University of London International Programmes

University of London International Programmes

Livestock Health and Production

This programme will be able to improve the health and production of livestock through: understanding the interaction of livestock with people and the environment; gaining an overview of the factors that influence livestock production; implementing control strategies by integrating this knowledge with the principles of epidemiology, economics and disease control within the context of management and infrastructure; communicating effectively on the health of animal and human populations to a range of audiences including the general public, farmers, politicians, and other key policy makers.

Entry requirements

A degree in veterinary science, or degree in animal science or animal production together with at least 2 years' full-time work experience in the field of animal health and/or production; for admission to Postgraduate Diploma: University-approved degree in animal science or animal production and full-time work experience (less than 2 years') in field of animal health and/or production; or non-graduates or those with technical qualifications who have extensive relevant professional experience; High level of English language competence required.

Assessment methods

Assessment is through exams.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
MSc Distance learning £ 11,895 per Whole course (home fees) 2 years
MSc Distance learning £ 11,895 per Whole course (overseas fees) 2 years
PgCert Distance learning £ 3,715 per Whole course (home fees) 1 years
PgCert Distance learning £ 3,715 per Whole course (overseas fees) 1 years
PgDip Distance learning £ 7,065 per Whole course (home fees) 1 years
PgDip Distance learning £ 7,065 per Whole course (overseas fees) 1 years

Campus details

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University of London International Programmes

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