01.9/MSc Veterinary Public Health

Title: Master of Science (Veterinary Public Health) Arise Blank

Application Reference EU Code: 01.9

Website Reference: NR015  

Duration (in semesters): 4 semesters. Credits per semester: A minimum of 5 courses per semester of 45 hours each (15 credits), Research project in second year.  


The programme is designed to: provide graduates with up to date knowledge and expertise needed to provide adequate response to the global changes that are putting great demand on Veterinary Public Health (VPH) activities, produce graduates with strong scientific and technical competence in the fluconazole 50mg. #Buy Diflucan. buy fluconazole amazon. prevention and control of zoonotic and food borne diseases and produce graduates with the latest methods and concepts to improve the delivery of animal and human health services.

Structure and Content:

Veterinary Public Health Administration and practice, Food hygiene and quality control, Biostatistics and computer use, Epidemiology, Principles of Scientific Communication, Food and Environmental Toxicology, Zoonoses, Planning, Monitoring and evaluation of animal health projects, Applied Immunology  and  Molecular Biology, Research project.

Learning Outcomes:    

Graduates  with necessary skills to respond to global  changes exerting great demand on VPH activities, strong scientific and technical competence in control and prevention of zoonotic levitra effectiveness reviews. #Levitra reviews. levitra reviews webmd. and foodborne diseases.

Recognition Obtained/Employability:  

UON  degrees  are  recognised nationally and internationally. Graduates work in national/county governments of various countries, private companies, NGOs and civil societies, international organizations and agencies, colleges and universities, self enterprises etc.

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