Human and animal lives are inextricably linked in today’s society. A multi-faceted approach to understanding the mutual benefits of human-animal relationships is necessary for a sustainable future. Human psychological attitudes regarding the value of species and likely impacts on survival must also be considered. Critical evaluation of a diverse range of human-animal interactions globally will be studied in this course.
- Students will develop an understanding of the complex nature of the human-animal relationship.
- An appreciation of the multi-disciplinary approach needed to improve human-animal health and well-being will be developed.
- Individuals will cultivate a critical awareness of current practices in animal and equine husbandry, training, and use of animals in society.
- Students will appreciate the need for changes in human-animal interaction for a sustainable future.
- The application of critical thinking and practical skills will be applied to real-life case studies.
- Students will benefit from the delivery and support offered by our dedicated team of academics and industry professionals throughout the program.
An Honours degree (2:2 or above) in
6.5 (with no individual skill score below 6.0)
2 years before the course start date.
AS / A Level English Language and/or Literature
Completion of the MSc will enable our students to work in any of the following areas:
- Animal / Equine Husbandry: Welfare, Rehabilitation, Retraining, Animal Assisted Therapy
- Academic Research: Universities, PhD
This program provides a multi-disciplinary approach to studying human-animal interaction
and its application to well-being.
The program aims to enable students to:
- To develop a comprehensive understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of human-animal interactions and how they relate to well-being.
- To critically evaluate the idea that optimal human well-being and animal health and
welfare are achieved through the positive interconnection between people, animals, and the
YEAR 1 (Level 7)
Human-Animal Interconnection (30 credits)
Practical Animal Welfare and Ethics (30 credits)
Research and Study Skills (30 credits)
Holistic Animal Rehabilitation (30 credits)
Dissertation (60 credits)
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