جامعة النجاح الوطنية
An-Najah National University
Biomedical Sciences
Duration: 36 Months (3 Years)
Degree Awarded: Bachelor
Student must complete 131 credit hours

University Requirements Student must complete 19 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
10032100 Remedial English 0
3
This course aims to establish the concept of Islamic culture and its position among the other international cultures, its position in the Muslim life, its sources, its bases and its characteristics.This course aims to introduce the Islamic culture in faith, worship, relations, morals, and knowledge, to discuss the clash between cultures in addition to Globalization, Human Rights, Woman Rights, Democracy and other contemporary issues.
3
This course aims to improve the level of students in language skills and various literary, read and absorb and express written, and oral and tasted literary, through texts flags authors and poets in different eras, lessons in Grammar and spelling, and brief definition months dictionaries and Arab old ones the modern and how to use them,This course aims to implement the Arabic language in the areas of reading and expression of both types oral and written communication.
3
This course begins with a review of all types of sentences in English, and then proceeds to paragraph writing. Students learn how to write a topic sentence, develop and support it with examples.This course aim to learn student how to organize their writing and speaking to achieve coherence among sentences in a paragraph. In addition, students learn about their subject a lot of technical terms. ( this aim is related with general objects no 7 of this curriculum)
3
The course is mandatory for university students from various disciplines, so it does provide students with knowledge and information about the Palestinian reality and in particular the political developments of the Palestinian cause since its inception until the present day in line social and economic developments and political which constitute the main pillars for the study of the Palestinian political reality.This course aims to study Palestinian issue from its begging until present day in social, economic and political issue.
11000108 Community Service 1
11000117 Leadership and Communication Skills 1
11000126 Introduction to Computer Science and Skills 2
3
This course begins with a review of all types of sentences in English, and then proceeds to paragraph writing. Students learn how to write a topic sentence, develop and support it with examples.This course aims to teach students how to organize their writing and speaking to achieve coherence among sentences in a paragraph. In addition, to teach students a lot of technical terms.

Speciality Requirements, Basic Medical Sciences Student must complete 87 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
2
This course covers general anatomy (terminology, body organization and body tissues). This is in addition to skeletal, muscular, and cardiovascular, nervous, gastrointestinal, urinary, and genital systems.This course aims to define the skeletal, muscular, nervous, gastrointestinal, urinary system of the body.
3
    • 7101101 or
    • 7101204
This course concentrates on all medical relevant aspect of human anatomy to medical students. It details the study of the gross anatomical structure of Abdomen thorax and pelvis by means of classic lectures, dissection, and special electronic materials. The course includes one Ch lab that covers the whole course except head and neck which was included with Neuroanatomy lab.This course aims to study in detail the gross anatomy of thorax, abdomen and pelvis.
7101104 Anatomy Thorax Abdomen Pelvis lab. 0
4
These courses provide students with basic aspects of medical physiology “cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal, gastrointestinal and reproduction”, in addition to principles of general physiology, the control of different organs and the coordination among them. Special emphasis will be on water, electrolyte and acid-base balance, body responses and adaptation to various stress conditions and physiological disorders. The course includes a one credit hour lab that will cover all the systems.
4
    • 7102201
These courses provide students with basic aspects of medical physiology “cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal, gastrointestinal and reproduction”, in addition to principles of general physiology, the control of different organs and the coordination among them. Special emphasis will be on water, electrolyte and acid-base balance, body responses and adaptation to various stress conditions and physiological disorders. The course includes a one credit hour lab that will cover all the systems.The aim of this course is to provide the student principles of general physiology of organs, the control of different organs and the coordination among them in the body.
0
    • 7102202
This course acquaints students with the essential practical aspects of physiology. Practical sessions will be held on cell physiology with special emphasis on diffusion through living and nonliving membranes; blood physiology with special emphasis on hematocrit, and complete blood count; renal physiology and electrolytes imbalance with special focus on filtration and urine analysis; cardiovascular physiology with special emphasis on blood pressure and electrocardiography; physiology of the nervous system with special emphasis on reflexes; respiratory physiology with special emphasis on spirometry.
2
These courses are designed to give students detailed description of general histology and organology with the emphasis on human material.
2
    • 7103101
These courses are designed to give students detailed description of general histology and organology with the emphasis on human material.
5
In the Pathology 1&2 courses, students learn to apply the principles and mechanisms of diseases. The courses cover basic disease patterns involving etiology, pathogenesis and morphologic changes. At the end of this courses the student should underlying different clinical situations and participate actively in clinical rounds, and to properly describe the disease process, differential diagnoses, and diagnostic steps, including laboratory correlation
5
    • 7103301
These courses introduce medical student to the pharmacological concepts of drugs and other xenobiotics action. The classification, mechanism of action, therapeutic uses and toxic effects of pharmacological agents will be stressed. Discussion of representative examples of major drug classes will be emphasized, and treatment modalities, whenever appropriate will be presented. This basic course is planned to assist the student, via lectures, clinical correlative discussions and independent study, to be able to understand pharmacological therapy in the clinical phase of medical education.
7103309 Pathology 1 Lab. 0
7103310 Pathology II Lab. 0
3
A discussion of biology activity at the level of the single cell. Cell structure. Chemicalconstituents, material exchanges with the environment and the cell membrane. Majorenergy generating biochemical pathways. Photosynthesis and control of cellularactivities
3
    • 10231114
This is an introduction to the study of biological compounds, carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, in the human body, and their metabolic reactivity; the way the body gets energy. It also introduces, briefly, major aspects of enzymology, types of restraining enzymatic reactivity and enzyme structures and co-enzymes. The course has one credit hour lab.
1
This course is designed for students follow the medical laboratory program only. This is constructed in a manner to cover the essential lab methods and major laboratory techniques which will provide student with comprehensive understanding of major experiments done for carbohydrates, lipid, and protein. In addition to the enzyme kinetic as well as the basis of molecular biology.
2
An integrated function of the human body is considered ranging widely from cellular to higher organ-system levels. This course will cover the molecular composition of living cells, the chemical reactions that biological components undergo the regulation of these reactions and the nutrients that are needed by the living cells. The course material covers bioenergetics and intermediary metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins and their enzymatic regulation. It is a fundamental biological and medical science course that provides an understanding to cell biology, microbiology, nutrition, pharmacology, pathology and physiology at the molecular level. The course has one credit hour lab.
1
This lab will provide student with essentials in molecular biology, and related experimental technique. Students will be familiar with cell culture, karyotyping, DNA sequencing, PCR, tissue preparation, DNA and RNA extraction, and bioinformatics. This lab covers the practical aspect of molecular biochemistry course.
2
This course provides students with comprehensive view of the science of genetics. It covers the history and development of genetics, structure and function of genes, chromosomes and their anomalies, patterns of single gene inheritance, types and mechanisms of mutations and tools of human molecular genetics.
4
    • 7105403
A two semester course specialized in basic and medical microbiology. The first part introduces medical students to basic concepts in microbiology including, bacteriology, virology, mycology and parasitology. The second part concentrates on medical microbiology and provides core knowledge of infectious disease processes affecting each organ system, as well as working knowledge of the appropriate clinical laboratory investigations. The course has one credit hour laboratory, which covers a variety of microbiological and immunological techniques, with experiments designed to illustrate major concepts of bacteriology, virology, mycology and immunology.
3
    • 7105403
This course concentrates on the basic and clinical science of the immune system and its relationship to other sciences and biological systems of mammals. The first part will concentrate on function-structure relationship of the immune system and its components such as the lymphoid tissue and cells, as well as the development and function of the immune system. The second part concentrates on the clinical science of the immune system and its role in the prevention, causation and diagnosis of human diseases such as cancer, autoimmune disease and other topics.
3
    • 7104212 or
    • 7104202
    • 7105403
    • 7105302
    • 7105306
Theoretical and practical introduction to general and special medical laboratory techniques. Techniques include making and formulating chemical solutions and compounds, processing clinical specimens in all medical laboratory branches including: Routine, Microbiology, Hematology, Blood bank, Immunology and Serology, Molecular genetics, Histopathology and Cytology and Clinical chemistry.
3
This course introduces medical students to basic concepts in microbiology including, bacteriology, virology, mycology and Parasitology. The course has one credit hour laboratory, which covers a variety of microbiological and immunological techniques, with experiments designed to illustrate major concepts of bacteriology, virology, mycology and immunology.
1
    • 7105403
This course is intended to teach the students of medical specializations, the most important practical skills and methodologies used in the Microbiology lab.The course includes several practical sessions that start with an introductory lab, which introduces the students to the main concepts of the biosafety levels, safety rules, the most important equipments and instruments used in the Microbiology lab, and the theoretical basics of light and electron microscopy.Each of the other practical sessions includes a comprehensive explanation of the theoretical basics of the experiment(s) assigned to be conducted during the session, the practical steps of the experiment(s), and analysis as well as interpretation of the obtained results.The practical skills and procedures of these sessions include, types and preparation of bacterial artificial culture media, staining procedures used to identify and characterize bacteria and some of their structural components, the main methods used in bacterial enumeration, sterilization and disinfection, some of the main bacterial diagnostics tests, and antibiotic sensitivity tests.
3
This course aims at studying individual, family and community relationships, the cause of pathological phenomena in the society and their symptoms, sources of water and its pollution, air-transmitted diseases, flora and fauna. In addition, the course highlights diseases resulting from technological and urban development. Noise pollution is a case in point. It deals with the dimensions of personal and environmental health and their relationship to social, economic, psychological and political factors, measurements and indices of community health status. Theoretical framework for viewing organizational issues in the delivery of health services is also discussed
2
This course includes normal and therapeutic nutrition. The role of nutrition in promoting wellness and regaining wellness will be emphasized. Nutritional care of clients with abnormal reactions due to a single or multiple problems will be covered. Furthermore, common nutritional problems in Arab World as well as nutritional education to individuals, families, and communities will be emphasized.
3
Applications of physical sciences in medical technology are the main field of this course. Topics include bio-mechanics, sound and hearing, pressure and motion of fluids, heat and temperature, electricity and magnetism in the body, optics and the eye, biological effects of light, use of ionizing radiation in diagnosis and therapy, radiation safety and medical instrumentation.
1
This is an introductory course which aims at teaching essential skills needed inemergency cases and the methods of providing patients with first aid prior to latertreatment. It also teaches appropriate behavior during sudden critical situations such asbleeding and burns and how to prevent these dangers
3
This course introduce important notion in medical psychology and different old and modern approach of behavioral theories applied to the field of patient care and encounter.
3
This covers physchological topics mainly how to deal with patients with physchiatric disorders
7309201 Pharmacology I 4
7309202 Pharmacology II 4
3
This course introduces the methods of statistical data classification and presentation, as well as their collection, organization and analysis. It also introduces principles of probabilities, some probability distributions, and distribution of samples, testing of hypotheses, simple linear regression and correlation, analysis of variance. There will be also medical and biological applications on all of the aforementioned .
3
A comprehensive survey of chemistry for premedical students which emphasize theprinciples underlying the formation and interaction of chemical substances:stoichiometry, states of matter, thermo-chemistry, atomic and molecular structure,intermolecular forces, solutions, thermodynamics, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acidsand bases, electrochemistry and introduction to organic and biological chemistry. Thecourse includes one credit hour laboratory
1
    • 10231114
Set of experiments are conducted which involves acid radical characterizations. Gas laws, Stoichiometry empirical formula and other topics related to general chemistry.
3
    • 10231114
    • 10231115
The course comprises a systematic study of nomenclature, structure, properties, and reactions of aliphatic compounds. Attention is given to recent developments in interpretation of structure and reaction mechanisms. The course will address the basic concepts in organic chemistry for students who are planning to study medicine, dentistry, pharmacy or health professions. The course will concentrate on the hybridization theory, molecular geometry and polarity of the covalent bond. Nomenclature of alkanes, alkyl halides, alkenes, and alkynes as well as their reactivity and mechanism of reactions are included. Stereoisomerism and optical activity will be given special attention since biologically active compounds are often chiral. Oxygen containing functional groups (alcohols, ethers and epoxides) and alicyclic hydrocarbons will be addressed too. The course includes one credit hour laboratory.
1
    • 10231236
The course comprises a systematic study of nomenclature, structure, properties, and reactions of aliphatic compounds. Attention is given to recent developments in interpretation of structure and reaction mechanisms. The course will address the basic concepts in organic chemistry for students who are planning to study medicine, dentistry, pharmacy or health professions. The course will concentrate on the hybridization theory, molecular geometry and polarity of the covalent bond. Nomenclature of alkanes, alkyl halides, alkenes, and alkynes as well as their reactivity and mechanism of reactions are included. Stereoisomerism and optical activity will be given special attention since biologically active compounds are often chiral. Oxygen containing functional groups (alcohols, ethers and epoxides) and alicyclic hydrocarbons will be addressed too. The course includes one credit hour laboratory.

Speciality Optional Requirements, First Set Student must complete 25 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
7001001 Remedial General Biology 0
7001002 Remedial Physics 0
3
This course is designed for students of health sciences so that they can master skills of basic math, use of measurement systems, and strategies of problem solving needed in health-science courses. Fractional equations and formulas; ratios, proportions, and inverse variations; percents; the metric system of measurement; apothecaries' and household systems of measurement; calculations needed to determine dosages; construction and reading of graphs; introduction to statistics, including measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion.
7101200 Anatomy Limbs & Back lab. 0
3
This course designed to provide knowledge of the organ systems within the limbs and back area, and to help students understand the structural relationship between such organs and the visual system. Laboratory hours will be used to examine models, films and slides to understand the organ system.This course aims to study in detail the gross anatomy of limbs ( upper and lower limbs) and back.
2
A course designed to provide knowledge of the organ systems within the head and neck area, and to help students understand the structural relationship between such organs and the visual system. Laboratory hours will be used to examine models, films and slides to understand the organ system.This course aims to study in detail the gross anatomy and system of head and neck.
3
The aim of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the structural organization of the human central nervous system in sufficient depth to form the basic for further clinical studies of the nervous system. Students will learn to identify the major features of the brain and spinal cord (using protected specimen’s models and cross-sectional images) to understand the structural and functional relationships between these structures and to apply this knowledge to the clinical situation. The course include 1 hour lab that covers also head and neck anatomy.
3
Human embryology from fertilization to the end of the fetal period will be reviewed. Topics include: current concepts in mammalian morphogenesis applied to the development of various organ systems, the principles of teratology; mechanisms of malformation and the etiology and pathogenesis of some of the more common human congenital abnormalities.
2
This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of the human gross anatomy of the head and neck with special emphasis on the eye and orbit; gross microscopic look and embryology of the eye and associated structures. Laboratory hours will be dedicated to presenting models of the human eye, head and neck with an emphasis on histological studies of various ocular tissues
3
    • 7101203 or
    • 7102102
The course covers basic neuroanatomy, neurohistology and neurophysiology, focussing on processes involved in sensory and motor functions of the CNS. This knowledge will provide the foundations to understand the abnormal functional disorders and disabilities that may result from disease or trauma to the central nervous system
2
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive study of the physiology of the eye, including related pathophysiological mechanisms. The course provides an integrated approach of the physiology of the eye by looking at these specific areas: Smooth muscles of the eye, the extra ocular striated muscles, conjunctiva, the lacrimal apparatus, the cornea, the iris, the lens, the ciliary body & the vitreous body, production and drainage of aqueous humour & its effect on intraocular pressure
3
This is a theoretical and analytical study of different body fluids. Pathological results, accompanied with clinical changes in the body, will be compared with the normal results of these fluids.
1
This course aims to understand the composition, testing procedures, and the clinical correlation of results for different body fluids (such as urine, cerebrospinal, synovial, pleural, pericardial, peritoneal, and seminal fluid). Moreover, the student learn the appropriate laboratory techniques, methodologies, instruments and equipment; and accurately calculate, record, and report body fluid results to improve patient care.
3
    • 7103101
Study the basic principles of endocrinology, focusing on major endocrine glands which regulate the metabolism and biochemical functions, growth and reproduction, Structure synthesis, effects of major hormones in the body, their secretion in normal and abnormal cases, and laboratory diagnosis of ass
3
This is a study of blood constituents in health and disease states with special emphasis on lab diagnosis. In addition, the course is a study of different pneumonia diseases, blood cancer, factors behind blood clotting and other related diseases. The course include one credit practical
1
The course is designed to provide students with the basic concepts and techniques in the hematology laboratory. Tests of red blood cells, hemoglobin, platelets, white blood cells and coagulation systems are included in the course. The practical work in the course is designed to expand and reinforce the ideas introduced in the lectures. Enough background and instructions on laboratory methods and instrumentation are provided to enable satisfactory laboratory performance. Automation in hematology laboratory is also discussed in addition to various automated processes used in Hematology. The lab is located in faculty of Science (14B3250) and designed to accept 20-22 students. The lab is equipped with different types of automations such as spectrophotometer, coagulation analyzer, water bathes, centrifuges and others.The following are examples of some experiments that are conducted in the lab:Principle of blood withdrawing and AnticoagulantsCell counts (RBCs, WBCS and platelets)Automated Cell count (complete blood count) CBCHemoglobin and hematocrit determinationBlood films and differential count of WBCsReticulocyte countOsmotic Fragility of erythrocyteAnti-globulin Coomb’s testErythrocyte sedimentation Rate (ESR)Bleeding time, Clotting time, PT and PTTExamination of prepared blood film and bone marrow of abnormal cases
1
This course covers the normal blood coagulation, the Pathophysiology of hemorrhagic and thrombotic diseases and the principles of assays performed in investigation of hemostasis. The practical part provides bench-level instruction on the performance, interpretation and quality control of routine and specialized tests in the evaluation of hemostasis,
1
This laboratory session covering the laboratory and molecular biological tests needed for the diagnosis of bleeding and clotting disorders including bleeding time, PT, PTT , aPTT, platelets count , and platelets function test, quantitative determination of coagulating factors .
1
The purpose of this course is to study different blood groups, Rh factor, test making, separation of blood constituents, methods of blood donation and reception and the precautions to be taken before and after blood taking
1
In this course you will learn the laboratory techniques for identification of antigens and antibodies for ABO, Rh and other blood group systems. In addition to that, this course provides student with the scientific procedures for donor screening, blood collection, antibody screening, cross-matching, ABO discrepancies, problems associated with pregnancy, and quality control and safety rules in blood bank.
3
This is an advanced study of different human body fluids in health and disease states. The course also introduces methods of estimating these fluids by using high tech equipment and how to estimate normal and abnormal values in the body. It is also a quantitative and instrumental analysis. Particular emphasis is given to diagnosis, treatment, and disease prevention. Case studies of patients and quality control concepts will also be covered
1
This course is designed to provide the principles of clinical chemistry investigation in health and disease. Through the course students will conduct the experiments to investigate body fluids for major and important parameters done to diagnose several diseases with emphasis on the technique used to measure these parameters.
2
    • 7104101
This course is designed to give major general concepts in cell biology and to provide medical students with basic biological principles and understanding of various biological processes that govern life of the cell, its structure function and reproduction
3
This is a detailed study of running a microbiological lab and how to take samples from patients and send them to lab for testing. The course also deals with methods of isolating and identifying bacteria from these samples and their diagnosis with emphasis on microbial diagnosis. It is also a study of bacteria causing diseases from clinical and diagnostic aspects
1
Study the major laboratory test for bacterial diagnosis and antibiotic sensitivity test.
3
Topics covered in this course include morphology, structure, diseases and laboratory diagnosis of parasites, their life cycle, ways of infection and prevention with an emphasis on lab diagnosis of these parasites.
1
This Lab covers the biology, morphology, and microscopic diagnosis of major human parasite in stool, urine and blood.
2
This course starts with principles of general fungi and other medically important fungi causing human diseases. The second part of the course deals with methods of protection, treatment and diagnosis of these diseases.
1
The major technique for isolation and identification of medical mycology will be covered in this course.
2
This course introduces several topics related to viruses: structure, metabolism, genetics, and diagnosis. It emphasizes infectious diseases caused by viruses in both human beings and animals, and ways of protection, treatment and diagnosis.
2
The course provides an introduction to selected important topics in biostatistical concepts and reasoning. This course represents an introduction to the field and provides a survey of data and data types. Specific topics include tools for describing central tendency and variability in data; methods for performing inference on population means and proportions via sample data; statistical hypothesis testing and its application to group comparisons; issues of power and sample size in study designs; sampling techniques and random sample; and emphasis on interpretation and concepts
2
This course focuses mainly of the effect produced by poisons on the environment (humans, animals, plants, soil, water, etc). It includes detailed studying of the groups of environmental pollutants, the need to further research and investigation in this area, bioaccumulation, the effect of poisons on all levels of the universe, and the methods and pathways leading to contamination and the methods of calculating or estimating them
4
This course is organized in hospital-based groups of 6 students, and will take place 1/2 day each week of the academic year. (4 hours /week 16 cessions = 2CH /semester, it will include 8 general lectures in 4 sessions of 2 hours). This course constitutes the first experience of the possible future doctors with clinical medicine.(see detailed description)
1
This is a one credit hour offered to second year students. It deals with fundamental ethical principles underlying medical practice. Ethical aspects of decision – making are discussed with special emphasis on moral, cultural and religious issues in addition to confidentiality and respectability in patient management.
1
This course, as the title suggests, emphasizes the ethical principles upon which the medical professions and pharmacy in particular rest. The course looks at the nature and place of pharmaceutical services in society, and the moral standards and professionalism expected from a pharmacist.
1
A course designed to introduce students to the development of optometry, optometric education and the scope of optometric services in Palestine and around the world. Students will learn about the right and responsibilities of optometrists. The course will examine the expectations and challenges of optometrists in the health care system. The focus will be on professional behaviors, ethics and communication skills necessary for patient care, patient rights and licensure requirements.
1
This is a historical study of medicine and pharmacy throughout the ages. The course highlights the Muslim Arab scientists' contributions to these two fields.
2
This course examines the eye as an optical instrument. Course work in the areas includes: The refracting mechanism, the mechanism of accommodation and pupillary contraction, blur of the retinal image and stray light in the eye will be
4
This course is designed to introduce students to optical principles. The principles integrated include light behavior, reflection and refraction, vergence, objects, and images, thin lenses, simple model eyes, spherical refracting surfaces, thick lens systems, mirrors, ray tracing, and prisms. Physiological optics will focus on principles such as angular magnification, telescopes, apertures and stops, prismatic effects of lenses, diffraction, polarization, interference, electromagnetic waves
3
This course is designed to explore the wide scope of clinical problems related to infectious diseases and management with emphasis on the most common conditions.
1
The course emphasizes the most important communication skills to enable the student to play a vital role in patient education and thus improving patient understanding and compliance.
4
    • 10231236
This course is an introductory course to the concepts required to understand drugs as organic chemicals whose biological activities are derived from their chemical structures, physicochemical properties, and metabolic pathways. The course covers some drug classes like the anti-infective agents, NSAID etc. The course will highlight on the chemistry, synthesis, mechanism of action and the structural activity relationship (SAR) of the covered drug classes.
4
    • 7303301
This is an intermediate level course of medicinal chemistry. It is a continuation to Medicinal Chemistry I. The course will highlight on the vital role of medicinal chemist in drug development. The course will introduce various classes of therapeutic agents including the anticancer drug, drugs acting on the autonomic nervous system and other classes with emphasis on their structural features. For each drug class, the discussion will focus on how structural changes affect physicochemical properties and pharmacologic activity of these drugs.
2
This course focuses on evidence based phytogenic compounds which have therapeutic or physiological effects on the human body systems (GIT, CVS, CNS, Endocrine system, Respiratory system ,Reproductive system and others)
10231100 Remedial General Chemistry 0
3
    • 10231114
    • 10231115
A lecture course that involves a broad spectrum of classical and modern methods of analysis. Gravimetry, titrimetry, electrochemistry, spectrometry and chromatography are included, the practical part include a set of experiments designed to cover the topics included in 23212. Emphasis is given to lab technique
1
    • 10231213
    • 10231115
Practical experiments of neutralization; titrations; precipitation titrimetric; complex-formation titrations and analytical separation by solvent extraction.
3
    • 7004004 or
    • 10231213
Instrumental analysis course will explain the theory of operation, instrumental design, methodology, and applications of instrumental techniques used in pharmaceutical analysis in quality control labs as well as in research. Both identification and quantitative methods are described. Methods used include principles of UV-Visible spectrometry, IR, fluorescence, atomic absorption, atomic emission, electrochemistry, in addition to different types of chromatographic separative methods of high performance gases and liquids.
1
    • 10231214
    • 10231313
This practical course was designed to enhance the practical background of students with respect to topics covered in instrumental analysis theoretical course. This laboratory course introduces students to many instruments used in pharmaceutical analysis and to some of the instrumental techniques that are most commonly used in bioanalysis. It emphasizes on the use of modern instrumentation to perform quantitative and qualitative analyses and determination of physical properties and chemical composition of some drugs. In this course students will be given sessions of different techniques including spectroscopy, chromatography, and electrochemistry that are adapted by international pharmacopeias. Some experiments are based on HPLC, visible spectrometry and ion-exchange chromatography.
3
    • 10231236
The course comprises a systematic study of nomenclature, structure, properties, and reactions of aliphatic compounds. Attention is given to recent developments in interpretation of structure and reaction mechanisms. The course will address the basic concepts in organic chemistry for students who are planning to study medicine, dentistry, pharmacy or health professions. The course will concentrate on the hybridization theory, molecular geometry and polarity of the covalent bond. Nomenclature of alkanes, alkyl halides, alkenes, and alkynes as well as their reactivity and mechanism of reactions are included. Stereoisomerism and optical activity will be given special attention since biologically active compounds are often chiral. Oxygen containing functional groups (alcohols, ethers and epoxides) and alicyclic hydrocarbons will be addressed too. The course includes one credit hour laboratory.
10231334 Practical Organic Chemistry II for Health Sciences 1
    • 10231239
    • 10231330
11011222 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 3

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