DOCTOR OF PHYLOSOPHY (Ph.D) Program in IBH

Accredited “A” by  SK number: 002/BAN-PT/Ak-IX/S3/V/2012

Graduates from this Doctoral program are competent to analyse, discover, development as well as to implement modern concepts in medical sciences, actively respond to animal diseases and their environments, and perform professional, independent, and responsibility implementation in medical technologies, including comparative medicine field.

Table 1.  Structure of the Curriculum of the Ph.D. Program

Subject Credits (percentage)
Mandatory of the Graduate School Courses 2 (5%)
Mandatory of the Major Animal Biomedical Sciences Courses 27 (66%)
Elective Courses of the Major*) 12 (29%)
Total 41 (100%)

*) Elective courses of the Major consist of : 1). Veterinary Internal Medicine; 2). Veterinary Surgery;   and  3). Veterinary Pathology

Table 2. Curriculum of The Ph.D Program For Major in Animal Biomedical Sciences  (IBH)

Subject Code Name of the Subject Credits
Mandatory of the Graduate School Courses PPS 702 Phylosophy of Science 2(2-0)
Mandatory of the Major  Animal Biomedical Sciences Courses KRP 604 Clinical – Pathology Conference 3(2-1)
KRP 621 Comparative Surgery 3(2-1)
KRP 701 Animal Model 2(1-1)
KRP 711 Pathobiochemistry 2(1-1)
KRP 741 Cellular Pathology 3(2-1)
PPS 701 Colloqium 1
PPS 790 Seminar 1
PPS 799 Research & Disertation 12
Elective courses of the Sub-Major for Veterinary Internal Medicine KRP 700 Special Topic 3(2-1)
KRP 614 Clinical Pharmacy 3(2-1)
KRP 615 Clinical Endocrinology 3(2-1)
KRP 712 Veterinary Medical Haematology 3(2-1)
Elective courses of the Sub-Major for Veterinary Surgery KRP 700 Special Topic 3(2-1)
KRP 622 Advance Veterinary Surgery 3(2-1)
KRP 624 Advance Veterinary Radiology 3(2-1)
KRP 721 Laparoscopic Surgery 3(2-1)
Elective courses of the Sub-Major for Veterinary Pathology KRP 700 Special Topic 3(2-1)
KRP 646 Toxicopathology 3(2-1)
KRP 647 Comparative Pathology 3(2-1)
KRP 742 Molecular Tumor Pathology 3(2-1)

*) Elective courses  of the Major consist of : 1). Veterinary Internal Medicine; 2). Veterinary Surgery;  and  3). Veterinary Pathology

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