Term 7, 8 and 9 Clinical Training Program (in affiliated US, UK, Canada and Republic of Ireland Veterinary Schools)
Students typically graduate in 4 years. Year four consists of 48 weeks of clinical training at one of our 29 affiliated AVMA-Accredited veterinary schools: 20 weeks of instruction in seven core subjects and 28 weeks of electives that may be a continuation of core subjects or concentrations in select specialties. The clinical core subjects include a minimum of four weeks each in Small Animal Medicine and Small Animal Surgery, six weeks of Large Animal Medicine and Surgery; and two weeks each in Diagnostic Laboratory, Clinical Anesthesiology, and Diagnostic Imaging. The remaining weeks of the clinical program are made up of elective rotations (Clinical Rotations). (16 credits / each term). Externships approved by the affiliated schools may be included in the clinical training program.
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