A bachelor degree program is traditionally designed to provide students with a well rounded education, as well as providing a comprehensive, professional and scholarly understanding of a student’s chosen discipline.
With flexible entry points, the DVM degree program is offered in two phases: a 3-year preveterinary medical phase and a 4-year veterinary medical phase.
The School of Veterinary Medicine offers Master of Science (MSc) degrees in anatomical pathology; anatomy; animal product processing, entrepreneurship, and food safety (APPES); bacteriology; marine medicine; morphological and clinical pathology; parasitology; pharmacology; virology; and wildlife conservation medicine. A PhD in morphological and clinical pathology as well as dual DVM/MSc degrees are also available.
The Program offers an opportunity of a lifetime for high school and college age students interested in the fields of medicine or veterinary medicine.