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The Degree Courses in Medicine and Surgery (CLMMC) are divided into six years and are established within the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery.

In order to achieve the educational objectives, the single-cycle masters degree programme foresees a total of 360 ECTS credits, divided into the six years of the course, of which at least 60 are acquired in training activities aimed at developing specific professional skills.

The course is organized in 12 semesters and 36 integrated courses, which are assigned specific ECTS credits by the Council of the educational structure in accordance with the provisions laid out in the table of essential training activities. Each ECTS credit corresponds to a 25-hour student commitment, of which normally no more than 12 hours of frontal lessons, or 20 hours of assisted study within the educational structure. Each professional ECTS credit corresponds to 25 hours of work per student, of which 20 hours of professional activity with teacher guidance in small groups within the educational structure or externally and 5 hours of individual revision regarding the activities studied.


The Council of the teaching structure establishes in the “Study Manifesto”, which determines the articulation in integrated courses, semesters, the relative ECTS credits, the "core curriculum" and the learning objectives (including those related to the ECTS credits gained through professional training activities) specific to each integrated course, and the type of exam assessment. The exams (a maximum of 36) are programmed by the competent Council of the teaching structure during the periods when there are no frontal teaching activities. On passing these exams, students can acquire the corresponding ECTS credits.

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Second year

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
BIOCHEMISTRY 1026210 First semester 9 Italian
HUMAN ANATOMY 1026645 First semester 8 Italian
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 1036315 First semester 8 Italian
Pre-Clinical Scientific Methods 1056190 First semester 4 Italian
HUMAN ANATOMY 1026645 Second semester 6 Italian
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 1036315 Second semester 7 Italian
MICROBIOLOGY 1016787 Second semester 7 Italian
Pre-Clinical Scientific Methods 1056190 Second semester 9 Italian

Third year

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 1036315 First semester 2 Italian
IMMUNOLOGY AND IMMUNOPATHOLOGY 1027124 First semester 8 MED/04 Italian
LABORATORY MEDICINE 1026640 First semester 4 Italian
Clinical Scientific Methods 1056191 First semester 5 Italian
GENERAL PATHOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 10589847 First semester 9 Italian
LABORATORY MEDICINE 1026640 Second semester 7 Italian
PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY AND ANATOMO-CLINICAL CORRELATIONS 1026638 Second semester 4 Italian
Clinical Scientific Methods 1056191 Second semester 11 Italian
GENERAL PATHOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 10589847 Second semester 8 Italian

Fourth year

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY AND ANATOMO-CLINICAL CORRELATIONS 1026638 First semester 6 Italian
INTEGRATED MEDICAL-SURGICAL PATHOLOGY I 1026649 First semester 12 Italian
INTEGRATED MEDICAL-SURGICAL PATHOLOGY II 1026646 First semester 5 Italian
Applied Medical Scientific Methods 1056195 First semester 6 Italian
PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY AND ANATOMO-CLINICAL CORRELATIONS 1026638 Second semester 2 Italian
PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY 1026634 Second semester 4 Italian
IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS 1026658 Second semester 6 Italian
INTEGRATED MEDICAL-SURGICAL PATHOLOGY III 1026651 Second semester 13 Italian
Applied Medical Scientific Methods 1056195 Second semester 5 Italian

Fifth year

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY 1026634 First semester 3 Italian
INTEGRATED MEDICAL-SURGICAL PATHOLOGY IV 1026648 First semester 8 Italian
INTEGRATED MEDICAL-SURGICAL PATHOLOGY V 1026661 First semester 6 Italian
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM - E 1031966 First semester 5 Italian
INTERNAL MEDICINE AND GENERAL SURGERY I 1026632 First semester 8 Italian
DERMATOLOGY AND PLASTIC SURGERY 1026657 Second semester 3 Italian
PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 1031967 Second semester 4 Italian
DISEASES OF THE LOCOMOTOR APPARATUS AND RHEUMATOLOGY - E 1031965 Second semester 3 Italian
PATHOLOGIES OF THE SENSE ORGANS - 1026653 Second semester 8 Italian
MEDICAL SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY PUBLIC HEALTH 1026639 Second semester 4 Italian
ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1026211 Second semester 2 Italian

Sixth year

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
PEDIATRICS 1042104 First semester 6 Italian
INTERNAL MEDICINE AND GENERAL SURGERY II 1026637 First semester 8 Italian
GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS 1026655 First semester 5 Italian
MEDICAL SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY PUBLIC HEALTH 1026639 First semester 3 Italian
INTERNAL MEDICINE AND GENERAL SURGERY III 1026308 Second semester 10 Italian
MEDICAL SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY LEGAL MEDICINE 1026656 Second semester 5 Italian
MEDICAL SURGICAL EMERGENCIES - E 1031955 Second semester 10 Italian
ADE AAF1368 Second semester 8 Italian
Final exam AAF1016 Second semester 18 Italian

The ongoing tests are designed to measure the effectiveness of learning and teaching processes in relation to certain contents:

• ongoing non-compulsory tests (non idoneative), when organized, have no certification value, are not compulsory for the students but do not exempt students preparing the entire contents of the Integrated Course in the examination. In fact, they simply serve as an indication to students of their preparation.

• the ongoing pass/fail tests (idoneative), organized at the end of one of the course semesters, can be optionally taken by the students. The tests measure the level of preparation concerning the programme carried out during that semester. The result is then registered in a special diary-booklet with scores expressed in thirtieths and, if the exam is passed, any new assessment is no longer necessary. Students, however, are required to demonstrate during the exam knowledge of the topics of the oral test through the use of references or citations.

 

The Path of Excellence is an integrative course, included in the regular course, which focuses on translational scientific research, and which consists of interdisciplinary seminar activities and apprenticeships aimed at enhancing the talent of students who, during their first three years of their Masters Degree, have shown a propensity to reprocess their acquired knowledge constructively and originally.

All information relating to the final exam is contained in the Graduation section