MS Program


Department of Pathology offers MS in Pathology degree. For MS degree students have to earn a minimum of 40 credits, 24 credits through course work and 16 credits through research work for a dissertation, over a period of 3 semesters. On special ground 2 more additional semesters may be allowed.

On average 5 to 15 students enroll for MS in Pathology in each Semester. The following courses are offered at MS level from the Department of Pathology:

 

Curriculum for MS in Pathology

COURSES

CREDITS

July-December Semester

 

Compulsory Courses (8 Credits)

 

VPATH 601 Advanced General Pathology

VPATH 602 Clinical Pathology

VPATH 603 Immunopathology

VPATH 605 Avian Pathology

2

2

2

2

Elective Courses (Minimum 4 Credits)

 

VPATH 604 Oncology

VPATH 606 Molecular Pathology and Biotechnology

VPATH 611 Pathology of Zoonotic Diseases

VPATH 613 Pathology of Extraneous Poisoning

2

2

2

2

Research (3 Credits)

 

VPATH 614 Research work

3

 

January-June Semester

 

Compulsory Courses (8 Credits)

 

VPATH 607 Pathology of Metabolic Diseases

VPATH 608 Histopathology

VPATH 609 Pathology of Bacterial and Viral Diseases

VPATH 610 Necropsy

2

2

2

2

Elective Courses (Minimum 4 Credits)

 

VPATH 615 Pathology of Fungal, Rickettsial and Chlamydial Diseases

VPATH 612 Experimental Animal Pathology

VPATH 617 Pathology of Parasitic Diseases

VPATH 619 Reproductive Pathology

VPATH 621 Laboratory Animal Pathology

VPATH 623 Comparative Pathology

2

2

2

2

2

2

Research (3 Credits)

 

VPATH 614 Research work

3

 

Thesis Semester (10 Credits)

VPATH 614 Research work

VPATH 616 Thesis

VPATH 618 Thesis Defense

2

5

3

 

 N.B.: Students may take relevant elective course(s) from other departments on recommendation by the supervisor