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Courses

The courses listed below are from the 2016-2017 Graduate Catalog

Graduate Level

622. Equine Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases. (3-0). Credit 3. Principles and methods of epidemiology applied to equine health and prevention and control of selected equine infectious diseases. Prerequisites: Enrollment in equine certificate and graduate classification, or approval of instructor.

681. Seminar. (1-0). Credit 1. Oral communication of current research and selected topics in large animal veterinary medicine and clinical research methodology to include lectures, presentations, interviews, and discussions. Prerequisite: Approval of instructor.

685. Directed Studies. Credit 1 to 8 each semester. Original investigations of problems in the field of large animal surgery, therapeutics, preventive veterinary medicine or radiology. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Approval of instructor.

691. Research. Credit 1 or more each semester. Research for thesis.

Professional Level

930. Advanced Equine Medicine and Surgery. (3-0). Credit 3. Advanced diagnostic techniques and management strategies for species specific disorders of horses. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the third year of professional curriculum.

931. Advanced Ruminant Medicine and Surgery. (2-0). Credit 2. Advanced diagnostic techniques and management strategies for species specific disorders of ruminant species. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the third year of professional curriculum.

932. Advanced Ruminant Herd Health and Production. (2-0). Credit 2. Principles needed to provide veterinary services to populations of ruminants including preventive health programs, record keeping and approaches to controlling herd/flock disease outbreak or production shortfalls. Prerequisite: Third year veterinary student.

940. Large Animal Clinics I. (0-35). Credit 2. Student participation with clinical cases in the large animal medicine services of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Must be taken two times. Prerequisite: Fourth year classification in veterinary medicine or approval of department head.

941. Large Animal Clinics II. (0-35). Credit 2. Student participation with clinical cases in the large animal surgery services of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Must be taken two times. Prerequisite: Fourth year classification.

945. Advanced Large Animal Clinical Elective. (0-35). Credit 2. Student participation with clinical cases for advanced study in selected services from the large animal medicine, surgery, theriogenology and field services of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. May be taken 12 times. Prerequisite: Fourth year classification.

948. Large Animal Medicine and Surgery Elective. Credit 1 to 12. In-depth study of selected disease processes in the various disciplines of large animal medicine and surgery will be conducted emphasizing management, diagnostics and medical or surgical treatment. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Third year classification in veterinary medicine or approval of department head.

953. Large Animal Clinical Skills. (0-4). Credit 1. Acquisition of basic technical skills useful in the diagnosis and treatment of large animals in general veterinary practice. Modular one month course. Prerequisite: Third year classification in veterinary medicine in good standing.

954. Large Animal Medicine. (5-4). Credit 6. Medical disease of large animals; pathophysiology, diagnosis and therapy of diseases in large animals. Prerequisite: Third year classification in veterinary medicine in good standing.

985. Directed Studies. Credit 1 to 4. Directed individual study of a selected problem in large animal medicine, surgery or radiology. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Enrollment in veterinary medicine and approval of the department head.