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  MSc Human-Animal Interaction and Wellbeing

Online Wrexham University    Animal Science

Full time & Part time See Course MSc 1 year Full-time | 2 years part-time
Veterinary Sciences (35)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the MSc in Human-Animal Interaction and Wellbeing at Wrexham University. This unique programme delves into the intricate dynamics between humans and animals, exploring global challenges and fostering a sustainable future. Through a blend of online sessions and on-campus teaching, students will gain a profound understanding of the interconnections between animal health, human wellbeing, and the environment. The course offers a diverse range of modules, from Human-Animal Interconnection to Holistic Animal Rehabilitation, culminating in a dissertation on a self-selected topic. With a focus on practical skills and critical thinking, graduates will be equipped to pursue careers in animal welfare, academic research, education, non-profit organisations, and government departments. Applicants with relevant degrees or experience in animal-related fields are encouraged to apply, ensuring a vibrant and multidisciplinary cohort. Join us in shaping a compassionate and sustainable future for all beings.

About the course

Investigate contemporary global challenges facing human-animal interaction and wellbeing.

Develop your understanding of how factors impacting the human-animal relationship can be applied to a range of practical situations.

Opportunity to gain skills and experience to enter a range of relevant careers.

This MSc is one of very few U.K. programmes exploring human and animal interaction and wellbeing.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants must hold a degree in an animal or equine related subject or a cognate discipline.

Applicants from health or social care are also welcomed, provided that they can demonstrate experience of the animal or equine sectors.

Those without formal higher education qualifications will need to demonstrate experience relevant to the MSc programme.

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