Program Outcomes

    Order Program Outcomes
    1 Being able to control of the basic information of human anatomy and use of this information.
    2 Having sufficient information about the terminology and being able to use it.
    3 Having basic information about systems and organs, and if necessary being able to transfer this information.
    4 Being able to gain cadaver dissection skills, apply . These skills systematically or topographically
    5 Being able to review the literature, read scientific articles, evaluate and follow current information.
    6 Being able to prepare scientific article related to the field, present it verbally and written.
    7 Being able to have knowledge and skills professionally and understand the ethics rules of academical environment.

    KNOWLEDGE / Theoretical, Factual

    1. Being able to control of the basic information of human anatomy and use of this information.

    2. Having sufficient information about the terminology and being able to use it.

    3. Having basic information about systems and organs, and if necessary being able to transfer this information.

    SKILLS / Cognitive, Practical

    3. Having basic information about systems and organs, and if necessary being able to transfer this information.

    COMPETENCIES / Ability to work independently and take responsibility

    3. Having basic information about systems and organs, and if necessary being able to transfer this information.

    COMPETENCIES / Learning Competence

    2. Having sufficient information about the terminology and being able to use it.

    3. Having basic information about systems and organs, and if necessary being able to transfer this information.

    COMPETENCIES / Field-based Competence

    1. Being able to control of the basic information of human anatomy and use of this information.

    3. Having basic information about systems and organs, and if necessary being able to transfer this information.