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General Information
Unit Coordinators
Prof. Ayşegül BİLDİK
Bologna (ECTS/DS) Coordinator
Prof. Ahmet CEYLAN
Bologna (ECTS/DS) Coordinator
Prof. Recai TUNCA
Bologna (ECTS/DS) Coordinator
Prof. Levent KARAGENÇ
Erasmus Coordinator
Prof. Cavit KUM
Farabi Coordinator
The faculty was established in 1992 and in the 1993-1994 Academic Year Faculty of Veterinary Medicine started its academic activities in Ankara University’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The educational activities continued at a temporary building between 1995 and 2000 in Aydın. Then the faculty moved to west campus in Işıklı. In 2000, faculty only had hospital building, and departments other than clinical departments also took place in this building. Later, in 2002, additional buildings were built and used for paraclinics and basic science departments. Beside this poultry investigation and breeding unit and experimental animals unit was also established in the same period. In 2010, buildings for departments, other than clinical departments, were completed. In 2011, new educational building was completed and started functioning. Within 10 years, faculty had quite reasonable improvement in construction of buildings, equipment and maintenance. In 2009, faculty administration decided to revise curriculum in order to provide sufficient knowledge and skills to students with enough practical training as the conditions described SOP of EAEVE. The departments have been asked to revise their curriculums for each lecture and faculty administration asked curriculums of the lectures based on the lectures given each week. By doing so, while the numbers of theoretical lectures have been reduced, the hours of practical training have increased. These reductions in the hours of theoretical lectures and subjects given to the students were carried out based upon the field requirements. Within 14 years of period, all of the departments, except Department of Veterinary History, opened postgraduate programmes.
History
The faculty was established in 1992 and in the 1993-1994 Academic Year Faculty of Veterinary Medicine started its academic activities in Ankara University’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. The educational activities continued at a temporary building between 1995 and 2000 in Aydın. Then the faculty moved to west campus in Işıklı. In 2000, faculty only had hospital building, and departments other than clinical departments also took place in this building. Later, in 2002, additional buildings were built and used for paraclinics and basic science departments. Beside this poultry investigation and breeding unit and experimental animals unit was also established in the same period. In 2010, buildings for departments, other than clinical departments, were completed. In 2011, new educational building was completed and started functioning. Within 10 years, faculty had quite reasonable improvement in construction of buildings, equipment and maintenance.
Mission
• The mission of the Faculty is • to give sufficient knowledge and experience to graduates related with animal health, protective medicine, public health, food safety, animal husbandry and welfare subjects • to provide enough knowledge and practical experience to students to be able to diagnose and cure animal diseases • to establish a veterinary surgeon perspectives supported with the sense of environmental problems and believe in life long learning idea • to give basic knowledge and research techniques to the students in order to follow recent technological developments occurring in the veterinary professional (scientific) area • to graduate veterinary surgeons with high scientific and advanced knowledge. Meanwhile, the education should be in accordance with Ataturk’s ideas and approaches for Turkish nation. In order to achieve aforementioned aims, strategic objectives are detailed as follows; • to implement the reform of curriculum in line with the requirements of EAEVE • to increase the number of academic staff in concordance with EAEVE criteria • to increase student numbers • to establish new MSc and PhD courses • to begin the emergency clinic service • to begin the student and academicians mobility in the frame of ERASMUS program • to supply the internet connection to all classrooms • to apply questionnaire for students and academicians
Vision
The vision of the Faculty is • to train veterinary graduates of the high standards and following the actual scientific and technological trends in veterinary professional, • to make scientific research in concordance with the market world, • to be internationally well-known and modern faculty which creates a sense of honor to be apart of it.
Purpose
A student who graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine; 1 - Patient's owners, colleagues, organizations related to the profession and the service takes a sympathetic with the community using the language to communicate effectively. 2 - Faced cases keeps records in a healthy way and be able to presenting these facts in a language understood by all. 3 - work as part of a multidisciplinary team. 4 - the area in which an individual basis, animals and animal owners and this is against the ethical responsibilities of a veterinarian surumluluklarının be aware of the effects on the environment and society. 5 - Service areas on the economic activity generated by vet knows and effectively manage and emotional pressures. 6 - the art of veterinary treatment, animal welfare and veterinary public health in many areas, such as the place and contribute to the development of future applications that will enable them to be aware of and be willing to do. 7 - Veterinarian basic knowledge in all areas of activity and organization to be capable of. 8 - the effective use of information technologies. 10 - to be familiar with the professional standards and professional policies. 11 - Throughout his life, personal development and lifelong learning, and the need to be aware of the obligation. 12 - Veterinary doctor will be aware of their professional and legal responsibilities to act in accordance with ethical guidelines. 13 - can cope with and adapt to changes in uncertainty, to demonstrate. 14 - Individual will be aware of the deficiencies and removing the constraints of effort to find professional help and support. 15 - to be familiar with the basic veterinary services. 16 - Veterinary activities in areas which is the basis of science (anatomy, physiology, agronomy, animal diseases, diagnosis, treatment, etc.). Has enough information about. 17 - as an individual or as part of a veterinarian about the protection and control of zoonotic diseases and able to do the task on each stage of the work. intended.
Physical Infrastructure
A total area of ??10,484 square meters, of education, of 335 square meters, 158 square meters of space, social and student-to-staff restaurant jkültürel, 11 (total 580 square meters) of meeting rooms are available.
Technical Infrastructure
6 amps, four classrooms, one library, one internet room, one laboratory microscope, the first chemical laboratory, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Research and Application Hospital, Laboratory Animal Unit, Anatomy lab is available.
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