MSc Global Applications in One Health & One Welfare

  • DeadlineStudy Details: 3 Years Part-time

Course Description

The MSc Global Applications in One Health and One Welfare is a flexible, accessible and engaging online programme. It's designed to fit around your existing commitments.

You'll cover a range of topics on this postgraduate course. This includes:

  • Human-animal interactions
  • Ecosystem health and welfare
  • Leading change in One Health and One Welfare

This MSc is perfect if you have a degree in biological, bioveterinary or biomedical related subjects. It will help you follow a career that bridges the medical-veterinary gap. You'll graduate with the skills to be an excellent leader in this emerging field.

Entry Requirements

British Honours Degree 2:2 Class or above or equivalent, in a relevant subject from an approved institution of higher education (e.g. Animal Science, Zoology, Biomedical Science, Bioveterinary Science, Veterinary Nursing) or a degree in Medicine or Veterinary Medicine
Non-standard applicants are welcomed. Recognition of Prior and Work-Based Learning in accordance with University regulations may be available
Have sufficient competency in English language (IELTS Level 6.5 or equivalent)


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Student Destinations

The programme combines One Health and One Welfare to integrate a variety of human-animal paradigms. This provides the foundations to secure a rewarding career in this rapidly growing area of skilled employment.

Career opportunities exist in a range of fields such as:

National and international organisations
Research and academia
Leadership roles

Module Details

These modules are set and you have to study these as part of your course.

Research Project

Ecosystem Health and Welfare

Global Applications of One Health

Global Applications of One Welfare

Human-Animal Interactions

Introduction to One Health and One Welfare

Leading Change in One Health and One Welfare

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