Courses

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FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 101 Anatomy I O 3 4 7 5 7
NEUVET 103 Organic Chemistry O 2 2 2 4
NEUVET 105 Medical Biology O 2 2 2 4
NEUVET 107 History of Veterinary Medicine O 1 1 1 2
TUR 101 Turkish Language I O 2 2 2 2
AIT 101 Atatürk’s Principles and Revolution History I O 2 2 2 2
ENG 101 English I O 4 4 4 5
COM 101 Introduction to Computer Science O 1 2 3 2 2
TOTAL 16 6 23 19 28
NEUVET 141 Preparation Techniques of Anatomic Specimens S 2 2 1 2
NEUVET 143 Behavioural Sciences S 1 1 1 2

Spring Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 102 Anatomy II O 2 4 6 4 6
NEUVET 106 Histology I O 2 2 4 3 4
NEUVET 108 Medical Botany O 1 1 1 3
NEUVET 110 Medical Physics O 2 2 2 4
TUR 102 Turkish Language II O 2 2 2 2
AIT 102 Atatürk’s Principles and Revolution History II O 2 2 2 2
ENG 102 English II O 4 4 4 5
TOTAL 15 6 21 18 27
NEUVET 142 Dissection and Exenterating in Domestic Mammals S 1 2 3 2 2
NEUVET 144 Light and Electron Microscopy and Tissue Preparation Techniques S 1 1 1 2

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 201 Anatomy III O 2 4 6 4 6
NEUVET 203 Biochemistry I O 2 2 4 3 4
NEUVET 207 Physiology I O 2 2 4 3 4
NEUVET 209 Genetics O 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 211 Histology II O 2 2 4 3 4
NEUVET 213 Microbiology I O 1 2 3 2 3
NEUVET 215 Virology I O 1 2 3 2 3
NEUVET 217 Embriyology O 2 2 2 4
TOTAL 13 14 27 20 30
NEUVET 241 Exercise Physiology S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 243 Evolution Biology and Population Genetics S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 245 Veterinary Medicine and Public Relations S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 247 Basic Biochemical Techniques in Biotechnology and their Fields of Application S 1 1 1 2

Spring Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 202 Biochemistry II O 2 2 4 3 5
NEUVET 204 Physiology II O 3 2 5 4 6
NEUVET 206 Animal Behaviour O 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 208 Immunology O 2 2 4 3 5
NEUVET 210 Microbiology II O 2 2 4 3 5
NEUVET 212 Virology II O 3 3 3 5
TOTAL 13 8 21 17 28
NEUVET 242 AvianP hysiology S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 244 Ecology and Environmental Biology S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 246 Biotechnology in Microbiology S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 248 Viral Vaccines S 1 1 1 2

THIRD YEAR

Fall Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 301 Entomology O 1 2 3 2 3
NEUVET 303 Parasitology O 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 305 Pharmacology I O 2 2 4 3 4
NEUVET 307 Animal Welfare O 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 309 Pathology I O 2 2 4 3 4
NEUVET 311 Feed Hygieneand Technology O 3 3 3 4
NEUVET 313 Animal Science I O 1 2 3 2 4
NEUVET 315 Agronomy O 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 317 Topographic Anatomy O 1 1 1 3
TOTAL 13 8 21 17 28
NEUVET 341 Metabolic Relations among Tissues and Organs S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 343 Pathologic Diagnostic Techniques S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 345 Mycology S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 347 FeedAdditives, Feed Legislation S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 349 Goose and Duck Breeding S 1 1 1 2

Spring Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 302 Epidemiology O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 304 Helminthology O 2 2 4 3 3
NEUVET 306 Pharmacology II O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 308 Fizyopatoloji Z 1 2 3 2 2
NEUVET 310 Food Hygieneand Control O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 312 Animal Nutrition and Nutritional Diseases O 2 2 4 3 3
NEUVET 314 Animal Breeding O 1 1 1 1
NEUVET 316 Pathology II O 2 2 4 3 3
NEUVET 318 Protozoology O 2 2 4 3 3
NEUVET 320 Animal Science II O 2 2 4 3 3
NEUVET 322 Biostatistics O 1 2 3 2 2
NEUVET 324 Introduction to the Clinical Sciences O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 900 Obligatory Summer Training O 0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 21 14 35 28 28
NEUVET 342 Drug Residues in Feed of Animal Origin S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 344 Analitik Epidemiyoloji S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 346 Analysis of Performance Enhancing Agents in Race Horses S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 348 Laboratory Animal Breeding S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 350 Exotic and Hunting Animal Breeding S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 352 Parasitic Zoonosis S 1 1 1 2

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 403 Bee Diseases O 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 405 Meat Hygiene, Meat Inspection and Meat Technology O 1 2 3 2 3
NEUVET 407 Animal Health Economics and Management O 1 1 1 1
NEUVET 409 Poultry Diseases O 2 2 4 3 4
NEUVET 411 Necropsy O 1 2 3 2 2
NEUVET 413 Pathology III O 2 2 4 3 4
NEUVET 415 Aquatic Animal Diseases O 2 2 3 3 4
NEUVET 417 Milk Hygiene and Technology O 1 2 3 2 3
NEUVET 419 Veterinary Public Health O 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 421 Veterinary Legislation and Ethics O 1 1 1 1
NEUVET 423 Toxicology and Environmental Protection O 1 2 3 2 2
TOTAL 15 14 29 22 28
NEUVET 441 Pathology of Fish Diseases S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 443 Use of Biotechnology in Animal Nutrition S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 445 Fermented Meat and Milk Products S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 447 Sanitation in Food Enterprises S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 449 Operation Methods in Animal Breeding Enterprises S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 451 Molecular Mechanisms in Metabolic Diseases S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 453 Aquarium Fish Diseases S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 455 Nuclear, Biologic and Chemical Weapons S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 457 Health Schemes S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 459 Principles of Research and Publication Ethics S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 461 Cat and Dog Breeding S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 463 Ostrich Breeding S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 465 Veterinary Neurology and Neurosurgery S 1 1 1 2

Spring Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 406 Surgery I O 4 4 4 4
NEUVET 408 Obstetrics and Gynaecology I O 4 4 4 4
NEUVET 412 Small Animal Internal Diseases I O 4 4 4 4
NEUVET 414 Clinical Practice I O 16 16 8 8
NEUVET 420 Large Animal Internal Diseases I O 2 2 2 4
NEUVET 900 Obligatory Summer Training O 0 0 0 0 4
TOTAL 14 16 30 22 28
NEUVET 442 Reproductive Biotechnological Applications in Fish S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 448 Artificial Insemination Techniques in Dogs and Cats S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 452 Reproductive Biotechnology and its Application Areas S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 456 Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 460 Clinical Approach to Genital Organ Tumours in Carnivores S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 462 Wild Animal Medicine S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 464 Dermatology S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 466 Neonatology S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 468 Alternative Treatment Methods in Obstetrics and Gynaecology S 1 1 1 2

FIFTH YEAR

Fall Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 501 Forensic Veterinary Medicine O 1 1 1 1
NEUVET 503 Foot Diseases and Shoeing Technique O 1 1 1 1
NEUVET 505 Surgery II O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 507 Tooth Diseases and its Surgery O 1 1 1 1
NEUVET 509 Obstetrics and Gynaecology II O 3 3 3 3
NEUVET 511 Artificial Insemination and Andrology O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 513 Eye Diseases O 1 1 1 1
NEUVET 515 Small Animal Internal Diseases II O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 517 Large Animal Internal Diseases II O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 519 Clinical Practice II O 16 16 8 8
NEUVET 521 Radiology O 1 1 1 1
NEUVET 523 Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery O 2 2 2 2
NEUVET 533 Anaesthesiology-Reanimation O 1 1 1 2
TOTAL 19 16 35 27 28
NEUVET 525 Exotic Animal Internal Diseases S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 527 Behavioural Disorders in Small Animals S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 529 Clinical Interpretation of Laboratory Data S 1 1 1 2
NEUVET 531 Teat Health Control Programs in Dairy Cows S 1 1 1 2

Spring Semester

COURSE CODE COURSE NAME O/S T P Total Credits
National ECTS
NEUVET 502 İntern Education O 24 24 24 26
NEUVET504 Semester Homework O 4 4 4 4

Course Description

NEUVET 101 ANATOMY I
To teach basic anatomical therminology, morphological features of the locomotor system of domestic mammals and birds comperatively.

NEUVET 103 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
The outcomes of course are to teach of general structure and features of carbon containing subjects  and to gain the ability of to the experiments individually as well as knowledge of laboratory to the students.

NEUVET 105 MEDICAL BIOLOGY
To provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of medical biology,  providing them with a thorough grounding related to the full spectrum of biological sytems from molecular levels upto and including organismal biology.

NEUVET 107 VETERINARY HISTORY
Students, university faculty, and ensure the compliance of the veterinary profession by providing information on the historical development of veterinary medicine in the world and Turkey to create professional awareness.

ENG 101FOREIGN LANGUAGE I
To provide students with a comprehensive working knowledge of veterinary english terminology, covering both atanomical and procedural nomeclature.

NEUVET  141 ANATOMICAL MATERIALS PREPARATION TECHNIQUES
In this course, students will prepare anatomical preparations intended to consolidate anatomy information.

NEUVET 143 BEHAVIOUR SCIENCES
Provide students with an introduction to the basics of behavior.

NEUVET 102 ANATOMY II
To teach students the normal shape, structure, natural posture of the viscera and the relations with neighbor organs of the domestic mammals and birds comparatively.

NEUVET 106 HISTOLOGY I
Structural and functional properties of the cell is the smallest living unit is taught. Structural properties of tissues by the combining of the cells of mammals and birds, in comparison aimed to teach pet.

NEUVET 108 MEDICAL BOTANICS
Important plants used in veterinary medicine, and the use of herbal ingredients.

NEUVET 110 MEDICAL PHYSICS
Tissue and organ level to the cellular level as bioelectrical events, circulation and recognition of observation measurement and diagnostic tools to establish relationships between technical disciplines and medicine on the basis of the understanding of the biophysical functioning of the respiratory system.

ENG 102 FOREIGN LANGUAGE II
To provide students with a comprehensive working knowledge of veterinary english terminology, covering both atanomical and procedural nomeclature.

NEUVET 142 DISSECTION AND EXENTERATION İN DOMESTIC MAMMALS
To achieve basic dissection knowledge and ability, to teach theoretical principles of exenteration and application in exenteration practices in different animal species.

NEUVET 201 ANATOMY III
To teach students the normal shape, structure, natural posture of the viscera, circulatory and nervous system, sensory organs and the relations with neighbor organs of the domestic mammals and birds comparatively.

NEUVET 203 BIOCHEMISTRY I
Form the basis of teorical and clinical courses to gain the basic biochemistry informations  that are necessary to determine the structure, properties and functions of  molecules which play the role on continuity of life.

NEUVET 205 EMBRYOLOGY II
To investigate the life before birth in domestic animal and before hatching in birds, following zygote and organogenesis.

NEUVET 207 PHYSIOLOGY I
Introduction to Physiology and Cell Physiology, body fluids and buffer systems, blood physiology, nerve and muscle physiology.

NEUVET 209 GENETICS
To provide students with a thorough grounding in basic genetics, including the history of genetic discoveries, molecular techniques and applications.

NEUVET 211 HISTOLOGY II
To educate qualified students in the field of fine structures of the organs, tissues, cells and supporting cells which constitute the systems of domestic animals comparatively.

NEUVET 213 MICROBIOLOGY I
The aim of the course is to teach the basic phenotypic and genotypic characteristics of the bacteria, to teach and show the basic techniques that are used in the laboratory diagnosis of bacteria, allow students to perform these techniques on their owns, to teach the basic concepts of general bacteriology and help the students to gain the ability of interpretation on microbiological issues.

NEUVET 215 VIROLOGY I
Be defined in the broadest sense of the virus as an infectious agent, structural and determination of properties infectivity, the identification of the host system, virus infection of the development of forms of the organism, of immune against viruses response and is intended to describe the techniques used in the diagnosis of viral infections.

NEUVET 217 EMBRYOLOGY
It starts with fertilization, the incubation of poultry and examine prenatal life in mammals; developmental differences between organisms are intended to be identified.

NEUVET 241 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
The effect on living cells to radiation, the maximum allowable radiation doses, radiation measurement methods, radiation control measures, the shielding against radiation, the planning of the work with radiation and running equipment, protective clothing, radiation protection methods.

NEUVET 243 EVOLUTION AND POPULATION GENETICS
Introduce students to the basic principles of evolutionary theory and  the mechanisms of population genetics and natural selection which lead to speciation and evolution.

NEUVET 245 VETERINARY MEDICINE AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS
Students communication skills, the use of mass media and good veterinary practice medicine by providing information about colleagues, to contribute to the relationship with the patient and society.

NEUVET 202 BIOCHEMISTRY II
Explanation of the basic molecular structure and properties of the organism, the participation of these molecules in the synthesis and degradation pathways to learn.

NEUVET 204 PHYSIOLOGY II
The general rules of the gastro-intestinal function and physiology in various animal nutrition, learning of digestion, respiration, excretion, to learn the duties of the reproductive organs and nervous system structure and function control of öğrenilmesi.kardiyovaskü. Understanding the function of hormonal control system. Understanding the body and the Environment Heat relationship and structure and function of the sensory organs.

NEUVET 206 ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
The behavior of pets and teach students theoretical knowledge about the mechanisms causing this behavior.

NEUVET 208 IMMUNOLOGY
The aim of the course is to teach the basic concepts of immunology in all aspects with the aid of laboratory applications carried out by the students.

NEUVET 210 MICROBIOLOGY II
The aim of the course is to teach the aetiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical signs, post-mortem findings, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention of bacterial diseases important in Veterinary Medicine.

NEUVET 212 VIROLOGY II
This course in the area and / or viral infections seen in different animal species in the country and etiological these infections, epidemiology pathogenesis, clinical and diagnostic features and prophylactic aimed to teach the alternative.

NEUVET 242 POULTRY PHYSIOLOGY
In the poultry; constituents of blood, blood cells and the function of the cardiovascular system, basal metabolic rate, digestion and absorption physiology, excretory system, respiratory system, nervous system, hormones, male and female reproductive systems, egg formation, is aimed to explain the heat mechanism and migration.

NEUVET 244 ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY
Introduce students to the basic principles of ecology and environmental biology. Highlighting the roles of individuals, populations, communities and ecosystems in the functioning of a healthly and productive environment.

NEUVET 248 VIRAL VACCINES
Wearing the definition of basic immunological knowledge, vaccine types: Information related to conventional vaccines and viral diseases, commercial vaccine preferences and application criteria, legislation, rabies, BVDV, rotavirus, coronavirus vaccines, the IB and other respiratory tract infections agents, PI-3, BRSV, adenovirus, Rinderpest, PPR, sheep and goat pox, bluetongue, cats, dogs and horses are intended to inform about vaccinations for viral diseases.

NEUVET 301 ENTOMOLOGY
Teaching and having the skill of application about the arthropod species infested on cattle, sheep, goat, horse, cat, dog, pig and poultry; their development and disorders on their hosts; their epidemiology, diagnose, treatment and control.

NEUVET 303 PARASITOLOGY
Teaching and having skills of parasitological terms, nomenclature of parasites and their infections, general contamination routes, reproduction, development, negative effects and control of parasites before Protozoology, Helminthology and Artrhopodology lectures.

NEUVET 305 PHARMACOLOGY I
To educate qualified students in the field of pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics , drugs using in patient animals. And to educate qualified students in the field of drug action on the systems of body include comprising drug source, properties, effects, usage and the scientific principles of correct and conscious drug use.

NEUVET 307 ANIMAL WELFARE
To obtain sufficiency and necessary knowledge about animal welfare and to teach general strategy of farm animal welfare and welfare on the farm, during transport and at slaughter.

NEUVET 309 PATHOLOGY I
To teach students the aetiological factors and mechanisms underlying diseases and the appreciation, recognition and differentiation of terms degeneration, inflammation and neoplasia and also able them to proper use of these information verbally and orally.

NEUVET 311 FOOD HYGIENE AND TECHNOLOGY
Digestion of feedstuffs, metabolism, digestibility according to species, feedstuffs used in animal feeding, feed processing methods and technologies taught equipped with this information is intended to educate veterinarians.

NEUVET 313 ZOOTECHNICS I
Several characteristics of farm animals, animal farming, yield and genetic characteristics will be the basis to teach information.

NEUVET 315 AGRONOMY
The main aim of this course is to provide basic information on forage crops, to identify forage crops species and to teach growing techniques of those species.

NEUVET 317 TOPOGRAPHIC ANATOMY
To teach students te regional anatomy of the domestic mammals and to give practical anatomical knowledges about diagnosis, operation areas, general exenteration and similar applications comparatively.

NEUVET 345 MYCOLOGY
The aim of the course is to teach the aetiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical signs, post-mortem findings, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention of fungal diseases important in Veterinary Medicine.

NEUVET 347 FEED ADDITIVES AND FEED LEAGISLATION
Learning classification and definition of feed additives. Understanding the importance of feed additives in animal nutrition. Have information about efficacy, economy and aim of using feed additives in modern animal nutrition.

NEUVET 302 EPIDEMIOLOGY
To teach the mode of action, transmission, dissemination, detection, and control and eradication of infectious diseases in animal populations.

NEUVET 304 HELMINTHOLOGY
Teaching of Helminth species parasitized on cattle, sheep, goat, horse, cat, dog, pig and poultry; their development, epidemiology, pathogenity, diagnose, treatment and control. Students must have these skills at the end of the lessons. Knowing the helminthes found in Ruminants, pigs, equids, carnivores and poultry. Learning the development of helminthes found in Ruminants, pigs, equids, carnivores and poultry. Learning the clinical signs and pathogenity of larval/adult stages of Helminthes. Learning the economical losses due to helminthic diseases. Learning the diagnosing techniques of helminth infections on dead or alive animals and can apply them.

NEUVET 306 PHARMACOLOGY II
To educate qualified students in the field of the drugs acting on the digestive system, locally on the skin, nutritional pharmacology and chemotherapy comprising drug properties, effects, usage, and the scientific principles of correct and conscious administration of drugs.

NEUVET 310 FOOD HYGIENE AND TECHNOLOGY
Food chemistry, sources of food contamination, food microbiology food infection and intoxication, principles of food preservation, hygiene of water and foods of animal origin, composition and microbiological spoilages of foods of animal origins.

NEUVET 312 ANIMAL NUTRITION AND NUTRITIONAL DISEASE
To teach; techniques of processing, preparation and using of forage and concentrate feed, basic principles of animal nutrition according to animal species and physiological periods. In addition, ruminants, poultry, turkeys, quail, cats, dogs, pigs, horses, rodents, and some exotic animals taught the basic principles of nutrition, feed ingredients and animal nutrition is aimed to obtain information about.

NEUVET 314 ANIMAL BREEDING
To educate qualified students in field of improving cattle, sheep, goat and chicken breeds for getting maximum income for future management and market conditions.

NEUVET 316 PATHOLOGY II
To teach students the congenital abnormalities, circulatory disturbances, inflammations, infectious and parasitological diseases and tumours of gastrointestinal, respiratory and nervous systems, and also to teach the pathogenesis and macroscopic and microscopic changes made by these pathologies. At the end of the course the student is expected to have a general insight on the diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis of the diseases of these systems and also ability of expressing both written and verbally comfortably by using the knowledge provided to him/her.

NEUVET 318 PROTOZOOLOGY
Teaching and having skills of protozoans infect human, cattle, sheep, goat, dog, cat, pig and poultry; also identification, diagnose, treatment and control of them. Students must have these skills at the end of the lessons: Identification of protozoans having problem in human and animals as in genus or species if needed. Correct Interpretation on diagnose of the important protozoan infections with the help of clinical, laboratory and necropsy findings. Knowledge based interpretation on prognosis of the identified disease; election of correct therapeutics in treatment. Knowing about the control types of epidemic protozoan diseases.

NEUVET 320 ZOOTECHNICS II
To educate qualified students in the field of theoretical and practical breeding principles of cattle, sheep, goat, horse breeding.

NEUVET 322 BIOSTATISTICS
To provide students with the necessary knowledge that enables them to confidently design their own research, incorporating the appropriate statistical methods and analyse the results of published research. Additionally, the course will allow students to become familar with the best practices related to presenting data and analysis results.

NEUVET 324 INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL MEDICINE
Clinical courses approach the start of animals captured – I raptor methods and methods of clinical examination is basic information about the theoretical and practical transfer. For this purpose, internal medicine, all the basic principles of the system of inspection; Obstetrics and Gynecology, the basic principles of the female genital tract examination; Surgery introduction to the basic principles of operation and external disease transfer students. This information is to be utilized by the student gains the ability to use in future training sessions and professional life.

NEUVET 403 BEE DISEASES
Having the skills of the knowledge about basic beekeeping, livestock criteria, bee diseases and pests, diagnose and treatment of their diseases.

NEUVET 405 MEAT INSPECTION AND TECHNOLOGY
In meat inspection part, structure of slaughterhouses, transport of slaughter animals, types of slaughter, systematic meat inspection, bacterial, viral and parasitic diseases encountered in meat inspection, decision on meats based no pathological findings and based on legal requirements are aimed to be taught. In meat products technology part, teaching of postmortal changes occuring after slaughter, preservation methods of meats, processing Technologies of meat products, cleaning and disinfection methods in meat processing plants are aimed.

NEUVET 407 ANIMAL HEALTH ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
Basic economic concepts structure of relations with its cattle breeding and selection of livestock economy where the economic characteristics. The relationship among the supply and demand for animal products, teaches marketing and organization in the livestock sector

NEUVET 409 POULTRY DISEASES
The identification of infectious diseases of poultry, poultry seen in bacterial, viral and parasitic etiology of mycotic diseases, epidemiology, symptoms, laboratory diagnosis, treatment methods, providing general information about the protection control methods. Giving information about conditions in the field and laboratory practices for diagnosis. Poultry be given to the students the basic methods used in the laboratory diagnosis of the disease and making the application, the importance of vaccination for the protection of birds, routes of administration and vaccine be given basic information is intended for monitoring the follow-up and students enabling them to make comments.

NEUVET 411 NECROPSY
The course aims to teach proper necropsy technique, the evaluation of necropsy findings, sampling, preservation and transport of samples.

NEUVET 413 PATHOLOGY III
To teach the students the etiology, pathogenesis, macroscopic and microscopic changes in congenital anomalies, circulatory disturbances, inflammations, infectious and parasitological diseases and tumors of cardiovascular, hematopoietic, endocrine, urinary, male and female genital, muscular and dermatologic systems in domestic animals. The student is expected to have a general insight on these diseases, to form an infrastructure for the understanding of the diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis of the diseases of these systems, and also to be able to express lesions of these systems orally and in written.

NEUVET 415 AQUACULTURE AND DISEASE
Students were informed about the basic principles of aquaculture , students bacterial fish with breeding , viral, fungal , parasitic or neoplastic diseases, the etiology of nutritional and metabolic disorders and poisoning , epizootiology , pathogenesis , the protection and control subjects with laboratory diagnosis is aimed to be knowledgeable .

NEUVET 417 MILK HYGIENE AND TECHNOLOGY
To gain experience on the topics of hygienic milk production, dairy microbiology, milk borne infections, milk contaminants, dairy production technologies, quality control applications, related legal regulations, dairy plant management and improving the practicing skill.

NEUVET 419 PUBLIC HEALTH IN VETERINARY MEDICINE
The following subjects are aimed to gain for the students: food safety from farm to the table, control-prevention and rules in low related to zoonoses, food born diseases food and chemical originated intoxication, properties of production and selling stores and checking procedures in food related areas. Main pollutants, their importance in public health, nature and other living things, protection and measures for health.

NEUVET 421 VETERINARY LEGISLATION AND ETHICS
Legal duty of veterinarians, authority and responsibility and give adequate information about the students oriented to the veterinary legislation. Veterinary medicine in the field of professional ethics and to contribute to the decision making process necessary-sufficient by giving information on ethics.

NEUVET 423 VETERINARY TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
To educate qualified students in the field of properties of poisons and profilaxis, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of poisonings.

NEUVET 461 CAT-DOG BREEDING
Students dog and cat breeding, behavior, breed, shelter and teach breeding and domestication of topics.

NEUVET 406 SURGERY I
Students in small animals, large animals and exotic animals in general surgery is based on the medicine next to acquiring theoretical knowledge to surgery and of course at the end of the theoretical knowledge of the light, by supporting students in clinical practice, and training aimed to gain these skills in both advanced vocational period .

NEUVET 408 OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY I
To present method sand equipment of obstetric sand gynecology interventions in field. To give necessary know ledgeaboutobstetrics. To contribute anatomo-physiological and clinical know ledge for future courses.

NEUVET 412 SMALL ANIMAL INTERNAL MEDICINE I
To give advanced information on the physiology, physiopathology, diagnosis and treatment of cardiologic, endocrinologic, dermatologic, immune-mediated, neurologic and oncologic diseases in small animals. Discussing about the developments and changes based on the actual literatures. Keeping student’s participation level high to the course with presentations given by students.

NEUVET 414  CLINIC I
Application  period.

NEUVET 420 LARGE ANIMAL INTERNAL MEDICINE I
Students teachin for cattle, sheep, goats and pigs digestive system, circulatory system and blood diseases, infections and diseases related to these systems. This course will enable the students to be able to diagnose the clinical level, considering the differential diagnosis of diseases related to these issues, to make the treatment and preventive measures are expected to learn them to take and they are targeted for applications in professional life.

NEUVET 462 WILD ANIMAL REHABILITATION
To give information to students about the wild animal’s care,  feeding conditions,  how to hold, examination, sample collection methods and their important diseases,  diagnosis – treatment procedures,  drug administration techniques and their rehabilitation.

NEUVET 501 FORENSIC MEDICINE
Both the court, how to do the transfer of the necessary professional knowledge to illuminate the existing problems in an unbiased manner in Veterinary concern about legal issues and to emphasize how both parties should be taken to forensic cases.

NEUVET 503 FOOT DISORDERS AND SHOEING TECHNIQUE
This lecture provides students with technical and applied basic knowledge and understanding about hoof and claw health, care, disorders and diseases and their treatment methods including shoeing and prevention in cattle and horses in order to minimize economical losses due to foot diseases.

NEUVET 505 SURGERY II
To teach the principles of surgery, surgical diagnosis and examination methods, definition of diseases, treatment and operation technique in small, large and exotic animals.

NEUVET 507 VETERINARY DENTISTRY AND SURGERY
To teach the definition of dental diseases, diagnostic and examination methods, treatment and operation technique in small animals.

NEUVET 509 OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY II
Intend to raise a veterinerian who is able to do any interventions about obstetrics, gynecology, reproduction.

NEUVET 511 REPRODUCTION, ARTIFICIAL  INSEMINATION AND ANDROLOGY
Andrology, reproduction and artificial insemination specific information about the students to gain both theoretical and practical.

NEUVET 513 EYE DISEASES
Students in small animals, including large animals and exotic animal medicine clinic is an important part EYE Diseases that diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and treatment is aimed to teach their relationship with systemic diseases. Theoretical knowledge acquired at the end of the course (by supporting practical clinical applications), it is intended both to provide the ability to use the period of training in advanced vocational period.

NEUVET 515 INTERNAL DISEASES OF SMALL ANIMALS II
To give advanced information on the physiology, physiopathology, diagnosis and treatment of cardiologic, endocrinologic, dermatologic, immune-mediated, neurologic and oncologic diseases in small animals. Discussing about the developments and changes based on the actual literatures. Keeping student’s participation level high to the course with presentations given by students.

NEUVET 517 LARGE ANIMAL INTERNAL MEDICINE II
In this lecture it is aimed to teach about the disorders of dermatologic, nervous and metabolism systems of sheep, goats, cattle, swine and horses also gastrointestinal, respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous and endocrinal diseases of horses. In addition, it is aimed to acquire knowledge about diseases of different systems of these animal species and ability to make differential diagnosis according to laboratory findings. Teaching appropriate and effective treatment, prophylaxis methods and preventive medication.

NEUVET 519  CLINIC II
Application  period.

NEUVET 521 RADIOLOGY
This lecture provides students with basic knowledge and understanding about radiography, in order to prepare them for clinical practice. It is aimed to get students acquainted with basic radiography techniques and evaluation of x-ray films for diagnosis of diseases.

NEUVET 523 TRAUMATOLOGY AND ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY
To teach significant subjects of Orthopedics and Traumatology, to describe diseases, to inform about clinical findings,diagnosis, differential diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of these diseases at practitioner’s level and to transform the knowledge into the skill.

NEUVET 533 VETERINARY ANESTHESIOLOGY AND REANIMATION
Students in small animals, large animals and exotic animal medicine in addition to acquiring basic anesthesiology knowledge to be applied in the private system diseases other than elective surgery teach the anesthetic agents and techniques, veterinary emergency and provide resuscitation training course at the end of the theoretical knowledge of the light, by supporting students in clinical practice, and this training is intended to gain further professional skills in both periods.

NEUVET 525 INTERNAL DISEASES OF EXOTIC ANIMALS
The aim of this course is specifically designed to acquaint the student with the most common exotic pets, their husbandry, restraint, sampling, examination and treatment techniques.

NEUVET 527 BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS OF SMALL ANIMALS
Nowadays, to accomplish the needs of increasing cat and dog population and to regulate relationship between society, detecting animal behavioral problems to be known should be detected, treat with drugs and behavioral modification, before the occurrence of behavioral problems and aim to teach behavioral problems might occur in shelters or behavior problems which inhibit adaptation and their solution.

NEUVET 529 CLINICAL INTERPRETATION OF LABORATORY DATA
Student  will be able to; Select appropriate test types for specific investigations and to interpret their results. Identify common causes for abnormal laboratory values. List circumstances that may produce false-negative or false-positive laboratory results. Interpret the clinical significance of abnormal laboratory values. Utilize clinical laboratory data to monitor various disease states.

NEUVET 531 TEAT HEALTH CONTROL PROGRAMS IN DAIRY ANIMALS
To contribute anatomo-physiological and clinical knowledge of udder health and to present methods of control of the clinical mastitis

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