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UG COURSES

Preparatory course is mandatory only for those students who are adopting for any UG course in Russian medium. During this course the basic subjects like Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Russian Language are taught in Russian medium.

Duration (in years) 1 Year

Under Graduate Courses

Odessa State Medical University offers following undergraduate courses to the foreign students:

General Medicine (M.D)/M.B.B.S The UG course in General Medicine is of 6 years duration and is conducted in English / Russian / French medium. Those who adopt for course in Russian medium shall undergo Preparatory course (Russian language course) of one year duration, which is in addition to 6 years. After completion of 6 years of UG course student is conferred with “MD Physician ” degree, which is equivalent toM.B.B.S . in India.

Dentistry / Stomatology /B.D.S The UG course in B.D.S/ Dentistry / Stomatology is conducted in Russian and English medium. The course duration is of 5 years.

Pharmaceutics / B.PHARMA The UG course in Pharmaceutics is also in Russian medium only. The course duration is of 4 years plus 1 year Preparatory course (Russian language course).

The academic session of undergraduate courses commences from 1st of September. For new students of Ist course the last date to join classes is 15thof November.

Courses

Duration (in years)

M.D. Physician/MBBS (English Medium)

6 Years

M.D. Physician/MBBS (Russian Medium)

6 Years

Pharmaceutical / B. Pharma (Russian Medium)

5 Years

Stomatology / Dental: BDS

(Russian Medium)

5 Years

Stomatology / Dental: BDS (English Medium)

5 Years

Post Graduate courses

2 or 3 Years



Syllabus and Examination

The studies are carried out in accordance with the new syllabus, which was issued in 1996/1997. Within the week there are 5 working days, Saturday and Sunday are off days. The studies are scheduled from 0800 to 1600 hours. The students working week comprises 54 hours, within this time period there are 36 lecturing hours and 18 hours for independent work.

Post Graduate courses

Short term Advanced Certificate Course – Duration of course is from 3 months up to 12 months. These courses are conducted in Russian and English medium in various specializations on specific topics / techniques.

Senior Residency – Duration of course is 3 years and is conducted in Russian and English medium.

PG courses in Dentistry (MDS) – Duration of course is 2-3 years and in conducted in Russian and English medium. University is conducting PG courses in English medium in following specializations of dentistry:

  • Orthopedic Stomatology (Prosthodontics)
  • Orthodontics
  • Pediatric Stomatology (Dentistry)
  • Stomatology
  • Surgical Stomatology / Oral Surgery
  • Therapeutic Stomatology / Conservative Dentistry

Preparatory course

The Students are to receive

  • the most necessary skills in reading, listening, writing and speaking with focused work on subject’s specific to the University classroom.
  • full use of all university resources, including all libraries, recreational facilities, accommodation
  • computer suites and student services.

ACADEMIC CURRICULUM of MD Physician Course



S.No.

Subject

Lecture

Practical

Independent Work

Total Hours

1st Course (I & II Semester)

1

Human Anatomy

72

216

90

378

2

Medical Biology, Genetics & Parasitology

36

72

54

162

3

Histology, Cytology & Embryology

54

126

90

270

4

History of Medicine

18

18

18

54

5

Latin Language & Medical Terminology

72

36

--

108

6

Bio-Inorganic, Organic, Physical Colloidal & Bio-Organic Chemistry

36

72

54

162

7

Bio-Physics, Information Science & Medical Equipment

36

72

54

162

8

Sociology

54

36

72

162

9

Politology

36

18

54

108

10

Russian Language

--

160

72

232



2nd Course (III & IV Semester)

1

Biochemistry

54

108

54

216

2

Normal Physiology

90

180

90

360

3

Microbiology

54

126

72

252

4

Philosophy

36

36

36

108

5

Economics

18

36

54

108

6

Russian Language

--

160

54

214

7

Physical Training

--

--

--

524

8

Logics

36

18

--

54



3rd Course (V & VI Semester)

1

Bases of Psychology & Pedagogic

18

18

18

54

2

Social Medicine & Organization of Health Protection Services

36

72

36

144

3

Pathological Anatomy

72

90

72

234

4

Pharmacology & Medical Dispensing of Medicines

72

90

72

234

5

Pathological Physiology

72

90

72

234

6

Propedeutics of Children Diseases with care of Children

54

144

90

288

7

Radial Diagnostics & Radial Therapy

36

72

54

162

8

General Surgery with Anesthesiology & Care of Patients

54

144

90

288

9

Topographic Anatomy

16

49

24

89

10

Operative Surgery

20

60

30

110

11

Propedeutics of International Diseases with care of Patients

54

144

90

288

12

General Hygiene

72

126

72

270



4th Course (VII & VIII) 

1

Obstetrics & Gynecology

48

48

60

156

2

Remedial Gymnastics & Sport Medicine

18

30

--

48

3

Dermatoveneral Diseases

13

42

30

85

4

Psychiatry, Narcology & Medical Psychology

54

90

72

216

5

Nervous Diseases

36

72

54

162

6

Faculty Pediatrics with Medical Genetics

54

90

54

198

7

Radiative Medicine

12

24

18

54

8

Phthisiatry (Tuberculosis)

18

42

30

90

9

Endocrinology

18

42

30

90

10

Facultative Therapy with Physiotherapy

54

126

90

270

11

Economics of Health Protection

10

26

18

54

12

Urology

18

42

30

90

13

Faculty Surgery

44

98

38

180

14

Homeopathy

20

16

--

36



5th Course (IX & X) 

1

Ophthalmology

18

42

30

90

2

ENT

18

42

30

90

3

Hospital Therapy & Military Field Therapy

54

108

72

234

4

Occupational Diseases

18

42

30

90

5

Traumatology & Orthopaedy

18

42

30

90

6

Hospital Pediatry

36

72

54

162

7

Gynecology

18

36

36

90

8

Hospital Surgery

54

30

46

130

9

Neurosurgery

12

24

18

54

10

Pediatrics Surgery

16

36

36

88

11

Infectious & Tropical Diseases

42

72

48

162

12

Epidemiology & Military Epidemiology

12

36

24

72

13

Children Infectious Diseases

18

36

36

90

14

Oncology

24

48

36

108

15

Urgent States Medicine of Catastrophies

24

48

36

108

16

Forensic Medicine

33

48

27

108

17

Basics of Law

18

18

18

54

18

Military Field Surgery

10

32

26

68



6th Course (XI & XII) 

1

Hygiene

--

72

36

108

2

Social Medicine & Organization of Health Protection

--

36

18

54

3

Economics of Health Protection

--

28

8

36

4

Internal Medicine

12

240

12

264

5

Infectious Diseases

--

72

36

108

6

Tropical Diseases

--

36

--

36

7

Pediatrics

--

180

90

270

8

Oncology

--

72

36

108

9

Clinical Pharmacology

--

36

18

54

10

Children Infection Disease

--

72

36

108

11

Obstetrics & Gynecology

--

72

36

108

12

Pediatrics Surgery

--

72

36

108

13

Reanimatology (Intensive Care)

--

72

36

108

14

Surgical Disease

--

144

72

216

15

Clinical Immunology & Allergology

--

72

36

108

16

Neurosurgery

--

72

36

108

17

Therapy

--

54

54

108

European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)




First Year

First Year Courses

Credits

Foreign Language

6

Latin and Medical Terminology

4

Business Terminology in Ukrainian Language

1.5

Culturology

2

Basics of Economics

2

History of Medicine

2

Sociology and Medical Sociology

2

Basics of Psychology, Basics of Pedagogy

1.5

Medical Biology

5.5

Medical and Biological Physics

5.5

Medical Chemistry

4

Biological and Bioorganic Physics

2

Human Anatomy

11

Histology, Cytology and Embryology

5

Elective Courses

3


Second Year

Second Year Courses

Credits

Foreign Language

6.5

Philosophy

5

Human Anatomy

3.5

Histology, Cytology and Embryology

4.5

Physiology

10

Bioorganic and Biologic Chemistry

7

Microbiology, Virology and Immunology

6

General Surgery (With Operative Surgery and Topographic Anatomy)

2.5

Medical Computer Science

3.5

Basic Nursing (Practical Training)

3

Elective Courses

1.5


Third Year

Third Year Courses

Credits

Microbiology, Virology and Immunology

2

Pathomorphology

7

Pathophysiology

7

Pharmacology

7

Hygiene and Ecology

6.5

Propedeutics of Internal Medicine

6.5

Propedeutics of Pediatrics

5

Operative Surgery

1

General Surgery

5

Radiology

4

Medical Psychology

1.5

Nursing Practical Training

3

Elective Courses

1.5


Fourth Year

Fourth Year Courses

Credits

Internal Medicine (Including Endocrinology)

9

Phthisiology

3

Pediatrics

4.5

Surgery

4.5

Obstetrics and Gynecology

3

Social Medicine, Health Care Organization

3

Biostatistics

4.5

Urology

3

Otorhinolaryngology

3

Ophthalmology

3

Neurology

4.5

Psychiatry, Narcology

4.5

Dermatology, Venerology

3

Physical Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine

3

Forensic Medicine, Medical Law

3

Elective Courses

1.5


Fifth Year

Fifth Year Courses

Credits

Internal Medicine

7.56

Infectious Diseases

1.5

Epidemiology

1.5

Occupational Medicine

3

Oncology

3

Clinical Pharmacology

1.5

Pediatrics, Childhood Infections

6

Medical Genetics

1.5

 

 

The examination results are assessed from 5 to 1 (5 is “excellent”, 4 is “good”, 3 is “satisfactory”, 2 is “unsatisfactory”). The final state examinations on all disciplines according to the syllabus are held on within one system through 2 stages;

Testing practical proficiency (when exams on clinical disciplines are taken, testing takes place at the patient’s bed side) · Testing scientific-theoretical proficiency

The academic year consists of 2 semesters, the autumn term starts on the 1st of September and winter term starts on 2nd of February. Winter vacation lasts for 2 weeks and summer vacations for 2 months. There is an exception only for foreign students of the 1st year, for them the 1st semester begins between 1st September and 15th November, according to their arrival.

The studies are carried out in accordance with the new syllabus issued in 1996/1997. Within the week there are 5 working days, Saturday and Sunday are off days. The studies are scheduled from 0800 to 1600 hours. The students working week comprises 54 hours, within this time period there are 36 lecture hours and 18 hours for independent work.