Direction of General Medicine – is the direction in field of health care, which covers a set of medical spheres, methods, practices of human activity, aimed to developing the medical sphere and professional skills. In our country the department of General Medicine is one of the most famous departments, which has been providing medical education to specialists of that sphere during hundred years.

Aim of the educational program 

Main purpose is to provide students with practical, theoretical knowledges in fundamental, pre-clinic and clinical subjects. And as the result to get General Practitioner.


After graduating 6  year program, they will get diploma of General practitioner. Graduates can continue educational program in Master’s in more than 70 specializations.

Educational program in Bachelor: 

In the 1-2 course students will study medical-biological subjects (human anatomy, medical chemistry, medical biology, histology, normal physiology and introduction to medicine and etc.)
In the 3-4 course students will cover pre-clinic and clinical subjects (pathological anatomy, pathological physiology, pharmacology, propedeutics to internal diseases, propedeutics to children’s disease, pediatrics, hematology, medical psychology and etc.)
In the 5-6 course students will observe professional subjects (hospital surgery, hospital therapy, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, psychiatry, clinical pharmacology, surgical diseases, internal disease and etc.) 

After the Bachelor’s degree in General Medicine within two years Master’s degree and residency might be covered in the specializations mentioned below:

  • Obstetrics and gynecology;
  • Endocrinology;
  • Therapy;
  • Otolaryngology;
  • Cardiology;
  • Ophthalmology;
  • Infectious diseases;
  • Dermato-venerology;
  • Neurology;
  • General Oncology;
  • Psychiatry;
  • Surgery;
  • Instrumental and functional diagnosis;
  • Neurosurgery;
  • Management of Public health;
  • Medical psychology;
  • Urology;
  • Morphology;
  • Narcology;
  • Anesthesiology and rheumatology;
  • Traumatology and orthopedy;
  • Forensic medicine;
  • Pathological anatomy;
  • Medical emergency; 
  • Pharmacology 

Also, scientifical research may be run based on the specializations.