Masters

Master in Veterinary Medicine

Education in Veterinary Medicine accredited by the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE)

The Master in Veterinary Medicine has the following objectives:

  1. Ensure adequate veterinary training, based on scientific research, during which students learn to care for animal health and welfare, contribute to a sustainable, competitive animal production, in respect for the environment, to protect humans from zoonoses and to ensure the quality and safety of food products of animal origin.
  2. Provide high-level training at which students demonstrate:
  1. To apply their knowledge and their ability to understand and solve problems in new situations, in wide multidisciplinary contexts, in the field of veterinary sciences.
  2. The ability to integrate knowledge, handle complex issues, develop solutions and make judgments in situations of limited or incomplete information, including reflections on the implications and ethical and social responsibilities that result from those solutions and judgments.
  3. Be able to communicate their conclusions, and the knowledge and reasoning that underlie them, in a clear and objective manner.
  4. Develop skills to enable them to an autonomous lifelong learning.

Regulation

 

Study Plan

 

1st semester ECTS
Anatomy I 4.5
Biophysics 4.5
Embryology and Developmental Biology 4.5
Biomathematics, Computing and Documentation 5.0
Biochemistry I 4.0
Deontology and Bioethics 2.0
Histology I 4.5
Complementary activities I 1.0
2nd semester  
Anatomy II 4.5
Plant Biology, Agriculture and Environment 5.0
Biochemistry II 5.0
Molecular Biology of the Cell 5.0
Histology II 4.5
Zootechnics 5.0
Complementary activities II 1.0
3rd semester  
Anatomy III 4.5
Animal Behavior and Welfare 5.0
Physiology I 4.5
Microbiology I 5.0
Parasitology I 5.0
General Pathology 5.0
Complementary activities III 1.0
4th semester  
Anatomical Pathology I 5.0
Economics and Management 4.0
Epidemiology 3.0
Physiology II 4.5
Genetics 5.0
Microbiology II 3.0
Parasitology II 4.5
Complementary activities IV 1.0
5th semester  
Anatomical Pathology II 5.0
Pharmacology and Therapeutics I 4.5
Immunology 4.0
Animal Nutrition 4.5
Anaesthesia and Analgesia 4.0
Medical Propaedeutics I 4.5
Optional 2.5
Clinical Rotations I 1.0
6th semester  
Animal Feeding 4.0
Pharmacology and Therapeutics II 5.0
Hygiene and Food Safety 4.5
Imagiology 4.0
Surgical Semiology and Operative Techniques 4.5
Medical Propaedeutics II 4.5
Optional 2.5
Clinical Rotations II 1.0
7th semester  
Medicine I 4.5
Surgery I 4.0
Pathology and Clinics of Infectious Diseases I 4.5
Pathology and Clinics of Parasitic Diseases 4.5
Animal Production I 4.0
Reproduction and Obstetrics I 5.0
Optional 2.5
Clinical Rotations III 1.0
8th semester  
Medicine II 4.5
Surgery II 4.0
Pathology and Clinics of Infectious Diseases II 4.5
Animal Breeding 4.5
Animal Production II 4.5
Reproduction and Obstetrics II 5.0
Optional 2.5
Clinical Rotations IV 1.0
9th semester  
Food Animal Clinics I 3.5
Companion Animal Clinics I 4.0
Equine Clinics I 2.0
Diagnostic Imaging 3.5
Veterinary Inspection I 4.5
General Technology 4.5
Toxicology 4.5
Optional 2.5
Clinical Rotations V 1.0
10th semester  
Food Animal Clinics II 3.0
Companion Animal Clinics II 3.5
Equine Clinics II 2.0
Herd Health 4.5
Veterinary Inspection II 4.5
Veterinary Public Health 4.5
Technology of Animal Products 4.5
Optional 2.5
Clinical Rotations VI 1.0
11th semester  
Curricular Traineeship 30

Optional Subjects

Subject  
Food Quality from the Consumer Perspective  2.5
Applications of Genetic Engineering in Veterinary Sciences  2.5
Dog Production and Uses  2.5
Organic Livestock Production  2.5
Animal Production in Tropical Regions  2.5
Aquaculture  2.5
Ocular Repercussions of Systemic Diseases  2.5
Horse Production and Use  2.5
Alternative Medicines Overview  2.5
Pest's Control  2.5
Lameness in Sport Horses  2.5
Equine Neonatology  2.5
Antibacterial Therapy Strategies in Veterinary Medicine  2.5
Production and Pathology of the Pigeon  2.5
Tropical Infectious and Parasitic Diseases  2.5
Clinical Toxicology 2.5 
New Companion Animal (Exotics) Practice 2.5 
Risk Analysis 2.5 
Wildlife and Conservation Medicine 2.5 
Forensic Science in Veterinary Medicine 2.5 
Food Complementary Analysis 2.5 
Dermatology - Evidence Based Approach 2.5 
Multidisciplinary Perspective of Pain Management 2.5 
Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy in Small Animals 2.5 
Clinical Immunology in Companion Animals 2.5 
Morphofunctional Aspects of Bravo de Lide Breed  2.5
Food Biochemistry  2.5
Applications of Mammalian Cell Manipulation in Veterinary Sciences  2.5
Honeybee Health  2.5
Cat Breeding 2.5 
Innovative Antimicrobial Approaches in Veterinary Medicine 2.5
Clinical Challenges in Canine and Feline Endocrinology 2.5
Complementary Studies in Dentistry and Oral Surgery of the Dog and Cat 2.5