M. Sc. (Animal Health and Welfare)

Chhattisgarh University
Distance

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Typology Master
Methodology Distance learning
Duration 2 Years
  • Master
  • Distance learning
  • Duration:
    2 Years
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Course programme

The course seeks to provide veterinarians with advanced training in the (a) principles of biological science, which underpin conservation; (b) veterinary interventions (including social, welfare, ethical and legal aspects); (c) management of captive and free-living animals (including husbandry, breeding and nutrition); (d) epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and control of disease; (e) clinical veterinary techniques for animals (including therapeutics, imaging and restraint); (f) preventative medicine in captive and free-living animals; and (g) research methodology.


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