The aim of the program is to effectively develop the knowledge, skills and behaviors required to become a graduate Physiotherapist. To achieve this aim, the program provides students with a strong scientific foundation, an impressive repertoire of physiotherapeutic skills, and facilitates the development of excellent clinical reasoning skills. Therefore, the program enables students to develop a secure foundation of knowledge, sound clinical skills of assessment, treatment and evaluation, and generic communication and relations skills.
Physical and occupational therapy department’s graduate works at hospitals, rehabilitation centers, clinics, sport clubs and elderly centers. Through their 4 years on university students receive basic medical courses such as anatomy, physiology, pathology, surgery and neurology as well as theoretical and practical courses in physiotherapy and occupational therapy which gives the student the skills needed to assess the patient and the development of natural treatment plan and apply it.