In our nearly 100 year history, our college has
evolved from only teaching future veterinarians to having a diverse
student body with equally diverse programs that include science
journalism, cardiovascular science, neuroscience, and
epidemiology–just to name a few.
The professional program teaches students a solid base in
disease recognition and clinical competency. Students take three
years of classroom study and one year of clinical rotations.
Work leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy is designed
to give the candidate thorough and comprehensive knowledge of his
or her professional field and training in methods of research.
The Master of Science curriculum is designed to develop new
understanding and to provide the specialized training necessary for
careers in teaching, research, and other science-based
The Biomedical Sciences undergraduate program prepares students
for productive futures in a changing world. The program prepares
students for medical, graduate, and professional programs.
Internships provide training for practice, clinical teaching,
and specialty-board eligibility. They are generally utilized as a
prerequisite for residency programs or to provide additional
training prior to a general practice career.
Residency programs teach high-level clinical proficiency in a
specific clinical discipline. Each program allows the resident to
meet the postgraduate education requirements of the specialty board
related to that discipline.