Our degrees and Postgraduate studies in Animal and Human Health
Murdoch University offers a number of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees that can articulate to a broad range of careers working in Medical & Health Sciences.
- Animal Health (BSc)
- Animal Science (BSc)
- Biological Sciences (BSc)
- Biomedical Science (BSc)
- Clinical Laboratory Science (BSc)
- Conservation and Wildlife Biology (BSc)
- Forensic Biology and Toxicology (BSc)
- Laboratory Medicine (BSc)
- Molecular Biology (BSc)
- Veterinary Science (BSc)
Explore our wide range of double majors that you can undertake as a specialised three-year degree.
The School of Veterinary and Life Sciences offers Honours courses which aim to train students for independent research as well as to provide advanced or broadening studies within the student’s chosen field.
- Graduate Certificate in Forensic Science (Professional Practice) (GradCertForSc (ProfessionalPractice))
- Master of Forensic Science (Professional Practice) (MForSc(ProfessionalPractice))
- Master of Veterinary Studies (Conservation Medicine) (MVS)
- Master of Veterinary Clinical Studies (MVetClinStud)
- Master of Veterinary Studies (Veterinary Surveillance) (MVS)
- Master of Veterinary Studies (Small Animal Practice) (MVS)
- Master of Wildlife Health and Conservation (MWildlifeHth)
- Doctor of Veterinary Medical Science (DVetMedSc)
A Doctoral degree from Murdoch University will foster development of independent research skills, including the capacity to formulate a problem, develop mastery of appropriate conceptual and methodological skills to address it, and relate the research topic to a broader framework of knowledge in a relevant discipline. Research involves critical inquiry designed to further human knowledge.