Veterinary Science Courses
CSU's veterinary technology course combines the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing from GOTAFE, Victoria with the bachelor's level qualification.
Delivered by internationally recognised academics, the Bachelor of Equine Science (with specialisation) provides a practical and contemporary program.
CSU's animal science course is diverse and could see you working in Australia or overseas at a zoo or wildlife park, or in conservation or research.
Do you have a passion for animal health and welfare? CSU's Bachelor of Veterinary Biology / Bachelor of Veterinary Science double degree will prepare you for a career as a registered veterinarian in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, the United Kingdom and South Africa.
This program will comprise an honours year tailored to Veterinary Technology graduates, and follows the introduction of the Bachelor of Veterinary Technology from 2016.
The Bachelor of Equine Science (Honours) provides students with the opportunity to pursue an independent research project within the Equine Science field under the supervision of an equine-focussed academic staff member.
Want to learn about how animals are impacted by the environment and human interaction and what we can do to protect their future? Develop your analytical and research skills to better understand how to conserve and manage animals.
Equip yourself with the theoretical and practical skills to become a para-veterinary healthcare specialist working in animal health and welfare.
Turn your passion for horses into a career managing their performance and welfare across the growing global equine industry.