Academic Programmes

Undergraduate modules

Anatomy 104 (ANA 104)
Basic anatomy, histology and embryology of the dog, including applicable comparative anatomy of the horse and ruminant. Offered for DipVetNurs students.

Applied Physiology 400 (APH 400)
Applied physiology of domestic and farm animals. 

Physiology104 (FSG 104)
An elementary module in the physiology and physiological chemistry of the most important physical systems of domestic animals. 

Veterinary Comparative Anatomy 200 (VCA 200)
General anatomy and Embryology. Comparative osteology, myology, arthrology, neurology, angiology, splanchnology, topographical and applied anatomy of the horse, ruminants and dog. Basic avian anatomy. 

Veterinary Comparative Anatomy 400 (VCA 400)
Comparative osteology, myology, arthrology, neurology, angiology, splanchnology and topographical anatomy of the dog, horse and pig; applied anatomy.
Basic anatomy of the cat, poultry and fish.

Consult the Head of Department for details of modules for the Master’s degree programme. 

 
Postgraduate modules

Anatomy 703 (ANA 703)
An in-depth study of the osteology, arthroology, myology, angiology, neurology, splanchnology and topographical anatomy of the horse.
Special attention to clinically important sections of the anatomy. 

Anatomy 704 (ANA 704)
An in-depth study of the osteology, arthrology, myology, angiology, neurology, splanchnology and topographical anatomy of cattle.
Special attention to clinically important sections of the anatomy. 

Anatomy 705 (ANA 705)
An in-depth study of the osteology, arthrology, myology, angiology, neurology, splanchnology and topographical anatomy of the dog.
Special attention to clinically important sections of the anatomy. 

Anatomy 774 (ANA 774)
The number of lectures and credits will depend on the course compiled for the student.
A formal module comprises at least 6 credits.

The modules are compiled for each student individually to fulfil the specific needs of the student concerned. 

Anatomy 779 (ANA 779)
An in-depth comparative study of the anatomy of the pelvis and surrounding areas, histology of the reproductive system and the embryological development of the reproductive system. 

Physiology 787 (FSG 787)
Pathophysiology of clinical syndromes (capita selecta). 

Physiology 788 (FSG 788)
Applied physiology of a selected topic.

Histology 700(HIS 700)
An in-depth comparative study of light and electron microscopic histology of domestic animals, birds and selective wildlife species.


Consult the Head of Department for details of modules for the Master’s degree programme. 

 

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