Human Medicine


Scientific objectives

The educational program at the College of Medicine aims for the student to be able to:
• Understanding the general structure of the human body, the locations of the organs and their spatial relationship to each other.
• Understanding the microscopic structure of tissues and organs of the human body, including cell structure and genetic structure.
• Identify the main functions of the human body’s organs in its normal and pathological states and the adaptations that can occur as a result of this.
• Study the possible relationship that occurs between the human body and its surroundings and the various defensive interactions, whether natural or pathological, that may occur as a result.
• Understanding the diseases that can affect humans and the differences in infection mechanisms for different disease groups.
• Identify the living organisms, microorganisms and parasites that humans can coexist with or that may infect them with diseases.
• Study the medicines that a person can use in his struggle against disease, the mechanisms of action of these medicines and their uses, as well as the harm that can occur as a result of this use.
• Understand the importance and how to use various auxiliary diagnostic methods, such as radiology and laboratories.
• Study the practical applications of diseases and their treatment.
• Acquiring the necessary skills and mechanisms to work independently according to the priorities and needs of society.
• Acquiring the necessary skills for scientific research and development.

Scientific and career future

A general physician who is fully qualified to practice general medicine to provide primary care to patients and then complete his postgraduate studies in the specialty in which he finds himself and himself.

Nature of fields of study

The specialized areas of human medicine are very broad, but are not limited to: general surgery, specialized surgery, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, children, skin oncology....