The aim of the Opticianry Program is to train college graduates who can supply optical materials that designed to eliminate vision disorders and to apply them to the patients.
In the Opticianry Program of our Vocational School of Health Services, students are equipped with theoretical knowledge and practical training that rexpert academics and leading professionals of the sector offer.
Students who finish the Opticianry Program earn the title of "Optician".
Opticians prepare and apply optical devices (glasses, contact lenses, etc.) that are used to eliminate or reduce the visual impairments according to the prescriptions of the patients. Graduates of the Opticianry Program, whose employment areas are extremely wide, can open their own optical shops, work as a responsible manager in optician institutions and have the opportunity to work in companies that manufacture optical lenses, frames and contact lenses. In addition, students who graduate from this program can continue their undergraduate programs if they are successful in the Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS).
Undergraduate Programs that allow vertical transfer from our program:
Our Vocational School of Health Services, Optician Program students carry out their applied courses in University Laboratories to improve their practice and practical skills.