PART 1 (First Year)
The programme consists of 10 core courses, each requiring 40-60 contact hours of lectures, seminars, tutorial, laboratory and clinical fieldwork.
1. Introduction to Veterinary Medicine [10 contact hours]
2. Reviews of Diseases
3. Veterinary Profession and the Wildlife Industry
4. Study of Clinicopathogenesis, Clinocopathology and Clinial signs Of Diseases
5. Study of Postmortem (P.M.) techniques
6. Study of Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis
7. The use of Clinical Pharmacology and treatment in Large Animal Diseases
8. Biostatistics, Veterinary Epidemiology and Prevenetion of Diseases
9. Appraisal of Herd Health Programmes
10. Communication and Extension in Veterinary Medicine
12. Schedule of Practicals.
- i)In Part 1 (First year) of this Masters Programme the students will be required to take part and participate in practicals as shown below:
- Large animal clinics
- Ambulatory clinics
- Applied Herd Health programmes
PART II (Second Year)
The candidate will conduct research in the field of Clinical Veterinary Studies on a topic of their choice which is approved by the Departmental Board and the Supervisor.