Goals

A veterinarian who graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine; 1. Having knowledge about basic veterinary services, 2. To have the skills and competencies and ethical values required by the veterinary profession, To be aware of the country requirements in matters related to animal husbandry policies and animal health issues, 3. To establish a healthy communication with patient owners, colleagues and professional institutions and organizations dealing with veterinary medicine as required by your doctor, 4. Being able to act effectively at all stages of zoonotic disease-related protection and control work with zoonotic disease-infected animals, having clinical knowledge for domestic animals and wild animals, 5. To record the problems observed by the school, to evaluate these records and to share them with colleagues, to present them to scientific meetings and sessions, 6. Being involved in interdisciplinary work teams by learning interdisciplinary relationships in veterinary medicine education process, 7. Be aware of the responsibilities of animals and animal owners to the veterinary profession and to act in accordance with ethical and traditional values of the profession, 8. Evaluating the positive or negative conditions that may arise related to the profession while continuing its activities related to the subject, taking effective role in the formation of effective methods in managing these processes, 9. To learn the basic knowledge and skills required by the body, to apply the diagnosis and treatment methods, to learn the applications that will contribute to the future place and development of the profession in fields covering animal welfare and public health, 10. To use information technologies that are appropriate to the conditions of the day in addition to the knowledge and skills that will be used in the framework of scientific data when performing the course, 11.The veterinary profession should be carried out in scientific standards and be a follower of profession, global or national standards and policies, 12. Be aware of the necessity of lifelong learning and social interaction and communication, personal development in the veterinary medicine profession, 13. Being able to cope with the uncertainties that may be encountered in performing the exercise and to be able to comply with the changes, 14. It is aimed to be aware of individual deficiencies and strive to find professional help and support for these deficiencies.

Objectives

Veterinarians who implement the highest standards of veterinary medicine according to the world conditions and who can develop themselves in this field, who are scientifically competent in diagnosing diseases and applying treatment methods, having a voice in food safety and pre-planning animal welfare, to serve your health in the