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Relevant to vets, animal health specialists and livestock farmers, the programme addresses contemporary issues of livestock production that have worldwide relevance. The subject areas covered include breeding, nutrition, welfare and disease processes and management.
Graduates of this programme will be able to improve the health and production of livestock through:
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MSc: you will need the equivalent of a UK second-class honours degree (e.g. bachelor) in a relevant subject from an acceptable institution.
Relevant subjects include veterinary science, biological sciences or medicine. (We will consider other disciplines if we believe they offer suitable preparation for the programme.)
PGDip / PGCert / 240-hour modules: an appropriate degree, professional or technical qualification and work experience that we deem appropriate.
£13,490 for MSc (option to pay as you study) / PG Diploma £8,015 / PG Cert £4,215
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