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Most courses in the Master of Veterinary Medicine (MVM) programme are offered once every second year. Exceptions are the capstone courses (118.851, 118.852, 118.853), Emergency Medicine (118.761) and the epidemiology courses (118.785 and 118.786) which are offered every year.
The duration of most courses is 24 teaching weeks over two semesters (7 to 8 months total):
Exceptions are the epidemiology courses, which are single semester (either February–June or July–November), and business courses which are approximately 3 months.
For every course you pass, you receive a certificate of completion.
We advise you to enrol early in the enrolment period since student numbers are limited to 30. Early enrolment also ensures that you receive study materials before the course starts. Learn how to enrol
Contact workshop dates for 2017 can be found in specific course descriptions and here.
|Course Name||Workshop date|
|118.752 Canine and Feline Endocrinology||30-31 Aug 2017|
|118.756 Canine and Feline Neurology||28-29 Nov 2017|
|118.759 Ophthalmology in Small Animal Practice||29-30 Nov 2017|
|118.761 Canine and Feline Emergency Medicine||29-30 Aug 2017|
|118.762 Dermatology for Small Animal Veterinarians||30-31 Aug 2017|
|118.763 Canine and Feline Orthopedic Surgery||28-30 Nov 2017|
|118.771 Advances in Ruminant Nutrition for Veterinarians||20-22 Jun 2017|
|118.776 Lameness Investigation and Control for Cattle Veterinarians||05-07 Dec 2017|
|118.777 Veterinary Clinical Reproduction and Fertility||20-22 Jun 2017|
|118.778 Advanced Studies in Equine Lameness for Veterinarians||05-07 Dec 2017|
|118.785 Principles of Veterinary Epidemiology||11-13 Apr 2017|
|118.786 Applied Veterinary Epidemiology||29-31 Aug 2017|
118.851 Research Report (MVM) (45 credit)
118.852 Research Report (MVM) (60 credit)
118.853 Advanced Professional Practice in Veterinary Medicine (45 credit)
NB: From 2016 completions must follow the regulations as outlined in Introduction to the MVM capstone courses (253 KB)
Each course offered over 2 semesters involves about 5-6 hours of work per week – one-eighth of a full-time workload.
For each epidemiology course (15 credits) plan to spend 10-15 hours of study per week during the semester.
For business courses students should plan for 25 hours of study per week for the period of the course.
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Last updated on Thursday 23 March 2017