GAZI UNIVERSITY INFORMATION PACKAGE - 2019 ACADEMIC YEAR

Program Learning Outcomes
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOME
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KNOWLEDGE
Theoretical, Factual
- Acquires the skills matching the requirements for handling the responsibilities of Pharmacology discipline.
- Acquires information about basic principles of drug effects, and, percepts the basic principles of rational drug therapy.
- Learns certain advanced experimental methods used for the assessment of drug effects.
- Learns experimental disease models used in pharmacology, acquires the skills to perform these experimental procedures. Obtains the skills for working with laboratory animals.
- - Understands the general principles in drug screening tests and their applications.
- - Learns the basic molecular mechanisms involved in the regulation of cell functions and cellular signal transduction systems, and, gains experience in pharmacological approach to these mechanisms.
- Learns the means of collecting and analyzing scientific data and reasoning.
- Acquires the knowledge, skills and the attitude regarding the techniques for scientific presentation and writing.
- - Learns the physiological features of the organism in respect with the relevant systems, percepts the pathological changes, and, learns the mechanisms of action of related drugs.
- - Becomes competent in explaining the mechanisms involved in molecular, cellular and systems pharmacology, with broad and accurate information. Can discuss the concepts of specific research topics with wide acquaintance.
SKILLS
Cognitive, Practical
- Acquires the skills matching the requirements for handling the responsibilities of Pharmacology discipline.
- Acquires information about basic principles of drug effects, and, percepts the basic principles of rational drug therapy.
- Learns certain advanced experimental methods used for the assessment of drug effects.
- Learns experimental disease models used in pharmacology, acquires the skills to perform these experimental procedures. Obtains the skills for working with laboratory animals.
- - Understands the general principles in drug screening tests and their applications.
- - Learns the basic molecular mechanisms involved in the regulation of cell functions and cellular signal transduction systems, and, gains experience in pharmacological approach to these mechanisms.
- Learns the means of collecting and analyzing scientific data and reasoning.
- Acquires the knowledge, skills and the attitude regarding the techniques for scientific presentation and writing.
- - Learns the physiological features of the organism in respect with the relevant systems, percepts the pathological changes, and, learns the mechanisms of action of related drugs.
- - Becomes competent in explaining the mechanisms involved in molecular, cellular and systems pharmacology, with broad and accurate information. Can discuss the concepts of specific research topics with wide acquaintance.
COMPETENCIES
Ability to work independently and take responsibility
- Acquires the skills matching the requirements for handling the responsibilities of Pharmacology discipline.
- Acquires information about basic principles of drug effects, and, percepts the basic principles of rational drug therapy.
- Learns certain advanced experimental methods used for the assessment of drug effects.
- Learns experimental disease models used in pharmacology, acquires the skills to perform these experimental procedures. Obtains the skills for working with laboratory animals.
- Learns the means of collecting and analyzing scientific data and reasoning.
- Acquires the knowledge, skills and the attitude regarding the techniques for scientific presentation and writing.
Learning Competence
- Acquires the skills matching the requirements for handling the responsibilities of Pharmacology discipline.
- Acquires information about basic principles of drug effects, and, percepts the basic principles of rational drug therapy.
- Learns certain advanced experimental methods used for the assessment of drug effects.
- Learns experimental disease models used in pharmacology, acquires the skills to perform these experimental procedures. Obtains the skills for working with laboratory animals.
- - Understands the general principles in drug screening tests and their applications.
- - Learns the basic molecular mechanisms involved in the regulation of cell functions and cellular signal transduction systems, and, gains experience in pharmacological approach to these mechanisms.
- Learns the means of collecting and analyzing scientific data and reasoning.
- Acquires the knowledge, skills and the attitude regarding the techniques for scientific presentation and writing.
- - Learns the physiological features of the organism in respect with the relevant systems, percepts the pathological changes, and, learns the mechanisms of action of related drugs.
- - Becomes competent in explaining the mechanisms involved in molecular, cellular and systems pharmacology, with broad and accurate information. Can discuss the concepts of specific research topics with wide acquaintance.
Communication and Social Competence
Field-based Competence
- Acquires the skills matching the requirements for handling the responsibilities of Pharmacology discipline.
- Acquires information about basic principles of drug effects, and, percepts the basic principles of rational drug therapy.
- Learns certain advanced experimental methods used for the assessment of drug effects.
- Learns experimental disease models used in pharmacology, acquires the skills to perform these experimental procedures. Obtains the skills for working with laboratory animals.
- - Understands the general principles in drug screening tests and their applications.
- - Learns the basic molecular mechanisms involved in the regulation of cell functions and cellular signal transduction systems, and, gains experience in pharmacological approach to these mechanisms.
- Learns the means of collecting and analyzing scientific data and reasoning.
- Acquires the knowledge, skills and the attitude regarding the techniques for scientific presentation and writing.
- - Learns the physiological features of the organism in respect with the relevant systems, percepts the pathological changes, and, learns the mechanisms of action of related drugs.
- - Becomes competent in explaining the mechanisms involved in molecular, cellular and systems pharmacology, with broad and accurate information. Can discuss the concepts of specific research topics with wide acquaintance.