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Masters Degrees in Animal Nutrition

We have 11 Masters Degrees in Animal Nutrition

Masters degrees in Animal Nutrition study the dietary needs of animals, looking at the ways in which they can be kept healthy. These courses are often vocational in nature, linking animal nutrition to industrial agricultural processes.

Institutions typically ask that you hold an undergraduate degree in a relevant biological science, while other opportunities for postgraduate focus include Animal Health, Animal Welfare and Animal Physiology.

Why study a Masters in Animal Nutrition?

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The two-year MSc programme Animal Sciences is a continuation of a BSc in Animal Sciences or an equivalent programme in the field of livestock, companion animals and wildlife. Read more
The double degree programme in Animal Nutrition prepares students to solve the animal nutrition challenges of the future. As the global demand for food increases, scientists and experts who can come up with solutions are in ever-greater demand. Read more
Our MSc in Animal Science provides students with the research-led, high quality postgraduate teaching, education and professional training required to pursue leading careers in a wide range of Animal Science related fields throughout the world. Read more
This new vocational course offers the unique opportunity to integrate an in-depth scientific knowledge of animal nutrition with the acquisition of business skills and a detailed operational understanding of the animal feed industries, developed through a series of case studies. Read more
Areas of research include, but are not limited to. ruminant methane production; sub clinical necrotic enteritis in broiler flocks; mineral digestibility and immunity in weaned pigs; the effects of organically chelated zinc on performance in sheep; welfare implications for high-yielding dairy cows. Read more
OVERVIEW. Designed for students aiming to work in research, education, and industry in the life sciences sector. Read more
Please contact Hartpury College directly for more information. Website. http://www.hartpury.ac.uk/. Telephone. +44(0)1452 702345;. Read more

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