The Master of Companion Animal Clinical Science is a professional master’s programme for small animal practitioners. At the programme you will be introduced to the newest knowledge by leading international researchers and you will develop your skills in applying evidence-based clinical decision-making.
The University of Copenhagen has joined forces with the Danish Veterinary Association to offer the Danish Veterinary Association's two-year certification course in Small Animal Diseases as a part of the Master programme. The first four modules constitute the Danish Veterinary Association’s certification course in Small Animal Diseases (in Danish fagdyrlæge).
The programme is accredited by The Veterinary Continuous Education in Europe (VetCEE) under the European Coordination Committee on Veterinary Training (ECCVT) and The Danish Accreditation Institution (ACE Denmark).
After completion of the four compulsory courses, students will choose their specific area of specialisation. Possible specialisations are:
- Companion Animal Internal Medicine
- Companion Animal Surgery
- Companion Animal Cardiology
- Companion Animal Neurology
- Companion Animal Oncology
- Companion Animal Diagnostic Imaging
Application for admission is open for start-up in November 2017