RUSVM offers Master of Science (MSc) by research and PhD degree programs in veterinary research. In our accredited program, research projects have components of bench work in addition to field activities. This is underpinned by a One Health approach to research (the interaction of human, animal and environmental health).
RUSVM’s geographical location in the Caribbean, its existing focus on One Health, and its global partnerships, will appeal to those interested in pursuing knowledge and understanding of public health aspects of all species, rigorous scientific methodology, and the control and prevention of diseases affecting humans and animals in tropical regions. We welcome applications from qualified students in our areas of research expertise: * One Health (including zoonoses and tropical veterinary research) * Conservation medicine and ecosystem Health * Integrative mammalian research (including animal reproductive research) * Research and innovation in veterinary and medical education
The MSc by Research degree program is based on supervised research over a period of one year full-time or a maximum of 24 months part-time. Progress monitoring is conducted throughout the study period and the student will be asked to demonstrate satisfactory progress at set milestones.
The award of a MSc by Research degree is based on the satisfactory completion of research training in addition to any other designated projects and/or assignments and/or course work, and the completion of a thesis, which must not exceed 30,000 words. Candidates will be required to demonstrate that they have acquired an advanced level of knowledge and understanding in the field of study and are capable of undertaking independent research.
The minimum entry requirement for this degree program is a professional veterinary or medical qualification, or a bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in the biological or biomedical sciences. Applicants will be selected on the basis of their educational performance to date and their ability to demonstrate a sustained interest in research.
Recipient: Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
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