General Medicine (Doctor)

UNIVERSITY: The University of Georgia
SEMESTER: Spring
LEVEL: Single Cycle Program (Doctor)
FEE: 5500 USD
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Goal of the MD Program is to prepare highly qualified general doctors as Physicians, who will be able to work in local and international level general hospitals, hospices, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, resorts, medical tourism agencies, sports clubs, preventive medicine centers, fitness centers, etc. Multiprofile education of international standards will promote employment of graduates at wide range areas and effective application of their knowledge. Program content is based on World Health Organization (WHO) and World Federation of Medical Education (WFME) recommendations.




Some of the courses are:


Introduction to Clinical Anatomy 1; Medical Chemistry; Basics of Medical Biophysics ; Cytology; Environmental Health; Health Promotion; Medical Informatics; Foreign Language 1; Introduction to Clinical Anatomy 2; Embryology, Basic Hystology; Human Physiology; Basics of Biochemistry; Basic Microbiology; Genetics; Bioethics; Research skills 1; Foreign Language 2; Nervous System (Clinical Anatomy, Histology/ Embryology, Biochemistry, Physiology); Respiratory System (Clinical Anatomy, Histology/ Embryology, Biochemistry, Physiology); Molecular Biology; Basic Microbiology; Behavioral Science; Cardiovascular System (Clinical Anatomy, Histology/ Embryology, Biochemistry, Physiology); Digestive System (Clinical Anatomy, Histology/ Embryology, Biochemistry, Physiology); Urogenital System(Clinical Anatomy, Histology/ Embryology, Biochemistry, Physiology); Endocrine System and Skin (Clinical Anatomy, Histology/ Embryology, Biochemistry, Physiology); Immunology; Virology; Pathology (Anatomy); Pathology (Physiology); Physical Diagnostics - Propedeutics; General Surgery; Roentgenology, Medical Radiology; Pharmacology; Research Skills; Basics of Clinical Reasoning; Clinical Skills (Basic); Surgery 1 /Clinical Skills 1; Pediatrics; Phtisiatry; Obstetrics; Urology, Nephrology; Section Course; Clinical Communication Skills; Internal Medicine 1 /Clinical Skills 1; Neurology; Medical Psychology; Traumatology, Orthopedics; Occupational Medicine; Elective Course; Surgery 2/ Clinical Skills 2; Internal Medicine 2/ Clinical Skills 2; Dermato-Venereology; Epidemiology /Research Skills; Hematology, Transfusiology; Laboratory Medicine; Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy; Family Medicine; Gynecology; Infectious Diseases; Allergology and Clinical Immunology; Endocrinology; Oncology; Surgery 3; Clinical Pharmacology; Anesthesiology, Intensive Care; Psychiatry; Public Health; Palliative Care; Clinical Skills 3; Head and Neck Surgery; Endoscopy; Clinical Toxicology; Emergency Medicine; Reproductology; Pediatric Surgeryl; Oto-Rhyno-Laryngology; Ophthalmology; Neurosurgery; Forensic Medicine; Geriatrics; Research Skills 3.