About the programme

Details about the MSc Clinical Animal Behaviour


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This new online MSc is the first and only online programme in Clinical Animal Behaviour.

Learning outcomes

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To enhance knowledge and understanding of clinical animal behaviour.


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This programme is delivered part time through online learning, over a period of between three and six years.


Each course (elsewhere often called ‘modules’) of the taught element is delivered in 2 blocks of 5 weeks of study with a week of independent study and reflection time in between.

Applicant and Student Consultation 2018-2019

Applicant and Student Consultation 2018-2019.

Dissertation element

On the successful completion of 120 credits (60 of which must come from the core courses), you may exit with a PG Diploma or continue to the MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour.

Entry requirements

A good university Honours Degree (first or 2:1), or equivalent (e.g. 3.25 GPA score in the USA), with a biological background, for example a degree in:

Teaching staff and partners

The core teaching staff for the programme are listed below.