The Master of Veterinary Science offers a higher postgraduate qualification and includes a significant project and report in veterinary pathology and diagnostics.
This 1.5 year program trains veterinary students to become veterinary pathologists and will improve your research skills, enhance your existing competencies in pathology plus qualify you for enrolment in a professional doctorate.
You'll access UQ's world-class facilities, including a $100-million veterinary science centre with veterinary laboratory services, a small animal hospital, an equine specialist hospital and an animal genetics laboratory.
Through a 2-semester research project in the area of veterinary pathology and infectious disease, you'll increase your technical and research skills, working with the university's researchers and academics.
Graduating as a veterinary diagnostic pathologist, you'll be qualified to work in the diagnosis of animal diseases, as well as in teaching and research.
Postgraduate study can take you anywhere. Here are some of the careers you could be on your way to: