Your Impact On The World Can Start With One Idea
Ross Vet Postgraduate Program
Research and Administration
P.O. Box 334
Basseterre, St. Kitts, West Indies
Phone: 1-869-465-4161 Ext. 1391
At Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, we recognize the power of ideas—ideas that connect students to a research environment that is dynamic and always evolving. We want you to be ready to take today's problems and find tomorrow's solutions. If you're ready to be an active contributor to global healthcare, it's time to explore.
Within the framework of the Postgraduate Studies program, Ross Vet offers Master of Science (MSc) and Doctoral (PhD) degrees in:
- Public Health
- Global Animal Health
- Tropical Animal Health
- Conservation Medicine
- Other research areas supported by RUSVM and its partner institutions
The management of the postgraduate program and its regulation are structured according to the frameworks set by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (United Kingdom).
The mission of Ross Vet's Postgraduate program is to offer research and professional continuing education training through its Master of Science (MSc) and Doctoral (PhD) degree programs. Our focus is in the areas of Public Health, Global Animal Health, Tropical Animal Health, Conservation Medicine and other related research areas supported by RUSVM and its partner institutions to veterinarians, life science students and public health, livestock health and conservation science professionals.
Both research and course-based Master of Science degrees are offered. The Masters of Science by Research degree program is most likely to benefit applicants going on to pursue a Doctoral degree. In many research areas tuition benefit and research support is available. The Master’s of Science by Coursework in One Health consists of one year of full-time study with a required research project and thesis, and is similar to programs offered in the USA and Canada.
For more information about our postgraduate degree programs, admissions requirements, or other questions, please contact us at [email protected]