Master in Animal Science in Oceania

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Animal science involves the study of animals under human control. Typically, the curriculum has a strong focus on science, along with hands-on experience working with animals. This field of study prepares students for careers working with animals, which may include agribusiness, animal breeding and animal behavior.

Oceania also known as Oceanica is a region centred on the islands of the tropical Pacific Ocean.[4] Opinions of what constitutes Oceania range from its three subregions of Melanesia,Micronesia, and Polynesia[5] to, more broadly, the entire insular region between Asia and the Americas, including Australasia and the Malay Archipelago.

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Master of Animal Science

Charles Sturt University
Online Campus Full time Part time 18 - 36 months January 2019 Australia Wagga Wagga + 2 more

CSU's Master of Animal Science aims to promote advanced critical reflection on professional practice in the animal industries, preparing graduates for leadership positions. [+]

CSU's Master of Animal Science aims to promote advanced critical reflection on professional practice in the animal industries, preparing graduates for leadership positions.

Why study this course?

The Master of Animal Science aims to:

provide an opportunity to continue lifelong learning in keeping with the University's mission statement; meet the educational needs of professionals working in the ever-evolving animal industries; promote the acquisition of advanced analytical, problem-solving skills and conceptual insights that will enable students to assume positions of leadership within the animal industries; encourage excellence in scholarship and/or focused research within the candidate's discipline area. ... [-]