As a veterinarian, you’ll be dedicated to improving the health and well-being of animals, humans, and the environment. From your first semester, you’ll learn hands-on veterinary skills in our expansive Clinical Skills Learning Center and the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
You can deepen your classroom learning through dozens of student clubs dedicated to particular species, clinical specialties, career building, service, and leadership. You’ll be practice-ready the day you graduate.
What can you do with a DVM from the College of Veterinary Medicine?
So many possibilities…
Not interested in private practice? You can work in public health, the military, and other government agencies. Research-focused careers exist in the nutrition and pharmaceutical industries and lab animal medicine oversight.
Want something adventurous? Pursue your passion for zoological animals, wildlife, and species conservation.
- Specialization in more than 40 areas of practice
- Shelter Medicine and Animal Welfare
- Food Safety
- Bio-Terrorism Research
- Infectious Disease Control
- Nutrition and Pharmaceuticals
- Public Health
- Food Resource Management
- Marine Biology
- Faculty in Veterinary College