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All our courses are taught by distance/online. Each course has a three-day non-compulsory contact workshop in Palmerston North. If you cannot attend in person, you can use interactive technologies, to interact with the class and lecturer online (practical sessions not included). Most lectures are streamed live and recorded for later review.
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Taught courses are offered every second year with the exception of the following courses offered annually
Research reports (Capstone courses) (118.851, 118.852, 118.853) are offered each year over Semester 1&2.
For every course you pass, you receive a certificate of completion.
Choose any course you want or select specific courses towards a Companion Animal, Companion Animal Surgery , Production Animal or Veterinary Business Administration MVM.
Learn how to enrol.
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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: Completions must follow the regulations as outlined in Introduction to the MVM capstone papers 2020.pdf (819 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 20 February 2020