The University of Minnesota provides a world-class education in swine health & production to its veterinary students. From the overview of global pork production to applied disease control strategies, the information is scaffolded throughout the program four years so that even without prior experience, a student can become a competitive swine veterinarian after graduation.
This program is offered to DVM students at the University of Minnesota, and students at other accredited colleges of veterinary medicine in the US. It consists of a minimum of 10 semester credits, two 12-week internships, and a formal seminar presentation.
For more information, please contact Dr. Perle Boyer at 612-625-6083 or email@example.com.
Swine students enrolled in the DVM program at the University of Minnesota are also successful outside of the College. Join us in congratulating Ryan Strobel (3rd year DVM student) for his 2nd place in the AASV student presentation competition as well as Alyssa Anderson who came in 3rd position and also received the Merck scholarship.