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Join Mary Anna Thrall, an internationally-experienced and highly-qualified lecturer, for an in-depth study of clinical pathology in small animal practice a course offered in Massey University’s Master of Veterinary Medicine Programme (MVM).
Please note: Courses are revised following each offering. Details of content and assessment are subject to change between offerings.
The course will systematically approach the selection, collection, preparation and interpretation of haematological, cytopathological and clinical biochemistry samples in small animal practice.
This course is taught via distance learning (you may know it as continuing education, distance education or continuing professional development) by an international expert in the field.
The course uses:
Study each area in turn and then apply and integrate your knowledge to case-based materials.
Mary Anna received her DVM from Purdue University, MS and residency certificate from Colorado State University. After 32 years teaching clinical pathology at Colorado State University she is now teaching at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts, West Indies.
In-depth part-time study 24 teaching weeks spread over a 7-8 month period
Learning materials and facilities
The fees for each 15-credit course in 2018 are NZ$6550. Hover over the fee to view it in your currency. Note: fees are revised annually.
*Please note, all prices are approximate based on recent exchange rates and are quoted excluding Goods and Services Tax. Additional non-tuition fees also apply which vary from approx NZD$195-400.
Fees for domestic students are subsidised by the NZ government. See fees information for domestic students.
This program was reviewed and approved by the AAVSB RACE program for 150 hours of continuing education in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval. Please contact the AAVSB RACE program if you have any comments/concerns regarding this program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.
The contact workshop is an opportunity for face-to-face time with your class and lecturer. Together you can build on the knowledge you’ve gained on the course through small group teaching, practical sessions and discussions of experiences in your own practice. The new format also provides a great opportunity for you to meet students and staff from other courses within the MVM programme by combining with them for some sessions.
For the best contact workshop experience we recommend that you attend in person. While attendance is highly-recommended it is not compulsory in order to pass the course. If you can’t make it in person you will be able to join some (non-practical) sessions live via the internet (we endeavour to record these sessions for review, but are unable to guarantee the quality of the recording).
|Enrolments open||1 October 2017|
|Course start||July 2018|
|Exam period||February 2019|
|Course end||February 2019|
*Please note: You can still apply for enrolment after the due dates above.
Places cannot be assured after these due dates; but late applications will be considered as long as remaining places are available.
If you have any questions please check with the MVM office to see if you can still enrol.
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Last updated on Thursday 14 June 2018