Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Certificate in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care is a practical course for veterinary professionals seeking to provide more comprehensive treatment to animals in their care. Covering the fundamental pathophysiological and clinical aspects of emergency and critical care (ECC) of the dog and cat, this is an in-depth professional development program taught by international experts.
This course comprises four subjects, each worth 12.5 credit points. These subjects are completed entirely online giving you the flexibility you require to juggle work and study. Assessments include online quizzes, written interpretations of case studies, and open-book examinations.
- Small animal emergency and critical care
Standard entry requirements
An entry-to-practice veterinary degree that is recognised by the University of Melbourne.Meet the University's English Language Requirements (see How to Apply)
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