In this study, the relationship between attitudes of pedagogical formation program pre-service teachers towards teaching profession and their self-efficacies has been examined. In this case, the effect of graduation branches of the pre-service teachers on teacher self-efficacies and the effect of teacher self-efficacies on attitudes towards teaching profession have been investigated. From this aspect, this research has the characteristics of causal-comparative research. Being suitable for the purpose of this research, it has been carried out with 300 pre-service teachers registered to pedagogical formation training certificate program at a state university in Turkey. Being conducted on pre-service teachers and established scaling models incidental to "Attitude Scale towards Teaching Profession" and "Teacher Self-Efficacy Scale" has been confirmed and the conformity index values obtained from the scaling model have shown good conformity. It is also seen that the structural equation model which is established in order to test the effect of branches on teacher self-efficacies and the effect of teacher self-efficacies on attitudes towards teaching profession has been confirmed and conformity index values have shown good conformity.