- Knowledge and understanding.
Consistent with the educational objectives of the Course of Studies (CdS), the course aims to provide the student with knowledge and understanding of the general concepts of epidemiology, prophylaxis, control and diagnosis of parasitic and infectious diseases, with particular reference to the main pathologies and zoonoses of animals of zootechnical interest.
- Ability to apply knowledge and understanding.
At the end of the course the student will be able to identify and define the characteristics of different pathogenic microorganisms and to deal with problems concerning the prevention and management of parasitic and infectious diseases of interest in the zootechnical and public health fields.
- Autonomy of judgment.
At the end of the course the student must be able to autonomously define and choose the prevention, control and diagnosis strategies of the diseases covered by the course. In order to foster the student's ability to connect the different topics of the course together and therefore to acquire judgment and choice skills in the field of prevention and control of parasitic and infectious diseases, they can be taken as a model and treated in a some diseases and pathologies of interest in the zootechnical and public health fields.
- Communication skills.
At the end of the course the student must have acquired the ability to communicate with adequate language skills and demonstrate the ability to present the topics covered in a clear, linear and coherent manner.
- Ability to learn.
At the end of the training course, the student is expected to have developed understanding and skills that enable him to continue learning independently through the consultation and critical evaluation of the scientific literature relating to the subjects covered.