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This double-semester course provides an-depth study on the management of reproductive outcomes in a range of domestic mammals with the opportunity to tailor your assessment to focus on your target species, for example cattle, horses or companion animals.
On this course you will learn:
Reproduction is one of the MVM courses for postgraduate veterinarians which is taught online via distance learning and led by a recognised international expert in the field.
The course is supported by the latest research, reviews and case material to challenge veterinarians with in-depth, relevant continuing education. Course materials include a printed guide to your reading and assessment which integrates online learning activities such as discussions, quizzes, lessons, library searches, critical evaluation and exercises for self-assessment with reading materials and personal study tasks.
Highlights of the reproduction course include: The ability to focus your study on any species group including those less frequently presented to the practitioner. The opportunity to attend real time guest webinars by speakers with specific species expertise/ experience and delve into the science base behind reproductive interventions and novel assisted reproductive techniques.
Expect to participate and have fun doing it!
With the MVM programme you have the flexibility to study when and where you want and the support of the MVM team to gain an internationally-recognised veterinary qualification that will help you in your practice every day.
Erica is Senior Lecturer in Equine Science at Massey University having completed her veterinary degree and PhD at Massey University and a two year residency at Colorado State University in the Equine Reproduction Laboratory. A Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenology, Erica is a registered specialist in Equine Reproduction in New Zealand.
Jimena is a lecturer in Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology. She completed her veterinary medicine degree in Argentina and obtained her MSc and PhD in Veterinary Biomedical Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. During her graduate program she focused on the development of oestrogen-free approaches for the control of oestrous cycle in cattle.
In-depth part-time study 24 teaching weeks spread over a 7-8 month period
Learning materials and facilities
The 2021 contact workshop for reproduction will be delivered in an online format. The course will comprise of a series of online and offline activities, guest and lecturer webinars (realtime and/or recorded), and realtime discussion of presented tasks and materials.
|Enrolments open||October 2020|
|Course start||February 2021|
|Contact Workshop||Dates TBC|
|Exam period||October - November 2021|
|Course end||November 2021|
*Please note: You can still apply for enrolment after the due dates above.
For more information on delivery and course content please contact the MVM team.
Once enrolments open detailed offering information will be available via the Massey Course Search page.
A guide to costs can be found on the Massey Fees information page.
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Last updated on Wednesday 18 March 2020