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Bachelor of Veterinary Science Degree

COURSES:

BVSc Part III Year 4:

CM3V00         Clinical Medicine, General Surgery, Anaesthesiology and Radiology

EH3V00         Epidemiology and Herd Health, Wildlife and Exotic Medicine

EM3V00         Equine Medicine and Surgery

PP3V00          Porcine and Poultry Medicine

RM3V00         Ruminant Medicine and Surgery

SM3V00         Small Animal Medicine and Surgery

TG3V00          Theriogenology

 

BVSc Part IV Year 5

CVS4V01       Small Animal Medicine

CVS4V02       Large Animal Medicine

CVS4V04       Surgery, Anaesthesia and Radiology 

CVC4V05       Herd Health, Wildlife and Reproduction      

CVS4V06       Laboratory Diagnostic and Pathology

CVS4V07       Public Health

CSVE301        Communication Skills

VTCL560        Research Project

Diploma in Veterinary Nursing

PART 1

COURSES:

DVN401         Animal Husbandry

DVN402         First Aid

DVN403         Anatomy and Physiology

DVN404         Basic Hospital Practice and Management

 

PART II

COURSES:

DVN405         General Nursing

DVN406         Diagnostic Aids

DVN407         Obstetrics & Pediatric Nursing

DVN408         Medical Nursing

DVN409         Surgical Nursing

MASTER OF VETERINARY SCIENCE DEGREE IN EPIDEMIOLOGY

COURSES:

MVVE501      Orientation to statistics, Medical statistics and Principles of Epidemiology

MVVE502      Application of computers in Epidemiology, Research Methodology and Research Reports.

MVVE503      Medical Statistics II and Epidemiologic study design

MVVE504      Evaluation of Diagnosti tests, disease, control and eradication.

MVVE505      Medical statistics III, Analytical Epidemiology, Database Management, Spreadsheets in epidemiology and Animal Health Economics.

MVVE570      Dissertation.

MASTER OF VETERINARY SCIENCE DEGREE IN REPRODUCTION AND HERD HEALTH

COURSES:

1.         Reproduction hormones and reproductive physiology

2.         Biochemistry of hormones and techniques of hormone assay.

3.         Diagnostic techniques in reproduction and artificial manipulation and control of     reproductive cycles.

4.         Fertility and reproductive health for dairy and beef cattle

5.         Fertility and produciton in pigs and small ruminants.

6.         Fertility and stud farm management in horses

7.         Udder health and milk quality

8.         Preventive medicine programmes for cattle, horses, pigs and small ruminants, Livestock produciton systems, with regard to nutrition, housing, hygiene, social interactions, stress and general management. Disease control and eradication, animal health economics.

9.         Pathology and microbiology of reproductive diseases, Post-mortem procedures,     histopathology and histochemistry in reproductive diseases, sample collection, processing         and examination for bacterial, mycotic, viral and protozoal reproductive diseases,      Immunology and serological tests in reproduction.

10.       Epidemiology Biostatistics and Research Methodology

           

PART II of the course:

Comprise research on a subject of the choice of the candidate with the approval of the Supervisor and the Departmental Board, and continued participation in clinical/fieldwork

MASTER OF VETERINARY SCIENCE DEGREE IN RUMINANT MEDICINE

COURSES

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

11.       Dissertation

12.       Schedule of Practicals.

  1. 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
  • Tutorials/Seminars/Rounds

 

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.

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