Course level

Undergraduate

Faculty

Science

Schools

Agriculture Food Sciences Schl, Veterinary Science School

Units

2

Duration

Two Semesters

Class contact

2 Lecture hours, 2 Practical or Laboratory hours

Prerequisite

VETS3010, VETS3011, VETS3012, VETS3022

Restricted

Enrolment restricted to Veterinary Science students only

Assessment methods

Examination, end of semester exam, assignments and performance assessment

Course coordinator

Dr Gry Boe-Hansen

Current course offerings

Course offerings Location Mode Course Profile
Semester 1, 2017 Gatton Internal Course Profile

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Course description

Theriogenology is the study of clinical practice of veterinary obstetrics, gynecology, and andrology and neonatal medicine in animal species. This course will build on basic reproduction and teach applied concepts used in veterinary practice. Students will learn breeding management of the male and female, pregnancy diagnosis in all species, care of pregnant animals as well as management of parturition and dystocia, and aspects of neonatal medicine. Students will also learn how to diagnose sub-fertility in male and female animal species. Advanced reproductive techniques such as preservation of semen, IVF, synchronization, embryo transfer and stem cell technologies will also be introduced.

Archived offerings

Course offerings Location Mode Course Profile
Semester 1, 2016 Gatton Internal Course Profile
Semester 1, 2015 Gatton Internal Course Profile