sick flock).

Students carry out a 6-month internship (2 months In 3 rd years, 2 months In 4 th year and 2 months In 5 th year)

Mentions : -

- Mention fairly well from 50% to less than 65%

- Mention from 65% to less than 75%

- Highly creditable from 75% to less than 85%

- Excellent credit rating of 85%

- Mention low from 30% to less than 50%

- Mention very low less than 30%

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine: The presentation of the candidatures for the Masters and Doctorates is in March and September of each year.
 اللائحة الداخلية بيطرى انجليزى.pdf