Bachelor's degree studies

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Iasi (Romania) boasts state-of-the-art infrastructure, i.e., lecture halls, lecture rooms, PC suites and study rooms equipped with audio-visual and 3D facilies.

Fully complying with Direcve 2005/36/EC, the course content comprises 360 ECTS and is designed to foster knowledge as well as practical abilities.
The teaching methods are adapted to the requirements of the European Higher Education Area.

Curriculum

» Curriculum 2016-2017 (.pdf)

The curriculum includes the following compulsory subjects:
A. Basic subjects:
Biophysics, chemistry, animal biology, plant biology, biomathematics and computer science
B. Specific subjects:
- Group 1: a. Basic sciences
Anatomy, Cellular biology, histology and embryology, physiology, physiopathology, biochemistry, genetics, pharmacology, pharmacy, toxicology, immunology, epidemiology, deontology
- Group 2: b. Clinical sciences
Obstetrics, reproduction and its pathology, pathological anatomy, parasitology, medical pathology, surgery, propaedeutics and anesthesiology, semiology (including radiology), clinical courses on various domestic animals, poultry and other species, preventive medicine, veterinary state medicine and public health, veterinary legislation, forensic medicine, therapeutics.
- Group 3: c. Animal productions
Animal productions, animal nutrition, agronomy, rural economy, animal husbandry, veterinary hygiene and environmental protection, ethology
- Group 4: d. Food hygiene
Inspection and control of food products of animal origin, food hygiene and technology, legislation, practical training (including training in slaughter houses, butcheries, factories of processing foods of animal origin).
- Group 5: Professional knowledge
Management, marketing, management of projects.

Other details

The "Doctor of Veterinary Medicine" graduation diploma is unanimously recognized in all EU member states. The programme is available in both Romanian and English.

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine emphasizes intellectual achievement in our three-fold mission: animal care, education and research. Our students are matched in quality by the high level of instruction and research in all basic science and clinical departments. This actively contributes to enriching the intellectual environment that generates innovation and progress in medical care.