Accreditation and certification
The Master of Companion Animal Clinical Science has achieved the following accreditations:
In 2014 the Master of Companion Animal Clinical Science programme received the VetCEE accreditation from the European Coordinating Committee on Veterinary Training (ECCVT) and the programme was re-accredited again in 2019. The accreditation is for the basic species-specific part of the programme, corresponding to the Danish Veterinary Association's two-year certification programme in Companion Animal Diseases/Small Animal Diseases.
The Master of Companion Animal Clinical Science was given a positive accreditation by The Danish Accreditation Institution in November 2012. The Danish Accreditation Institution consists of the Accreditation Council and the accreditation operator ACE Denmark.
“We are proud to be part of the process of developing a continuing professional education programme that can be accredited according to national and international accreditation standards. And we are proud to be part of lifting the standards of continuing education and training of veterinarians here and abroad.”
Professor Asger Lundorff Jensen, Head of the Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science and Professor Annemarie T. Kristensen, Director of Studies.