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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program

 
Professor teaching DVM students.

The DVM program is a rigorous four-year professional degree program preceded by three to four years of pre-professional study.

Are you an undergraduate student or high school student looking for more information on requirements for admission?
Prospective students learn more here!

Are you a current student, or want to know more about DVM Student Life?
Current students find information here!

Graduate Programs - PhD and MS Degrees


Two students doing research.
Graduate programs at the College of Veterinary Medicine derive from the principle that advancing human and animal medicine is based on the same scientific principles and foundations. We provide PhD and MS training at the intersections of animals, humans, and the environment.

Are you interested in high-quality education and research training to improve the health and well-being of animals?
Learn more about PhD and MS Degrees in Veterinary Medicine

Are you interested in individualized, cutting-edge biomedical research training across animal species and humans?
Learn more about PhD and MS Degrees in Comparative and Molecular Biosciences

Graduate Programs - DVM/PhD and DVM/MS Dual Degree


The College of Veterinary Medicine offers a DVM/PhD Dual degree. This rigorous training program prepares students for academic or industrial careers in veterinary medical sciences. Applicants must be either selected for an interview or accepted into the DVM program prior to being consdiderd. The dual degree can be completed concurrently or in sequential order. 
Learn more about the DVM/PhD and DVM/MS Dual Degree programs here!

Veterinary Public Health


Dr. Kent Reed with turkeys.
The College of Veterinary Medicine also offers a DVM/MPH dual degree. Students can combine their veterinary studies with a Master of Public Health, and the program is designed so that both degrees can be earned in four years.
Find out how you can earn a dual DVM/MPH Degree