Units of Study Timetable

Semester 1

 Residential

 Weeks 1-7

 Weeks 8-14

Leadership, People & Organisations

Leadership, People & Organisations

Leadership, People & Organisations

 Leadership: Managing Change

 * Leadership: Managing Change

Veterinary Epidemiology 1

 

 Hazards to Human and Animal Health

Leadership Skills

 

Diagnostic Tests

Animal Health Data Management

     

*Leadership: Managing Change runs for approximately 8 weeks following the 3-day residential.

Semester 2

 Residential

 Weeks 1-7

 Weeks 8-14

 Project Management

Project Management 

Project Management 

 

Animal Health Policy Development

Veterinary Epidemiology 2

 

Data Analysis for Policy Making

 * Food Safety

 

 + Surveillance and Response

Animal Health Economics 

      ++ Wildlife Epidemiology

+Surveillance and Response runs in alternate years, and will be offered in Semester 2, 2013. This course is excellent for those who wish to acquire skills in the design, development, implementation and provision of expert advice on an effective and reliable surveillance system to contribute to the assessment and management of risks that affect public health, animal health, or trade.

*Food Safety is also offered in Semester 2, 2013 (subject to student numbers). This course enables the student to identify, discuss and evaluate recent initiatives, and also key elements and principles of an effective food safety, risk assessment and management program in the context of a total quality management food safety system.

+Wildlife Epidemiology will run in Semester 2, 2013 provided there is a sufficient class size (i.e. 6-10 students onwards) for it. Students are encouraged to invite their peers/colleagues/networks who are interested to register for this course together, which will then provide us with an opportunity to run this class.