1- Graduating a veterinarian who is scientifically and clinically qualified and has the ability to compete on the national and regional levels.
2-Completing the faculty infrastructure and upgrading the technological and educational environment.
3-Developing the faculty human cadre.
4- Make correcting decisions when there are faults in implementation or in case of a crisis.
5- Gain society’s confidence in the services that are provided by the faculty.
6- Spreading the cultural and environmental awareness of the importance of veterinary medicine for serving society and developing the environment.