The three-year MSc in Veterinary Science is designed to give senior clinical training scholars a grounding in developing clinical research skills. A significant component of the Master's will relate to clinical responsibilities in your chosen specialist areas. Additional units are designed to enhance universally important skills such as scientific writing, statistical analysis, critical reading and teaching. A research project will form an essential part of the Master's degree and European diploma requirements.
Applications are welcome from veterinary surgeons who are interested in pursuing further specialist studies after completing a junior clinical training scholarship.
There are four core units:
- Clinical Research Project (60 credits)
- Clinical Skills A (80 credits)
- Clinical Skills B (80 credits)
- Clinical Skills C (80 credits)
The Clinical Skills units are based around the European training guidelines for specialist veterinary qualifications in the individual's desired subject.