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1 FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KIRIKKALE PROFESSIONAL CURRICULUM st YEAR 1 st SEMESTER Course Course Name C/E Teo Pra Total Credits ECTS Code Medical Biology C Medical Physic C Medical Chemistry C History of Veterinary Medicine C and Deontology Anatomy I C Principles of Atatürk and C History of Turkish Revolution I Turkish Language I C English I C/E French I C/E German I C/E Physical Training I C/E Music I C/E Painting I C/E ENF 101 Basic Information C/E Technologies and Their Usage TOTAL

2 COURSE INFORMATON Course Title Code Year Semester Medical Biology Year Fall Semester /1 T+P+L (Hour/Week) Credits ECTS 2 2 Department Course Level Language of Instruction Course Type Mode of Delivery Prerequisites and corequisites Recommended Optional Programme Components Name of Lecturer Co-Lecturer Work Placement Veterinary Medicine First Cycle Turkish Compulsory Face-To-Face Assist. Prof. Dr. Tarık DANIŞMAN Teaching Methods Objectives of the Course Oral presentation Learning to biological characteristics of living things, the scientific working methods, living groups, structure of the cell, biological molecules, respiration, division and development Learning Outcomes Course Content Understanding the factors affecting the lives and interactions of living organisms Structural and functional features of living things COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS) Week Topics Study Materials 1 2 Definition of biology and medical biology, branches of biology Science and the scientific method, relationships between living things, their common characteristics 3 Diversity and classification of living things

3 4 Introduction to the cell, the cell membrane structure 5 Cell organelles and cell analysis methods 6 7 Physical and chemical properties of living things, diffusion, Osmosis, Plasmolysis and Deplasmolysis, Turgor Biological molecules; carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and, nucleic acids. 8 Enzymes, hormones and protein synthesis. 9 Respiratory and molecular biology, ATP, fermentation and respiration 10 Cell division 11 Reproduction and embryonic development in animals 12 Animal tissues. 13 The basic principles of genetics. 14 The basic concept of ecology. Ecosystems and it s features. RECOMMENDED SOURCES Textbook Başaran, A Tıbbi Biyoloji, Pelikan Yayınları Kiziroğlu, İ., Genel Biyoloji Canlılar Bilimi. Desen Ofset A.Ş. Yayınları, Ankara, Additional Resources Keeton, W.T., Gould, J.L, Gould, C.G., (Çeviri Editörleri: Ali Demirsoy, İsmail Türkan) Genel Biyoloji 1. Palme Yayıncılık, Ankara, Keeton, W.T., Gould, J.L, Gould, C.G., (Çeviri Editörleri: Ali Demirsoy, İsmail Türkan) Genel Biyoloji 2. Palme Yayıncılık, Ankara, MATERIAL SHARING Documents Assignments Exams Midterm Exam, Final Exam, Make-up Exam ASSESSMENT EXAMS QUANTITY PERCENTAGE Contribution of Mid -Term Examination to Overall Grade 1 40 Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade 1 60

4 TOTAL COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAMME Nr Programme Learning Outcomes Contribution ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION Activities Quantity Duration Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours) Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) Assignments Presentation / Preparing Seminar Mid-term Final examination Total Work Load 64 Total Work Load / 30 (h) 2.13 ECTS Credit of the Course 3 Total Workload

5 COURSE INFORMATON Course Title Code Year Semester T+P+L (Hour/Week) Credits Medical Chemistry First Fall ECTS Department Course Level Language of Instruction Course Type Mode of Delivery Prerequisites and corequisites Recommended Optional Programme Components Name of Lecturer Co-Lecturer Work Placement Teaching Methods Objectives of the Course Learning Outcomes Department of Veterinary Basic Sciences First Cycle Turkish Compulsory Face-To-Face No Assoc. Prof. Dr. Miyase ÇINAR, Asst. Prof. Dr. Özkan DURU Res. Asst. Bayram GÜNER Theoretical and practical sessions, Theoretical courses with using overhead projector and data show device. During the practice, laboratuary experiments related with biochemistry. 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. Students, Learns the principles of basis chemistry. Learns the organic compounds structure, properties and reactions. Gains knowledge and skills in general labaratory Learns the organic compounds structure, properties and reactions. Gains knowledge and skills in general labaratory Gains knowledge and skills in general labaratory Course Content Structure of atom, basic forms of substances, acides and base, kinetics of chemical reaction, structures and properties of organic compounds.

6 COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS) Week Topics Study Materials 1 Introduction to Organic Chemistry, Atomic structure and periodical system Identify of laboratory, General laboratuary rules 2 Chemical bonds 3 Basic forms of substances, Basic rules of chemical reactions Instrument and glassware used in the laboratory Biochemical Analysis Acids and bases, redox system Equilibrium multiphases system Relations among varied energy forms of chemical reactions, Kinetic of chemical reactions Solutions Solutions Buffers 7 8 Structures and reaction types of organic compounds Structure formules and nomenclature Hydrocarbones (Structure formules and nomenclature) Structure izomerism, Alkanes Acid-base titration Fehling experiment Alcenes and Alcynes Heterocyclics Amines, Mercaptans/ Disulphites/ Sulphanic acids, Alcohols and Ethers Phenols and quinones/ Aldehydes and ketones Carboxylic acids, Functional carboxylic acid derivates, Stereoisomerisms of polyfunctional molecules, Hydroxy and ketocarboxylic acids Double bond of oleic acid are saturated with ıyot Esterification Seliwanoff Experiment Molish experiment 13 Amino acides and peptides Coagulation of proteins by heat 14 Carbohydrates Molisch Experiment 15 Lipids Acrolein Experiment RECOMMENDED SOURCES 1.Prof.Dr. Behiç SERPEK, (2003)Organik Kimya, Selçuk Üniversitesi Yayınları Textbook 2.Fessenden JR, Fessenden SJ, Logue WM (Çeviri Ed. Uyar Tahsin) (2001) Organik Kimya. 1. Baskı, Güneş Kitabevi, -Ankara.

7 Additional Resources 1.Tüzün C.(1999) Organik Kimya. Sekizinci Baskı. Palme Yayın Dağıtım, Ankara 2.Okay G (1997) Organik Kimya-1, 5. baskı, Bilim Center, Ankara. MATERIAL SHARING Documents projector and data show device. Assignments Exams Mid term examination Final term examination ASSESSMENT EXAMS QUANTITY PERCENTAGE Contribution of Mid -Term Examination to Overall Grade 1 60 Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade 1 40 TOTAL COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAMME Nr. Programme Learning Outcomes Contribution Learns the education of basis chemistry X 2 Learns the acide-bas reactions that is important for organism X 3 Learns the buffer that is important for the metabolic reactions in organism X 4 Learns the structure, properties and reactions of organic compounds X 5 Learns the chemical structure and prosperties of the carbohydrate, protein and lipid which is necessary for organism. X 6 Gain the experience in laboratory works X ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION Activities Quantity Duration Total Workload Course Duration (Including the exam week: 15x Total course

8 hours) Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) Assignments Presentation / Preparing Seminar Mid-term Final examination Total Work Load 92 Total Work Load / 30 (h) 3,07 ECTS Credit of the Course 3 COURSE INFORMATON Course Title Code Year Semester History of Veterinary Medicine and Deontology T+P+L (Hour/Week) Credits ECTS First Fall Department Course Level Language of Instruction Course Type Mode of Delivery Prerequisites and corequisites Recommended Optional Programme Components Basic Science First Cycle Turkish Compulsory Face-To-Face - - Name of Lecturer - Co-Lecturer - Work Placement Teaching Methods - Objectives of the Course Learning Outcomes Provide information on historical backround of animal diseases. The importance of the profession of veterinary medicine and the development of the first civilizations to the present day in chronological order to have information about.

9 Course Content COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS) Week Topics Study Materials 1 Terminology and foundation of higher education. 2 Among other professions where the profession of Veterinary Medicine. 3 Services of veterinarians to human beings. 4 Undergraduate and graduate education in veterinary medicine. 5 Veterinary medicine in ancient times. 6 Veterinary medicine in middle ages. 7 Veterinary medicine in middle ages. 8 Veterinary Medicine in 16. Century. 9 Veterinary Medicine in 17. Century. 10 Veterinary Medicine in 18. Century. 11 Veterinary Medicine in 19. Century. 12 Veterinary Medicine in 20. and 21. Centuries. 13 Veterinary Medicine in Ottoman. 14 Veterinary Medicine in Turkish Republic. 15 The pioneers of the profession of Veterinary Medicine in the world and in Turkey. RECOMMENDED SOURCES Textbook Prof. Dr. Nihal ERK Veteriner Tarihi A.Ü. Veteriner Fakültesi Yayınları, Additional Resources MATERIAL SHARING Documents

10 Assignments Exams ASSESSMENT EXAMS QUANTITY PERCENTAGE Contribution of Mid -Term Examination to Overall Grade 1 60 Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade 1 40 TOTAL 100 COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAMME Contribution Nr. Programme Learning Outcomes To have a basic knowledge in this area X 2 Professional ethics and responsibility X ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION Activities Course Duration (Including the exam week: 15x Total course hours) Quantity Duration Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) Assignments - Presentation / Preparing Seminar - Mid-term Final examination Total Work Load 60 Total Work Load / 30 (h) 2 ECTS Credit of the Course 2 Total Workload Lesson Name Code Year Semester COURSE INFORMATION Weekly T+U Credit ECTS Anatomy I First Fall

11 Department Level of Course Lesson Language Type of Lesson Teaching System Prerequisite lesson of the lesson Recommended Options Lecturers Department of Veterinary Basic Science Undergraduate Turkish Compulsory (Formal Education) Absent Absent Prof. Dr. Dinçer Yıldız, Prof. Dr. Emine Ümran Bozkurt, Asst. Prof. Dr. Durmuş Bolat Assistant Lecturer Training Status Teaching Methods Aim of Course Learning Outcomes of the Course Absent Controversial Lesson, Structural Examples, Small Group Discussion, Group Study, Laboratory, Homework, Oral To give terminology of basic anatomy, to teach in comparison with the morphological characteristics of locomotor system of domestic mammals and avian species. 1-Learning anatomy terminology which will form the basis of anatomy. 2- Learning main body systems and the basic concepts of systematic anatomy. 3-Learning domestic animals forming the subject of veterinary anatomy and their locations of zoological system. 4- Achieve to basic features of locomotor systems of domestic mammals (horse, cow, sheep, goat, pig, dog, cat, etc.) and constant anatomical similarities and differences between animal species. 5- Achieve to the basic features and differences of locomotor systems of domestic mammals and avian 6- Achieve to species identification on bones and muscles by taking into account the information pointed out above, 7- Achieve to the anatomical features of the nervous system of domestic mammals by comparing between species. 8- Achieve to basic information that may be based on general exenteration and clinical practice and can guide the physician. Course content Terminology and anatomy of locomotor system, nerve. LESSON FLOW Weeks Topics Preliminary 1 Introduction to Anatomy, terminology, Chondrology and Osteology. Latin grammar 2 Skull Skull bones Skull model with maceration and examination in laboratory.

12 3 Vertebral column, Ribs and Sternum Examination of vertebral column, ribs and sternum in laboratory. 4 Thoracic Limb Examination of thoracic limb in laboratory. 5 Pelvic Limb Examination of pelvic limb in laboratory Introduction to Arthrology, skull, hyoid bone, joints and ligaments of vertebral column. Joints and ligaments of foreleg and hindleg. Introduction to myology, accessories of muscles, muscles of skind and head. Determination of Skull, hyoid bone and vertebral column joints and ligaments on sceleton and disection on cadaver. Determination of joints and ligaments of foreleg and hind leg on sceleton and disection cadaver. Disection of muscles of skin and head. 9 Body axis and tail muscles. Disection of muscles of body axis and tail. 10 Forelimb muscles. Disection of forelimb muscles. 11 Hindlimb muscles. Disection of hindlimb muscles 12 Central nervous system, Brain, Spinal cord. Disection of brain and spinal cord. 13 Peripheral nervous system Disection of peripheral nerves. 14 Peripheral nervous system Disection of peripheral nerves. 15 Autonomic nervous system Autonom nerves. REFERENCES Textbooks Recommended Resources 1- Veteriner Anatomi-Hareket Sistemi (T. Özgüden, A. Bahadır2010) 2- Veteriner Anatomi-I (N. Dursun,2010) 3- Veteriner Anatomi-Kemik,eklem,kas (M. Taşbaş, 2001) 4- Veteriner Anatomi-III (N. Dursun,2010) 1- Textbook of Veterinary Anatomy ( Dyce, K.M.,1987, Philadelphia ) 2- The Anatomy of the Domestic Animals I-II-III-IV- (Nickel, 1981, Berlin) 3-Veteriner Anatomi I,Hareket Sistemi (A.Bahadır,H Yıldız,Bursa 2004) Other Resources SHARING MATERIALS Documents Homeworks Exams Anatomy web sites At least 5 homeworks related to lesson topics in one semester 1 midterm exam. Exams can be done with written and oral exam or only oral exam. EVALUATION SYSTEM EXAMS IN A SEMESTER NUMBER THE RATIO OF CONTRIBUTION Midterm exam 1 60 Final exam 1 40

13 Total CONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE TO THE PROGRAM OUTCOMES No Learning outcomes of the program Contribution rate Achieve to the terminology of veterinary anatomy. x 2 Achieve to basic concepts of systematic anatomy and main systems of the body. x Achive to domestic animals forming the subject of veterinary anatomy and their locations of zoological system Achieve to basic features of locomotor systems of domestic mammals (horse, cow, sheep, goat, pig, dog, cat, etc.) and constant anatomical similarities and differences between animal species. Achieve to species identification on bones and muscles by taking into account the information pointed out above. Achieve to the anatomical features of the nervous system of domestic mammals and avian by comparing between species. Achieve to the anatomical features of the nervous system of domestic mammals by comparing between species Achieve to basic information that may be based on general exenteration and clinical practice and can guide the physician. x x x x x x ECTS / WORKLOAD TABLE Activity Course Time(Included exam week: 15x total course time) Out of classroom study time (Preliminary study, strengthening ) NUMBER Course Total Workload Homeworks Presentation/ Preparing Seminars Midexam (Semester) Final exam Total Workload 307 Total Workload / 30 (h) ECTS credit of the lesson 10

14 1 st YEAR 2 nd SEMESTER Course Course Name C/E Teo Pra Total Credits ECTS Code Genetics C Histology I C Principles of Atatürk and C History of Turkish Revolution I Turkish Language II C Animal Walfare C Biostatistics C Anatomy II C English II C/E French II C/E German II C/E Physical Training II C/E Music II C/E Painting II C/E Music II C/E Painting II C/E Elective Courses E TOTAL Elective Courses Anatomy of the Laboratory Animals Disection and Exenteration of the Domestic Mammals Basic Biochemical Methods and their Applications in Biotechology Preparation Techniques of Histological Slides E E E E

15 COURSE INFORMATON Course Title Code Year Semester T+P+L (Hour/Week) Credits ECTS Genetics First Spring Department Course Level Language of Instruction Course Type Mode of Delivery Prerequisites and corequisites Recommended Optional Programme Components Name of Lecturer Co-Lecturer Work Placement Teaching Methods Objectives of the Course Animal Breeding and Husbandry and Animal Nutrition Bachelor Turkish Compulsory Face-To-Face Assoc. Prof. Dr. Süleyman ÇİLEK, Asst. Prof. Dr. Serkan ERAT Res. Asst. Dr. Evren ERDEM, Res. Asst. Bora ÖZARSLAN, Res. Asst. Çağlayan ÖZEL Theoretical and Practice To provide the basic knowledge of principles of heredity, inheritance of qualitative and quantitative traits, hereditary diseases, mutations, population and quantitative genetics, genotype x environment interactions, biotechnology. Learning Outcomes 1. To be able to understand and comprehend Mendelian, population, quantitative and molecular genetics. 2. To be able to comprehend and explain interaction between genes, chromosomal basis of heredity, structure and function of DNA. 3.To be able to understand and explain the mutation either on molecular or chromosomal level 4. To be able to explain the methods of biotechnology for improving livestock species and to be able to design and conduct studies related to genetics field. Course Content COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS) Week Topics Study Materials

16 Introduction. A brief history of genetics. Parts of genetics. Descriptions. The importance of genetics for veterinary medicine. The cell in terms of genetics. Organism. Cell divisions (amitosis, mitosis, meiosis). Chromosomes. Type of chromosomes. Karyotype. The structure of DNA, RNA. DNA replication. Protein synthesis (transcription, translation- central dogma). Simply inherited and polygenic traits. Simple Mendelian Inheritance. Mendel s laws. Crosses (single trait and more than one trait crosses). Probability. Chi-square test. Multiple genes. Gene interactions. Lethal genes. Identification and elimination of lethal genes. Pedigree analysis. Sex linked and limited inheritance. Linkage. Crossing-over. Gene mapping. Mutations. Chromosomal aberrations. Biotechnology: Recombinant DNA technology. Transgenic animals. Cloning. PCR. Population Genetic: Phenotype, genotype and gene frequencies. Hardy-Weinberg law. Inbreeding. Crossbreeding. Quantitative Genetics: Quantitative traits. Normal Distribution. QTL. Genotype x Environment interactions. RECOMMENDED SOURCES Textbook Class presentations. 1.Nicholas, F.W., Introduction to Veterinary Genetics, 2nd Edition, Blackwell Publishing. Ltd, Additional Resources 2. Klug,W. S., ve M.R. Cummings Genetics A Moleculer Perspective, Prentice Hall. Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, U.S.A Snustad, D.P., ve M.J.Simmons, Principles of Genetics, 3rd Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.U.S.A Hartwell, L.H., L. Hood, M.L. Goldberg, A.E.Reynolds, L.M. Silver, ve R.C. Veres. Genetics from Genes to Genomes, 2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, NY, U.S.A

17 MATERIAL SHARING Documents Assignments Exams Mid-Term and Final exam ASSESSMENT EXAMS QUANTITY PERCENTAGE Contribution of Mid -Term Examination to Overall Grade 1 60 Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade 1 40 TOTAL COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAMME Nr. Programme Learning Outcomes 1 Evaluates clinical findings, determines required clinical tests, does the differential diagnosis and the patient monitored plans. 2 Performs practical application and initiatives. X 3 Starts and manages the treatment. X 4 Makes the initial treatment of medical emergencies. X 5 Assess the psychological and social aspects of the patient's disease X 6 Knows the principles of patient referral and if necessary sends the patient to the upper level center. 7 Communicates effectively in medical issues. Contribution X X 8 Effectively takes place in community health issues related to health management systems. X 9 10 Knows the principles of evidence-based medicine practices, and uses his/her knowledge and skills according to these studies. Selects the necessary modern techniques and tools to use information technologies effectively in health practices. 11 Adheres to ethical and legal principles in the field of Health. X 12 Adapts and uses scientific principles, methods and information to health practices and research field. X X X ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION

18 Activities Quantity Duration Course Duration (Including the exam week: 15x Total course hours) Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) Assignments Presentation / Preparing Seminar Mid-term Final examination Total Work Load 60 Total Work Load / 30 (h) 2 ECTS Credit of the Course 2 Total Workload COURSE INFORMATON Course Title Code Year Semester T+P+L (Hour/Week) Credits Histology I First Spring ECTS Department Course Level Language of Instruction Course Type Mode of Delivery Prerequisites and corequisites Recommended Optional Programme Components Name of Lecturer Co-Lecturer Work Placement Teaching Methods Basic Sciences First Cycle Turkish Compulsory Face-To-Face Prof. Dr. Emel ERGÜN, Prof. Dr. Hakan KOCAMIŞ, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siyami KARAHAN Asst. Prof. Dr. Aytül KÜRÜM, Res. Asst. Deniz TEKİNER Theoretical courses with using data show device and investigation of histological slides with light microscopy.

19 Objectives of the Course The objective of the course is to teach the students the morphological and functional features of the cells and different tissues in domestic animals and fowls The recognition of the cell and tissues at microscopic level. Learning Outcomes Recognize and distinguish the properties of cells in tissues. Course Content Cytology and histology COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS) Week Topics (Theory) Study Materials 1 Introduction, description of the cell and cytoplasm. 2 Membraneceous organelles (endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, lysosome, mitochondrion) 3 Fibrillar organelles (centrosome,mitotic spindle) 4 Nucleus, moleculare structure of nucleic acid, sex chromatin, nucleolus 5 Cell division, cell differentiation Mitosis 6 Epithelial tissue. Description of the microscope types. Using of the light microscope. Histologic preparation techniques of the tissues. Histologic preparation techniques of the tissues. Samples of the surface epithelium and glandular epithelium (serous, mucous glands) 7 Connective tissue cells Connective tissue cells 8 Connective tissue fibers Connective tissue fibers 9 Cartilage tissue Cartilage tissue (hyaline cartilage, elastic cartilage, fibrous cartilage) 10 Bone tissue Compact bone 11 Blood tissue Mammalian blood smear 12 Blood tissue Chicken blood smear 13 Muscle tissue Skeletal muscle 14 Muscle tissue 15 Nervous tissue Cardiac muscle and smooth muscle Nervous tissue cells RECOMMENDED SOURCES

20 Textbook Additional Resources 1. Özer, A., Girgin, A., Alabay B., Liman, N., Özfiliz, N., Gülmez, N., Özcan, Z., Yörük, M., Erdost, H., Aslan, Ş., Ergün, L., Zık, B. (2008): Veteriner Özel Histoloji. Nobel Yayın Dağıtım Tic. Ltd. Şti. Ankara. 2. Sağlam, M., Aştı, R.N., Özer, A. (2001): Genel Histoloji. Genişletilmiş 6. baskı, Yorum Matbaacılık, Ankara. 3. Tanyolaç, A. (1999): Özel Histoloji. Yorum Basın Yayın Sanayi Ltd. Şti. Ankara. 4. Junqueira, L.C., Carneiro, J. (2006): Temel Histoloji. Çeviri editörleri: Yener Aytekin, Seyhun Solakoğlu. Nobel Tıp Kitapevleri Ltd. Şti. İstanbul. 1. Gartner, L.P., Hiatt, J. (2007): Colour Textbook of Histology. Third edition, Saunders Elsevier, Philadelphia. 2. Ross, M.H., Pawlina,W. (2006): Histology A Text and Atlas with correlated cell and molecular biology. Fifth edition. Lipincottt Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore. 3. Samuelson, D.A. (2007): Textbook of Veterinary Histology. Saunders Elsevier, China. MATERIAL SHARING Documents Histological slides Assignments - Exams - ASSESSMENT EXAMS QUANTITY PERCENTAGE Contribution of Mid -Term Examination to Overall Grade 1 60 Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade 1 40 TOTAL COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAMME Nr. Programme Learning Outcomes Contribution Recognize and distinguish the properties of cells in tissues. X 2 Knows the importance of structural features of cell organelles and metabolism. X 3 Learns the chromosomal abnormalities and knows the importance cell divisions. X 4 5 The ability to distinguish between healthy and diseased tissues gains in histopathological examination. Knows the conditions required for the histological examinations. X X

21 6 7 Scientific thinking, hypothesis creation, querying and gain the skills to think freely to express. Knows the animal species and races, which structural functional (anatomical, histological, physiological) and behavioral characteristics. X X 8 9 Knows the techniques of histological examination. X ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION Activities Quantity Duration Total Workload Course Duration (Including the exam week: 15x Total course hours) Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) Assignments - - Presentation / Preparing Seminar - - Mid-term Final examination Total Work Load 152 Total Work Load / 30 (h) 5,066 ECTS Credit of the Course 5 COURSE INFORMATON Course Title Code Year Semester T+P+L (Hour/Week) Credits ECTS Animal Welfare First Spring Department Course Level Language of Instruction Course Type Mode of Delivery Prerequisites and corequisites Animal Welfare Bachelor Turkish Compulsory Face-To-Face

22 Recommended Optional Programme Components Name of Lecturer Co-Lecturer Work Placement Teaching Methods Objectives of the Course Asst. Prof. Dr. Serkan ERAT Res. Asst. Dr. Evren ERDEM, Res. Asst. Bora ÖZARSLAN Theoretical To provide the knowledge regarding animal welfare and the application of animal welfare rules to different animal species 1. To be able to know the definition and importance of animal welfare Learning Outcomes Course Content 2. To be able to understand legal regulations on animal welfare 3. To be able to implement the principles of animal welfare to different animal species It is a course containing information about importance of animal welfare in animal breeding, legal regulation of animal welfare in EU and Turkey, techniques to evaluate animal welfare, animal welfare in poultry, cattle, sheep, goat, swine, lab animals and zoos, animal welfare before and during the transportation and slaughter of animals COURSE CONTENT (SYLLABUS) Week Topics Study Materials 1 Definition and importance of animal welfare and evaluation of animal welfare in animal breeding 2 Animal products and welfare 3 Measurement of animal welfare 4 Animal welfare in modern animal husbandry 5 Determining the conditions suitable for animal welfare. Animal housing and welfare relation based on animal species 6 Some surgical applications and welfare in animal breeding 7 Alternative methods for improving welfare criteria 8 9 Mid term exam. Legal regulation on animal welfare in EU and Turkey 10 Welfare in cattle breeding 11 Welfare in poultry (laying hen and broilers) breeding 12 Welfare in sheep and goat breeding

23 13 Welfare in swine and lab animal breeding and in zoos 14 Welfare before, during and after the transportation of animals 15 Welfare before and during the slaughter of animals RECOMMENDED SOURCES Textbook Additional Resources Class notes. 1. Sağmanlıgil, V., F.Cengiz, Y. Sargılı, F. Atasoy, N. Ünal, M. Petek Hayvan Davranışları ve Refahı, T.C. Anadolu Üniversitesi Yayını, No:2332. MATERIAL SHARING Documents Assignments Exams ASSESSMENT EXAMS QUANTITY PERCENTAGE Contribution of Mid -Term Examination to Overall Grade 1 60 Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade 1 40 TOTAL COURSE'S CONTRIBUTION TO PROGRAMME Nr. Programme Learning Outcomes 1 Evaluates clinical findings, determines required clinical tests, does the differential diagnosis and the patient monitored plans. 2 Performs practical application and initiatives. X 3 Starts and manages the treatment. X 4 Makes the initial treatment of medical emergencies. X 5 Assess the psychological and social aspects of the patient's disease X 6 Knows the principles of patient referral and if necessary sends the patient to the upper level center. 7 Communicates effectively in medical issues. X X Contribution X

24 Effectively takes place in community health issues related to health management systems. Knows the principles of evidence-based medicine practices, and uses his/her knowledge and skills according to these studies. Selects the necessary modern techniques and tools to use information technologies effectively in health practices. X X X 11 Adheres to ethical and legal principles in the field of Health. X 12 Adapts and uses scientific principles, methods and information to health practices and research field. X ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION Activities Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours) Quantity Duration Total Workload Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) Assignments Presentation / Preparing Seminar Mid-term Final examination Total Work Load 48 Total Work Load / 30 (h) 48/30 1,6 ECTS Credit of the Course 2 COURSE INFORMATON Course Title Code Year Semester T+P+L (Hour/Week) Credits ECTS Biostatistics First Spring Department Course Level Language of Instruction Course Type Mode of Delivery Prerequisites and corequisites Animal Breeding and Husbandry and Animal Nutrition Bachelor Turkish Compulsory Face-To-Face

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