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The University of Liverpool Bovine Reproduction PGDip is a two-year part-time postgraduate course. Students study a selection of modules and complete a 10,000 dissertation in order to graduate with a Postgraduate Diploma. Read more
The Food Quality Management Master of Science study programme offers an integrated approach to the study and assessment of quality processes in the agrifood chain through an exclusively developed techno-managerial approach. Read more
About this course. Almost one in eight people around the world are chronically undernourished. Read more
About this course. Almost one in eight people around the world are chronically undernourished. Read more
About this course. This course covers the diversity of human-animal interactions. It critically evaluates and assesses the biological and social basis of these interactions, with the aim of improving our understanding, and enhancing the overall quality of specific human-animal interactions. Read more
About this course. This course covers the scientific theory and practice relating to animal health and welfare. It combines advanced research and academic skills with applied science skills. Read more
About this course. This course covers the scientific theory and practice relating to animal health and welfare. It combines advanced research and academic skills with applied science skills. Read more
The Massey University Master of Science (Microbiology) is a multi-disciplinary postgraduate qualification that will give you the research skills to move up the hierarchy of your career, or move onto more in-depth research. Read more
Project title. Residency and Masters Programme in Dairy Herd Health. Principal supervisor. Professor Martin Green. Other supervisors. Read more

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