Qualifications

Master of Veterinary Studies (MVS)

MVS endorsements are available in Veterinary Public Health. 240 credits are required from approved courses. Either a 60-credit dissetation or 120-credit thesis must be completed and at least one 800-level course must be included.

 

Doctor of Philosopy (PhD)

The PhD is designed to provide specialist skills in the application of epidemiological methods to the investigation, analysis and solving of veterinary and veterinary public health problems, and to offer opportunities to apply these skills to the prevention and control of animal diseases and human diseases arising from interaction with animals.

 

For further information about the MVS programme & PhD, or for answers to any queries you might have, please contact:

Programme administrator: Christine Cunningham.

Programme director : Nigel French.

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