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Course summary

This programme provides flexible postgraduate study designed to specifically address the demand for online clinical animal behaviour teaching within a supported learning environment. The programme will utilise an evidence-based approach to explore the potential motivations, management and treatment options for abnormal and/or problem behaviours commonly expressed by companion animal species living within a domestic environment. The subject involves a multidisciplinary approach, drawing on knowledge and techniques from the fields of:

  • psychology
  • ethology
  • neurobiology
  • pharmacology
  • veterinary science
This programme will contain teaching and learning that is aimed at your academic preparation for a professional career working with companion animals in a variety of settings, including clinical animal behaviour counselling. Accreditation Our MSc in Clinical Animal Behaviour has been formally validated by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB) Accreditation Committee. The programme delivers the academic elements necessary for an individual to achieve ASAB certification as a clinical animal behaviourist.

Modules

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Entry requirements

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Fees and funding

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Clinical Animal Behaviour (Online Learning) at The University of Edinburgh - UCAS