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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), 118.761, Canine and Feline Emergency Medicine and 118.785 Principles of Veterinary Epidemiology which are offered every year. The duration of most courses is 24 teaching weeks over two semesters (seven to eight months total).
Exceptions are the epidemiology courses, 118.785 and 118.786, which are single semester (either February–June or July–November).
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.
The following 15 credit courses you are also able to integrate into your MVM studies and are run from Auckland Airport, Manawatu Campus or online.
115.764 Leadership and Teamwork
115.765 Managing People and Organisations
115.766 Managing Financial Resources
115.768 Marketing Analysis and Strategy
115.769 Business Economics
115.774 Operations and Supply Chain Management
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Last updated on Monday 27 May 2019