The exam test allows to determine whether the student has developed a degree of knowledge and understanding of the general business context of livestock. The latter is intended to be assessed in relation to its technical and economic characteristics. This knowledge is also verified, this time in an applied form, with respect to the relationship between the veterinary service and the company objectives of the entrepreneur. In particular, with regard to the achievement of break-even points and the positive balance of revenues and production costs, as well as control systems for quality management. In the latter case, where adopted in food organizations and for the production of food of animal origin. The previous, general and applied knowledge will still be qualified with regard to the student's maturity of judgment and his explanatory and communicative ability. Finally, of the different types of relationship between the veterinary medical service and company organizations will be evaluated the ability of the student to develop and solve business experiences not directly attributable to the general standards proposed as an example, but that have, instead, particular and diversified contents.
The course contributes to the development of the following skills: Promote, monitor and maintain health and safety in the veterinary field; prove the knowledge of quality assurance systems; risk management to professional practice. Communicate effectively with customers, the public, colleagues and competent authorities, using an appropriate language to the public concerned. Understand the economic and emotional context in which the veterinarian operates.Demonstrate the ability to manage incomplete information, address contingencies and adapt to the change. Demonstrate lifelong learning skills and commitment to training and development professional. This includes the ability to memorize and reflect on professional experience to measures to improve performance and competence.