Veterinary Medicine Study Program and Veterinary Profession Education Study Program

Veterinary Medicine Study Program (VMSP) and Veterinary Profession Education Study Program (VPESP)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The formulation of five star veterinarians into the 6 domain of competencies.

Vet Star PEO Domain Domain of Competencies
1 Care provider 1 Professionalism, good ethical and moral
2 Ability to master animal health, veterinary science and technology
2 Decision maker 2 Ability to master animal health, veterinary science and technology
4 Ability to solve veterinary problem (control and prevention of animal diseases)
3 Communicator 3 Ability to harmonize one health: safety animal products, public health, animal welfare
4 Community leader 5 Ability to perform veterinary services and community
5 Manager 1 Professionalism, good ethical and moral
3 Ability to harmonize one health: safety animal products, public health, animal welfare
5 Ability to perform veterinary services and community
6 Suitable to commence a further course such as a veterinarian, specialization, and/or a course leading to a master/doctorate
       

 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

Based on the UP-VMSP and VPESP Program Educational Objective as mentioned above, the Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) of the  UP-VMSP and VPESP have been formulated as follows.  After completing the program, successful students become graduates who:

 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO) of VMSP

PLO 1 General value: Faith in God, Having   morals, ethics and good behavior in completing their duties; Excellence in academics and professional life; Responsible for the social welfare; Able to implement, develop and also enrich the veterinary – animal science field; Maintain an Indonesian moral value; Able to work independently or in group, creative, innovative and having entrepreneurship skills; Highly motivated, open minded; Possess a high working spirit, dedication and high commitment
PLO 2 Mastering knowledge about basic concepts, principles and theories related to veterinary science
PLO 3 Mastering skills in applying Science and Technology laboratory of biomedical anatomy, histology, physiology, biochemical, embryology, reproduction, clinical pathology, pathology, microbiology, parasitology, immunology, pharmacology, toxicology, radiology and Veterinary Public Health.
PLO 4 Mastering skills in measuring physiological parameter and animal welfare.
PLO 5 Able to analyze the way drugs work and toxin.
PLO 6 Able to do agent identifications that are; virus, bacteria, parasite, fungi and toxin, and cause determination of animal diseases.
PLO 7 Mastering skills in doing agent identification, such as; virus, bacteria, parasite, fungi and toxin, and cause determination of animal diseases.
PLO 8 Mastering and understanding knowledge about zoonotical and non zoonotical animal diseases.
PLO 9 Responsible to own job and can be given responsibility for the work result achievement of biomedical laboratory, such as; anatomy, histology, physiology, biochemical, embryology, reproduction, clinical pathology, pathology, microbiology, parasitology, immunology, pharmacology, toxicology, radiology, and veterinary public health.
PLO 10 Able to compile formula and make animal food, compile formula and make veterinary clinical nutrition or clinical dietetic.
PLO 11 Mastering knowledge about animal food and compile veterinary clinical nutrition or clinical dietetic
PLO 12 Mastering knowledge about national animal health system, veterinary legislation also authority limits of medical veterinary.
PLO 13 Able to analyze epidemiology and veterinary economic also compiling animal diseases reporting.
PLO 14 Mastering skills in analyzing epidemiology and veterinary economic also compiling animal diseases reporting
PLO 15 Able to do risk analysis, veterinary economic analysis
PLO 16 Mastering skills in applying care management and health management in food-producing animals or livestocks, pets and companion animals, wildlifes and conservations, aquatic animals, and laboratory animals.
PLO 17 Mastering skills doing scientific study by compiling research plan and report also forming scientific papers.
 

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO) of VPESP 

PLO 1 Having insight of veteriner ethic and comprehension towards the essence of profession vow and ethic code also baseline of veterinary profession;
PLO 2 Having skills in doing: (a) clinical, laboratoric, patologic, and epidemiologic diagnosis of animal diseases; (b) Creating nutrition for medical health and disorder; (c) antemortem and postmortem examination; (d) pregnancy examination, handling of reproduction disorder and application of reproduction technology; (f) supervision and control of animal medicine quality and biological ingredients, including the usage and distribution; (g) assesment and supervision of animal welfare;
PLO 3 Having skills in practicing lege-artis medical treatment.
PLO 4 Having skills in handling some diseases in large animals, small animals, poultry, exotic animals
PLO 5 Having skills in handling some diseases of wildlife, exotic animals and management at the zoo.
PLO 6 Having skills in control and prevention management of strategic and Zoonoses diseases, biosecurity-biosafety, also environment control
PLO 7 Having skills in ”therapeutic transaction”, doing anamnese, medical record, informed consent of medical treatment, prescription writing, doctor’s certificate, and client education;
PLO 8 Able to decide therapy appropriately, mastering traditional medicines, mastering animal medicine quality, mastering therapy side effects
PLO 9 Having insight in actualizing food self-sufficiency;
PLO 10 Having insight in the field of national animal health system and eterinary legislation;
PLO 11 Having skills in professional communication/ dialogue;
PLO 12 Having basic knowledge of risk analysis, veterinary economic analysis and entrepreneurship.
PLO 13 Able to do innovation in the field of medical veterinary aligned with improvement of biotechnology and genetic engineering;
PLO 14 Able to do research, handling biological safety of animal diseases, and environment control;
PLO 15 Well-communicate, able to cooperate in team;
PLO 16 Able to make research proposal, able to compile seminar materials, delivering in form of presentation and poster, writing according to rules of scientific journals;
PLO 17 Able to process research data, do the data analysis, take summary and decision correctly;
PLO 18 Mastering leadership management aspect and doing it well;

Veterinary Medicine Study Program (VMSP)

LIST OF COURSES AND MODULE HANDBOOKS

SEMESTER I

No Code Course Credits Prerequisite PLO Learning Outcome
Primary/Supporting Element
1. UNU 100-105 Religion
Module handbook
2/0 - 1 PDS

At the end of the lectures students are expected to:

a. Knowledge/Understanding on:
1. The Islamic view of science and technology, The importance of learning, developing, practicing, and teaching science and technology.
2. Islamic guide in working environment.
3. Islamic guide in leading an agency or company.
4. Islamic values related to the welfare, utilisation and preservation of animals.
b. Ability to Analyse/Intelectual Skills in:
1. Formulating thoughts and policies in accordance with Islamic values.
2. Performing work analysis based on Islamic values.
c. Practical Skills in:
1. Identifying some issues based on the spiritual values of Islam.
2. Making work policies in accordance with the spiritual values of Islam.
3. Implementing islamic values in daily life and duties.
d. Managerial & Transferable Skills in :
1. Managing the basic sources of Islamic values associated with the veterinary profession and the world of work and utilising them in life and practice.
2. Transferring knowledge and lifeskills based on Islamic values to others and the environment.
e. Attitude:
1. Sensitivity and concern for the various problems that exist around it.
2. Professional acts based on Islamic values.
3. Work ethic in accordance with Islamic values.

2. UNU 110 Ideology
Module handbook
2/0 - 1 PDS Student should be able to understand the Pancasila as the basic value and the value of the state the constitutional system of the Republic of Indonesia to study the historical, juridical and philosophical as well as understanding and actualization of Pancasila as a paradigm in the life of society, nation and state.
3. UNU 240 Citizenship
Module handbook
2/0 - 1 PDS Students should be able to be scientists and professionals who are able to develop a sense of nationalism and patriotism; democratic civilized; good citizens, competitiveness, discipline and actively participate in building a peaceful life based on the value system of Pancasila.
4. KHU 1011

Osteology, Arthrology, Myology and Splanchnology

Module handbook

2/1 - 2, 3, 9, 12, 15 KSS Able to understanding in terms of:
1. Nomina anatomica associated with the field of osteology, artrology, myology, and splanchnology.
2. Directions and position of the limb.
3. The structure and location of skeleton axial skeletal bones, appendicular skeleton, and visceral skeleton.
4. Bone classification by shape or morphology (bone length, short bone flat bone, irregular bone).
5. Classification of joints based on the structure of joints, relationships between structures of joints, movements and joints positions.
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