The goals of the studies of veterinary medicine are thus the conveyance of:

The goals of the studies of veterinary medicine are thus the conveyance of:

  • well-founded fundamental knowledge in the field of natural sciences,
  • a sound understanding of the morphology and physiology of the system and behavior of animals as well as their needs,
  • a firm grasp of the pathological processes which can take place in organs and bodily functions in various species,
  • thorough comprehension of illnesses of infectious and non-infectious nature as well as their effects on humans, animals and the quality of foodstuffs,
  • knowledge of biotechnology,
  • well-founded understanding of the effects of xenobiotics on humans, animals and the quality of Foodstuffs, medical-ethical knowledge
  • The basic understanding which is essential for the acquisition of new methods and knowledge and allows for continuing education in keeping with scientific progress.