CSU's Bachelor of Equine Science course aims to support graduates to develop substantial skills and knowledge in relation to the modern management of horses, underpinned by a strong education in science and scientific method.
- Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science /Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) Course Information
CSU's Bachelor of Veterinary Biology / Bachelor of Veterinary Science double degree is a six-year program that prepares graduates for a career as a registered veterinarian in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the United Kingdom.
CSU's Bachelor of Animal Science course provides training in the major disciplines which underpin the animal sciences, preparing graduates for careers in a broad range of professions working with animals, or within animal-related industries.
CSU's Graduate Certificate in Captive Vertebrate Management is designed to provide graduates with scientific training and career development opportunities in the fields associated with captive vertebrate management.
CSU's Master of Animal Science aims to promote advanced critical reflection on professional practice in the animal industries, preparing graduates for leadership positions.
Higher Degree by Research
CSU's Doctor of Veterinary Studies is designed to provide practising veterinarians with clinical and research skills and knowledge for specialist veterinary practice of a national and international standard.
The School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences has a Doctor of Veterinary Studies (DVStud) position available which includes a 3 year fixed-term residency in Equine Medicine, commencing July 2013.