Master of Veterinary Science (Clinical)
The Master of Veterinary Science (Clinical) is a clinically-focused graduate research degree that can be undertaken in a range of specialist research areas. It's offered concurrently with the Master of Veterinary Studies as part of the Clinical Residency Training Program.
The Master of Veterinary Science (Clinical) is comprised of two subjects conducted concurrently: a masters research thesis and a clinical practicum for training in clinical disciplines, including clinical research.
Undertake research culminating in the production of a thesis of no more than 30,000 words to be submitted for examination by two external examiners.
Specialise in an area through your research
Choose from areas such as small animal medicine and surgery, anaesthesia, equine medicine and surgery, diagnostic imaging, dairy medicine, and pathology.