Paramedics Veteriner Study Program
Paramedic Veteriner Study Program is a superior expertise program from graduates who are competent in the field of veterinary paramedics who are reliable in handling animal health and welfare and veterinary community health who are professional, honest, sincere, entrepreneurial, and have high fighting power.
Why Must This
Studying at the Paramedic Veteriner Study Program, comprehensive student development can be carried out in order to increase the nation’s competitiveness. In addition, it also develops students’ skills in technology according to the needs of an increasingly competitive agrarian society in the present and future.
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Number of Credits
Academic Education Program
Ahli Madya (A.Md)
Becoming a superior Veterinary Paramedic Expertise Program from graduates who are competent in the field of veterinary paramedics who are reliable in handling animal health and welfare and veterinary community health who are professional, honest, sincere, entrepreneurial, and have high fighting power.
- Organizing higher education and comprehensive student development in order to improve the nation’s competitiveness.
Develop students’ skills in technology according to the needs of an increasingly competitive agrarian society in the present and future.
Build systems and develop interest in skills for students proportionally, effectively and efficiently.
Organizing community service by applying science and technology in the field of animal health and welfare as well as veterinary public health.
Paramedics Veteriner graduates are expected to have expertise in their field
Able to work as a zootechnical laboratory technician (anatomy, or histology, or physiology, or biochemistry, or embryology, or reproductive medicine, or clinical pathology, or systemic pathology, or microbiology, or parasitology, or immunology, or pharmacology, or toxicology, or surgery). , or internal medicine, or Veterinary Public Health) by using veterinary principles and procedures according to the provisions to assist Veterinary Medical services according to their specialization/ diligence.
Capable of maintaining production animals, pets and companion animals, wild/conservation animals, aquatic animals, or laboratory animals by using animal welfare principles to ensure healthy, safe, productive and quality animal conditions.
Able to assist the implementation of duties and authorities of veterinarians in handling animal health by using their skills under the supervision of veterinarians.
Mastering the concepts of basic science as the basis for the practice of veterinary science which includes biology, veterinary science, animal behavior and control/restraint techniques, identification of disease-causing agents, operating diagnostic support equipment, identification of sick animals, and assisting in the treatment of veterinary diseases, assisting surgical procedures in promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative actions related to healthy and sick animals based on animal welfare, and being able to apply them legally.
Able to carry out medical records and reporting in a coherent and correct manner, able to carry out independent and group work, by showing a paramedic professional attitude, obedience and having a responsible leadership spirit, idealism and having leadership and entrepreneurial spirit.
Paramedics Veteriner Study Program consists of 114 credits which are divided into several courses including
1. Pancasila and Citizenship Education 3(2-1)
Learn the meaning and importance of defending the country based on an understanding of Pancasila, the Preamble to the Constitution, the 1945 Constitution, Human Rights, Pancasila as an ethical system, Archipelago Insight, National Resilience, Regional Autonomy and Good Governance, in order to build the character of students who have awareness of defending the country in accordance with the goals of national education.
2. Anatomy 3(1-2)
Learn the basics of anatomy which includes tissues, bones, muscles, organs, blood vessels, and nerves in domestic animals.
3. Biology and sterilization techniques 3(1-2)
Learn practical knowledge about the classification and phylogeny of animals, study the anatomy and physiology of animals, especially vertebrates and relate the role of biology in animal and human health and practical knowledge about the introduction of veterinary tools and materials and their sterilization techniques to help prepare for handling animal diseases.
4. Physiology 2(1-1)
Studying the processes and functions of the animal body in an integrative and comprehensive way using the concepts and principles of biology and physiology.
5. Animal Control Techniques 2(1-1)
Learn good and correct handling and restraint techniques in the Veterinary Paramedic expertise program.
6. Animal Science and Behavior 2(1-1)
Studying behavior and animal observation, the characteristics of animal species/races, their character properly and correctly in the Veterinary Paramedic expertise program.
7. Animal Welfare 2(2-0)
Learn the concept of animal welfare, including the 5 principles of freedom and communicate it to various stakeholders.
8. Indonesian 3(2-1)
Learn the mastery and use of Indonesian well. Topics covered include EYD, sentence structure, effective and logical sentences, paragraphs, types of writing, scientific work, and oral presentation.
9. Religious Education 2(2-0)
Studying the understanding, appreciation and practice of the concept of a solid faith and religion, religion and religion in scientific disciplines, religion, nation and state in supporting national development, mental attitude and achieving the goals of human life.
10. Basic Biochemistry 3(1-2)
Studying the topics of discussion about the importance and role of biochemistry in the field of animal health; structure, function and metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids (RNA u0026amp; DNA), amino acids and proteins, vitamins, minerals and hormones. Basic Biochemistry Practicum contains courses on cholesterol analysis, identification of carbohydrates, DNA isolation u0026amp; protein), as well as DNA electrophoresis u0026amp; proteins.
11. Sanitation and Waste Treatment 3(1-2)
Learn the principles of biosecurity, sanitary materials that are safe for the environment, cage health, tools u0026amp; environment, and the theory of waste management originating from animals and livestock.
12. Veterinary Administration Registration System 3(1-2)
Learn and practice practical knowledge about the importance of medical record systems and veterinary administration. Get to know medical forms that are commonly used and how to fill them out either manually or computerized.
13. Clinical Examination Techniques 3(1-2)
Learn how to take anamnesis, physical examination, record medical data, physiological data, on animals and carry out anamnesis, physical examination of animals, recording and reporting.
14. Introduction to Economics and Entrepreneurship 2(1-1)
Learn the basics of economics and entrepreneurship by way of thinking initiative, creative, productive and innovative.
15. English 3(1-2)
Learn a series of skills to read and understand texts in English and improve vocabulary mastery at the intermediate level with reading topics that are appropriate for each skill program.
16. Micro Anatomy (Histology) 3(1-2)
Learn about how to collect the correct histological samples, understand the various fixation materials, good fixation techniques, the process of making and cutting tissue, the process of tissue staining, evaluating and improving the staining results, getting to know the tools for examining histology preparations (microscope), understanding how to store and care for histology preparations.
17. Hygiene and Safety of Animal Products 3(1-2)
Studying ante and post mortem inspections, practical knowledge about hygiene and safety of animal products and the possibility of contamination, RPH management and conducting (P2) ante, post mortem and animal product inspections.
18. Clinical Pathology 3(1-2)
Learn the techniques of taking, handling and examining samples (blood, urine, feces, and other body fluids) and reporting the results.
19. Pharmacology 3(1-2)
Learn the basics of knowledge of veterinary drugs, the mechanism of action of drugs, the method of administration and their effects on animal health.
20. Microbiology 3(1-2)
Learn practical knowledge about infectious agents that cause animal diseases, the body’s defense processes in the face of infectious agents attacks and sampling techniques.
21. Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics 2 (1-1)
Learn the basics of epidemiology and the consequences of disease events, survey techniques and carry out epidemiological data collection and reporting of disease events.
22. Teknik Instrumentasi Diagnostika Veteriner 3(1-2)
Learn and practice practical knowledge about the introduction of diagnostic and operating support equipment, knowing their functions and how to use them.
23. Animal Reproduction 3(1-2)
Learn and practice practical knowledge about the anatomy-physiology of the reproductive system of male and female animals, hormonal regulation in the reproductive cycle: puberty, gametogenesis, ovarian cycle, fertilization, pregnancy and childbirth and reproductive behavior.
24. Animal Health Counseling 2(2-0)
Learn the basics of counseling, communication techniques, sociology and community behavior and carry out (P3) practice of delivering messages to the public and socialization/promotion of animal health
25. Parasitology 3(1-2)
Studying the types of parasites (endoparasites and extoparasites) and applying techniques for collection, delivery, examination of samples, preparation of media, isolation, identification of parasites and their safety and reporting of results.
26. Postoperative Preparation and Care Techniques 3(1-2)
Learn procedures and carry out surgical/surgery preparation and post-surgical/surgery care
27. Basic Animal Necropsy Techniques 3(1-2)
Learn the procedures and perform necropsy, collection, handling of organ samples and their security.
28. Feed Science and Nutrition 3(1-2)
Studying various types of animal feed and nutrition and formulating rations for health, medical disorders in carnivores, herbivores and omnivores and their presentation
29. Laboratory Animal Health and Aquatic Animals 4(2-2)
Studying strategic diseases and conducting identification, preparation for handling and management of diseases in laboratory animals and aquatic animals.
30. Treatment Techniques and Physiotherapy 3(1-2)
Learn and practice various drug administration techniques and treatment procedures, as well as various physiotherapy techniques in helping animal health.
31. Health of Pets, Terrestrial Animals and Zoos (Wildlife) 4(2-2)
Learn practical knowledge about health management, identification of handling health problems in pets (dogs, cats, rabbits and horses), Terrestrial Animals and Zoos (Wildlife).
32. Obstetrics and Animal Reproductive Disorders 3(1-2)
Learn and practice practical knowledge about the physiological and pathological stages of pregnancy, preparing for birth and perinatal care, as well as the introduction and preparation for treatment of mastery in male and female animals.
33. Professional Ethics, Professional Appreciation and Veterinary Legislation 3(3-0)
Study a brief history; development and scope of duties of the veterinary paramedic profession; and its role in society and Studying ethical and legal behavior, actions, and policies in the administration of animal health according to the prevailing norms and laws and regulations.
34. Zoonoses 1(1-0)
Studying the etiology, diagnosis, transmission, and prevention, control or eradication of zoonoses.
35. Animal Quarantine Technique 3(1-2)
Learn the procedures for isolating sick animals (terrestrial and aquatic), exterminating dead animals or animal products properly and correctly.
36. Livestock/Food Health 4(2-2)
Studying the types of ruminants, poultry and their functions, preparing for disease management and health management in ruminants and poultry
37. Field Work Practice I 3 (0-3)
The practice of health services in one of the animal choices (horses, pigs or wildlife) with an emphasis on the aspects of recognition and skills in handling diseases. Practice is carried out for 4 weeks at the end of semester 4.
38. Field Work Practice II 5 (0-5)
Mandatory practice of health services for ruminants, pets and poultry with an emphasis on recognition aspects and skills in handling disease for each animal for 4 weeks. Students report on special topics from the results of fieldwork I and II, in seminars and as a requirement for the implementation of the final exam.
39. Seminar 1 (0-1)
Students present the results of field work practices in front of the class, get feedback from their discussions, for the preparation of field work practice reports and exchange practical work experiences.
40. Laporan Akhir 3 (0-3)
Reporting on special topics from the results of field work practices I and II, seminars and as a condition for the implementation of the final exam.
Paramedics Veteriner Lecturers