Oh, I don't have a science background I just work in the animal department at the medical faculty here in Oslo. But it gives me some great experience to build on for this course. And a lot of friends with academic backgrounds. My former boss, a vet who worked there for for many years, said she'd come with me if she could. I'm ridiculously excited. Also really scared of failing and having to go back to my current job with nothing changed... But it's a risk I'm willing to live with.
This is a Google Calendar link to the timetable for the Animal Welfare and Quantitative Methods MSc courses. If you go back to the school year you can see when lectures were held last year. From what I can tell it's about one lecture per day all through the semester, but of course we're not expected to take all the different subjects.
The link comes from this page. There's a couple more interesting links there, like the descriptions for the offered courses, as well as who teaches them and how they're assessed and weighed towards your degree.
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