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Undergraduate

College of Medicine

System Of Study

A total of 220 credit hours is needed for the M.B.B.CH degree. The study in the College of Medicine requires 5 years of rigorous study through three distinct stages as follows:

Departments:

Anatomy Department

The department trains the students in all branches of Human Anatomy using traditional and innovative methods. All faculty members are provided with computers and the offices have internet connections. The postgraduate qualified faculty are trained in teaching and student evaluation. There are normal and clinically relevant Radiographs and CT scans for regular small group discussions with students. The well-equipped research facility is utilized for routine Histological and Cytogenetic research.

Physiology Department

The Department of Parasitology brings together a variety of staff, resources, and educational strategies that create an environment conducive for collaborative learning of Medical Parasitology. Parasitology courses whatever traditional or integrated are case-based focused on the biological, immunological, epidemiological, and ecological aspects of protozoan and Helminth diseases of humans, including the vectors that transmit parasitic, bacterial, and viral infections. In our country, Middle East, Africa, and especially tropical areas, studying parasitic infections and research is mandatory worth mentioning out of the six neglected tropical diseases by WHO, five are due to parasitic infections mainly, malaria as well as soil-transmitted helminthiasis. Studying parasitology is a joy as described by many students as written in their reflection in the content of their portfolio about their learning in Parasitology lab and sharing by researches in competitions on national and international conferences. Community services and research plan serving the catchment area of 6 October city through participation in medical troops diagnose and treat such infections especially in vulnerable groups.

Biochemistry Department

Biochemistry in general deals with body substance like enzymes, carbohydrates, amino acids, fats, proteins, hormones, DNA, RNA, pigments, etc. It is used in clinical diagnosis, manufacturing of various biological products, treatment of diseases, in nutrition, agriculture, etc. Biochemistry is the study of biological processes that occur in cells and organisms. Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids are the most common biological molecules studied by biochemists. Biochemistry also encompasses the science of molecular biology. This includes immunochemistry, neurochemistry and bioinorganic, bioorganic and biophysical chemistry. Biochemistry is applied in various areas, including medicine, dentistry, industry, and agriculture and food science. Keeping in view the importance of the biochemistry on sustainable way, it is proposed to commercialize all the field of the biochemistry in the world as it is the most powerful and sustainable tool for reducing global poverty and hunger in the world.

Study of medical biochemistry starts for undergraduate students in four semesters from 101 till 202, including lectures and practical class in very well equipped labs.

Post graduates study includes master of Medical Biochemistry and first part of clinical master as:- Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Dermatology, Cardiology And Orthopedics.

Medical Histology Department

VISION

To be recognized for excellence in integrated medical education, community service, and high-impact research through partnership with the clinical and scientific departments at Misr University College of Medicine and other regional medical schools.

 MISSION

To engage in the competent delivery of knowledge and practical skills in the study of medical histology as a division of an integrated curriculum adopting clinically-related approach.  Innovative teaching is recruited in preparation of future physicians and high-impact researchers to provide an optimum level of health care matching the community needs.

VALUES

  • We seek life-long learning and training.
  • We do our best for excellence in all our duties.
  • We respect all students and members of the team.
  • We always adopt fairness, transparency and accountability.
  • We communicate openly, comprehensively and effectively.
  • We support the leaders who guide our mission.
  • We are dedicated to using our resources effectively and in a responsible manner. We are accountable

Pathology Department

        Clinical pathology department is one of basic departments 

In hospital or university .The department provides the following services:     

  1-Teaching for  under graduate medical students ,training Of house officers, clinical pathology residents. Also, training Of applied science graduates either internal or external.

 2-Researches: The department makes supervision Researches of the department and other departments.

3-The department provides  medical services in    Collaboration with other departments in medical  Convoy.

Pharmacology Department

Staff from the Institute of Pharmacology teach a complete range of pharmacological courses as part of the General Medicine Master’s degree as well as both Bachelor’s degrees in non-medical (health care) programs. This teaching provision combines theoretical instruction (lectures) with practical tuition

Microbiology Department

With areas of emphasis in Medical Microbiology, Immunology and infection control, the Department of Microbiology provides our majors a wide range of laboratory experiences and a collage that is dedicated to excellence in teaching and research.

Our Vision

To be a center of excellence in in teaching, research, and community service in Medical Microbiology, Infection control and Immunology.

Mission

The mission of the Department of Microbiology is to educate and train students in the discipline of medical Microbiology and immunology and to expand the body of knowledge of this scientific field through research.

Goals

  1. Offer courses within Misr University for science and technology’s education program to enhance the intellectual foundation and preparation of students for life in a complex, dynamic technological world.
  2. Teach microbiology, molecular genetics, infection control and Immunology to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in cooperation with

other departments, aiming to prepare students for post graduate education, for careers in medical microbiology and immunology research.

  1. Prepare post graduate students with in-depth knowledge and research skills

for professional careers in Microbiology.

  1. Enhance opportunities for research and scholarship for faculty members as

well as undergraduate and post graduate students;

  1. Preserve, add to, evaluate, and transmit knowledge in the field of

Microbiology.

  1. Deliver an expert microbiological diagnostic services to the public.
  2. Provide infection prevention and control to healthcare settings and community.

Main Activities

  • Undergraduate Programs • Post Graduate programs • Research Areas

Educational activities

  • Interactive lecturing for undergraduate and post graduates
  • Interactive practical sessions for undergraduate students
  • Practical lectures for undergraduate students
  • infection control elective course with hospital visits.
  • Formative exams
  • learning, microbiology references, students evaluation,
  • Integrated seminars with other medical departments
  • Students’ portfolio
  • Students search and data collection
  • Updating microbiology syllabus for integrated program.

Parasitology Department

The Department also provides services in the detection of Cryptosporidium spp. oocytes and Giardia spp. cysts in recreational and sewage treatment plants.

Changing and upgrading teaching and research methodologies have to be continuously implemented in the department in order to meet the various demands. In this context, the product and diagnostic analysis achieved would be the benchmark (gold standard) that is acceptable by the clients

Community medicine department

the course is designed to provide the students with the necessary skills needed to identify different droplet infections, food born infections and outbreak investigations
To enable to have essential skills for possible preventive skills
To identify the importance and burden of food born and droplet infections
To provide the students with the necessary skills needed to identify different endemic, sexually transmitted and vector-borne diseases

Family medicine department

The Department of Family and Community Medicine contributes substantially to the faculty by teaching and training undergraduates in Community Medicine which runs from the first year to the final year. Family and community medicine department is highly focusing on community health problems, and primary health care. Staff adopt a variety of teaching strategies, primary care research and clinical services to the community, using different methods to engage students. Teaching and learning plans in different modules offered to students are tailored to achieve best practices towards community health problems solving aiming at execution of the faculty mission towards a skilled competent medical graduate. Students (undergraduate and postgraduate) are also given the opportunity to visit the community General Practitioners. Training courses in occupational health and safety, maternal and child health Clinics, nutrition and dietetics, biostatistics and epidemiology, and health care waste management are offered. The electives courses offered by the department include Hospital management, and Research Methodology.

Forensic and toxicology department

“Forensic Medicine/ FORM 401” course is designed to provide applied Forensic Medicine mainly to 4th-year medical students as a basic requirement to get a competent graduate when subjected to such problems in Primary Health Care Centers and other medical practice. It covers personal identification, medical documents, death, and post-mortem changes, describe different types of injuries (Wounds, Head, Firearms, Physical, Transportation), violent asphyxia, sexual offenses, medico-legal aspects of pregnancy, delivery, and abortion, Child abuse.

“Clinical Toxicology/ TOX 402” course is designed to provide applied Clinical Toxicology mainly to 4th-year medical students as a basic requirement to get a competent graduate when subjected to such problems in Primary Health Care Centers and other medical practice. It covers General toxicology, Corrosives, Plant Poisons, Heavy metals, Volatiles, Gaseous poisons, Medical Toxicology (Analgesics and antipyretics, Sedative hypnotics, Tricyclic antidepressants, Lithium, Amphetamines, Phenothiazine, Cardio-vascular medications, Theophylline, Antihistamines), Pesticides, Food and Animal poisons, Drug dependence.

ENT department

Acquire knowledge about different pathogenesis of ENT diseases, be aware of ENT complications he/she may face during clinical practice, and be able to communicate with the patients and community

Ophthalmology department

Describe normal ocular anatomy
Recognize common causes of visual loss and their management
Recognize emergency cases and guidelines for referral to the ophthalmic specialist
Give basic healthcare and preventive measures to limit endemic and infectious diseases
Detect and describe ocular manifestations of systemic diseases

Medical ethics department

This course will explore the major ethical issues confronting the practices of medicine and biomedical science. We will become familiar with legal and institutional positions, consider and debate opposing arguments on the various topics, and examine relevant case studies

Obstetrics & Gynecology department

Graduates must demonstrate knowledge about the basic and clinical sciences related to Obstetrics and Gynecology, as well as the skills and attitudes necessary to use this knowledge effectively as a physician.
Be aware of the basic managements in antenatal programs
Understand the clinical application of anatomy and physiology
Understand how to manage common elective and emergency cases

Pediatrics department

To  provide the basic knowledge of normal and abnormal growth development and its clinical application from birth till adolescence
To enable students to provide basic healthcare for pediatrics age groups
To provide students with appropriate knowledge and skills needed for management of the common and important pediatric emergencies and diseases
To provide students with appropriate professional attitude and communication and solving problems
To enable students to require lifelong learning competencies necessary for continuous professional development

Psychiatry department

The course is designed to provide medical students with a basic requirement to get a competent graduate when subjected to such problems in Primary Health Care Centers and other situations. It covers general characters, classifications and common clinical pictures, diagnosis, and control

Physical medicine department

The Department of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Rheumatology in the College, which implements the third dimension of the medical system
Which consists of preventive medicine, curative medicine (internal medicine and surgery in its departments) and rehabilitation medicine. It diagnoses, evaluates and treats all patients who have not been cured in the departments of internal medicine and surgery from patients with the musculoskeletal system and the spine and who need an integrated rehabilitation program to complete the treatment in the department
The number of three professors, a teacher, an assistant teacher and 4 deputies, and the priest performs an ultrasound examination (sonar) on the parts of the motor system, drawing muscles and the speed of nerve conduction (EMG) for the nervous system
With the presence of a complete physiotherapy treatment with its various devices, and there is a service for the treatment of spine diseases without surgery
By injection of all kinds and the use of CT. And C.-Arm and also using Chiropractic and the teaching staff give lectures
Rehabilitation
Rheumatology &
physical medicine
According to the course, theoretically and practically, scientific seminars were held with the participation of other departments, such as the Department of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, and the Department of Internal Medicine.

Clinical pathology department

Actively acquires the essential up to date knowledge about basics of clinical chemistry, hematology, clinical immunology and clinical microbiology
Long learning about the indications of laboratory investigations
Be aware of the interpretation of different laboratory results
Able to communicate and prepare effective laboratory research work

Urology department

Provide the ability to diagnose various urological diseases and their conservative and surgical treatment

Dermatology, venereology and andrology

Dermatology 602 course is designed to provide the learner with the cognitive dermatological background that enables him/her gaining maximum benefit from clinical training to be able to recognize, diagnose & manage common skin, sexually transmitted and andrological diseases presenting in the general practice and in his/her community. At the end of the course, the students will be able to acquire knowledge about definitions, etiology, types, pathogenesis, complications and treatment of different diseases.

Cardiothoracic surgery department

The aim of the course is to introduce the final year medical students to the basics of cardiothoracic surgery. The course will recall their knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, and cardiology and mold it to the art of cardiothoracic surgery. Students will be able to understand the nature of most common diseases requiring cardiothoracic surgical intervention. Students will be able to understand the basic techniques and different modalities of open-heart surgery and those of lung and mediastinal surgery

Internal medicine department

Actively acquires the essential up-to-date        knowledge  and  skills required for diagnosing and managing common

Cardiac, chest and renal problems.
Gastrointestinal, hepatic and infectious problems.
Liver diseases including metabolic, vascular and autoimmune diseases, pancreatic diseases and classification of anemia.
Common hematological diseases
Common Neurological diseases
Common endocrinal diseases

General surgery department

The Department of General Surgery was established and began to work from the first moments of the announcement of the opening of the Faculty of Medicine and its teaching hospital at Misr University for Science and Technology, the department aims to:

 

The educational and research role

The department teaches general surgery and its different branches For students of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Physiotherapy in addition to Providing educational policies for the postgraduate stage, such as training internship doctors and resident doctors, As well as doctors registered for postgraduate studies in the department And other various training programs under the supervision of elite staff From department.

 

Clinical and practical role

Various surgical specialties are available in the department, such as pediatric surgery, oncosurgery  , vascular surgery and plastic surgery. In addition to the establishment of the Department of General Surgery for specialized clinics under the supervision of the professors and unit managers in the department, such as the clinics for esophageal, stomach and obesity surgeries, and the clinic for colon and anal surgeries.

 

Service and societal role

 The department, in coordination with the university hospital, participates in all Free medical convoys and service initiatives Whether inside or outside 6th of October City. In addition to the research objectives, which aim to develop scientific research and serve the community.ش

Orthopedics department

Essential up-to-date knowledge and skills required for different orthopedics cases especially in the ER and orthopedic clinic

Anesthesiology & ICU department

Acquire knowledge about the role of the anesthetist in preoperative assessment and the implications of preexisting disease for the patient who undergoes anesthesia
Be aware of the basic airway and circulatory management in patients under anesthesia including resuscitative measures

Neurology Department

Radiology Department

The radiology department has a significant clinical,  educational, and social service roles.

Regarding its educational role:

The qualified doctors teach the clinical imaging curriculum to the medical and applied medical sciences undergraduate students, as well as the postgraduate students.

Regarding its clinical role:

The department offers diagnostic services through expert interpretation of the MRI, CT, X-Ray, and Ultrasound studies on In- and Out-patients.

Regarding its role in social services:

The department offers free medical check-ups under the organization of the University hospital in Medical caravans, in and out of town.

Our Mission
Message from the Dean
Our Vision
Our Policy

Our Mission

“Faculty of Medicine, Misr University for Science and Technology mission is: to prepare physicians; committed to the code of professional ethics, efficient in providing integrated healthcare; to satisfy community needs, capable of scientific research and sustainable professional development; in accordance with Academic Reference Standards. The faculty fosters applied scientific research system, and adopts effective social accountability model.”

Message from the Dean

Dear students,

College of Medicine, Misr University for Science and Technology was founded in 1996 and celebrated Silver Jubilee of 25 years of excellence at 2021. It is a private sector educational medical institution of high reputation; not only attracting you as Egyptian students with highest scores in pre-university education, but also for Middle East and Africa.

Our main goal as college team is directed to prepare “Tomorrow’s Doctors”, where a compassionate safe patient care is a priority.  Following national and international standards of medical education, competent professional graduate as a health care provider, promoter, scholar scientist and lifelong learner and researcher capable of community service is our social accountability model. 

In the recent years 2017- 2018, a paradigm shift to competency based medical education created a focus on student centred collaborative learning, learning in context and early clinical training via state of the art simulation lab, Egyptian knowledge bank facilities and international interactive platforms as well as integrated case based learning and more.

Fully equipped, and well operated University Hospital “Sauad Kafafi Teaching Hospital; SKH” enabled us to extend our clinical teaching experience in medical education, which is practiced by teams of clinicians and healthcare staff, who come together in examination rooms, causality, ORs or ICUs to introduce integrated patient care and therapy. This facilitates your transition as medical graduates from passive to active learning by team-based learning and constructive feedback.

In addition to scheduled medical care and community services, learning opportunities are created through “Outreach Programs” to the hospital catchment areas and public schools and sometimes even to remote demanding areas through portable hospital when it necessitates.

Also, our programs promote early research skills and competitions in national and international students’ conferences. A mandatory published research article is your graduation project to assure gaining research competency.

Worth mentioning, during the crisis of COVID 19 pandemics, virtual and distant learning and assessment were conducted successfully engaging all our medical graduates in more than 27 places in different Egyptian Governorates and internationally in Arabic and African countries and one case was in USA.

At last, we are here for you to guide for building your valued career as an accountable physician that usually striving for continuing professional development and capable of competing on the national, regional and international levels. WISH YOU ALWAYS THE BEST!

Prof. Dr. Nehad El Mahboub

Our Vision

“Faculty of Medicine, Misr University for Science and Technology aims to excellence and innovation in the field of medical education and scientific research; to be effective at most in serving national and regional communities, and to have an advanced position in the international universities ranking.”

Our Policy

MUST College of Medicine was born strong and efficient. The experienced professors in the college and the support of all the required facilities yielded a leading institution in this vital educational field. Each student has the opportunity to perform the essential training in a comfortable and caring atmosphere. Highly-equipped laboratories, museums, dissecting rooms, multimedia labs, and supply of library materials assist the student to follow the most recent advances in his/her field of interest. The worldwide information resources which is available through several linkages with prestigious libraries on North America and Europe allow the students to acquire advanced knowledge. These resources eventually allow the students to interact with a range of available teaching, research and practical studies. The clinical training in the final years takes place in the University’s Hospital, which is highly-equipped with surgical theatres, intensive care unit, and all outpatient specialized clinics. Also, Radiology Department and clinical laboratories complete the investigations and clinical teaching program. After graduation, students will be appointed as ‘house officers’ for one year in the University Hospital or in other governmental hospitals. Currently, there are more than 2,000 students enrolled in The college of Medicine and more than 300 qualified instructors involved in teaching activities. Students, instructors and the staff from the Dean’s Office guarantee a sound research-based education and promote academic career development. Our entire academic staff is fully committed to provide medical research and teaching. Along with our University’s Hospital we operate in an internationally prestigious and dynamic environment.

Strategic objectives of the College

  • Upgrading institutional capacity
  • Leading the development in medical education
  • Achieving excellence in scientific research
  • Enhancing community service and developing the environment
  • Actual practice of quality systems in institutional performance

Our Policy

MUST College of Medicine was born strong and efficient. The experienced professors in the college and the support of all the required facilities yielded a leading institution in this vital educational field. Each student has the opportunity to perform the essential training in a comfortable and caring atmosphere. Highly-equipped laboratories, museums, dissecting rooms, multimedia labs, and supply of library materials assist the student to follow the most recent advances in his/her field of interest. The worldwide information resources which is available through several linkages with prestigious libraries on North America and Europe allow the students to acquire advanced knowledge. These resources eventually allow the students to interact with a range of available teaching, research and practical studies. The clinical training in the final years takes place in the University’s Hospital, which is highly-equipped with surgical theatres, intensive care unit, and all outpatient specialized clinics. Also, Radiology Department and clinical laboratories complete the investigations and clinical teaching program. After graduation, students will be appointed as ‘house officers’ for one year in the University Hospital or in other governmental hospitals.
Currently, there are more than 2,000 students enrolled in The college of Medicine and more than 300 qualified instructors involved in teaching activities. Students, instructors and the staff from the Dean’s Office guarantee a sound research-based education and promote academic career development.

Our entire academic staff is fully committed to provide medical research and teaching. Along with our University’s Hospital we operate in an internationally prestigious and dynamic environment.

MUST College of Medicine E-Learning Portal

We live in a time where information technology is a part of every field in everyone’s life. Our university along with our bright young minds have inspired to incorporate technology with academic teaching.
Skills lab offers students the opportunity to learn practical skills in a safe environment without burdening or endangering patients.
The clarity and consistency of our policies and procedures created these learning guides and checklists so that all medical students receive the same information and follow the steps of competency achievement. Also, using these learning guides as a roadmap to understand and meet medical practical skills requirements.
Because of the college’s location, it has unique opportunities to engage in collaborations with other faculties, universities, and the private sector.

International Affiliation

MUST medical college and university of central Florida USA signed an agreement in 3/10/2016 that promote the mutual collaborative activities between both parties to pursue the following forms of collaboration
a) Exchange of graduates or undergraduate students and/or medical students.
b) Exchange of academic personnel.
c) Cooperative research and development activities.
d) Cooperative design of courses, conferences, symposia, or academic programs.
e) Exchange of academic or scientific materials and publications of common interest.
Must medical college offer USMLE exam for students and applicants through a ConnecME Becker Medical Training
Please visit:
MUST-UCF-General Agreement-2016-signed by Chandia

Business Plan for MoU between Misr University for science and Technology, Egypt & Canterbury Christ Church University, United Kingdom (2016 – 2019): Three phases applied over three years.

Mainly applied for:
– Undergraduate Education (UG): student exchange with short term visits for staff to follow up their students and participate in different activities.
– Postgraduate Education (PG):
MUST will be able to recruit PG candidates at the Institute of Medical sciences, Canterbury, starting next academic year, September 2017.
Business Model and Plan for MoU between CCCU and MUST

Shared core values:

• Belonging to the homeland and society
• Adhering to the ethics of the profession
• Lifelong learning, excellence and creativity
• Teamwork
• Honesty, honesty and integrity
• Dedication to work and love of giving
• Mutual respect
• Take into account the feelings of others