Undergraduate Program

1)  The ability to contribute to the profession’s information level.
2)  The ability to develop professional communication skills.
3)  The ability to access to the current information related with the subject.
4)  The ability to communicate and exchange information with their counterparts in the field of practice of the profession.
5)  Basic level of knowledge related to the field of health.
6)  The ability to use technological products related to the field.
7)  The ability to make decisions quickly and accurately related with the field.
8)  Necessary knowledge and experience in occupational safety.
9)  Awareness of professional responsibility.

The graduates of the Opticianry program

  • Will be able to apply basic information in the field of opticianry.
  • Will be able to explain the terms related with opticianry.
  • Will be able to identify problems whenever an unexpected situation is encountered in the use of optic devices.
  • Will be able to identify problems arising from safety deficiency and to find solutions.
  • Will be able to perform a given task independently by using her knowledge in the area of opticianry.
  • Will be able to explore, analyze and explain major patterns of human behavior within the personal and social environment.
  • Will be aware of the importance of lifelong learning.
  • Will be able to inform individuals and institutions by utilizing her technological background and skills in the field of opticianry.
  • Will have developed a consciousness on health issues, workplace safety, and environmental protection.
  • Will be able to choose the most suitable devices according to the prescription, to help the patient during preparation and sale phases as well as for her adaptation to the device.
  • Will be able to measure diopter of the ophthalmic and contact lenses and to make their settings for mounting.
  • Will be able to use the machines, devices and equipment necessary for eyewear.
  • Will possess basic knowledge on eye, its anatomy, physiology, eye diseases and vision health issues.
  • Will possess basic knowledge on public health concepts.
  • Will possess basic knowledge on human anatomy and physiology.
  • Will be able to explain proper laboratory and workshop safety procedures.
  • Will be able to use hospital automation systems, general and professional software programs.
  • Will be able to describe how glass and other optical lens materials are manufactured.
  • Will be able to demonstrate product knowledge and understanding of the diverse uses of optical products.
  • 20) Will be able to participate in activities (congresses, seminars, conferences, symposia) and develop solutions as related to the field of opticianry.