MVM subjects and endorsements

You can complete the Master of Veterinary Medicine (MVM) with or without a subject of endorsement. The Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Science (PGDipVCS) can be awarded with or without an endorsement.

Subjects and endorsements identify the field of emphasis of your qualification. They form part of the name of the qualification you receive at graduation.

Subjects of Endorsement—Master of Veterinary Medicine (MVM)

You can currently choose from the following subjects of endorsement. Alternatively, you can do courses from various subjects for an unendorsed MVM.

NB: From 2016 completions must follow the regulations as outlined in  Introduction to the MVM capstone courses (253 KB)

MVM (Companion Animal)

To gain an MVM (Companion Animal) (120 credits total), complete:

MVM (Companion Animal Surgery)

To gain an MVM (Companion Animal Surgery) (120 credits total), complete:

MVM (Production Animal)

To gain an MVM (Production Animal) (120 credits total), complete:

MVM (Equine)

To gain an MVM (Equine) (120 credits total), complete:

MVM (Veterinary Business Administration)

To gain an MVM (Veterinary Business Administration) (120 credits total) complete:

Endorsements—Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Science (PGDipVSc)

You can choose the following endorsement. Alternatively, you can select any eight courses for an unendorsed PGDipVSc.

PGDipVSc (veterinary medicine)

To gain a PGDipVSc (veterinary medicine) (120 credits total), complete at least six courses (90 credits) from the MVM courses.

The remaining credits can come from any other MVM programme course or courses in the and/or series.

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