The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program is a six-year professional curriculum consisting of 27 units of GE course work, 21 units of foundation courses and 173 units of veterinary courses taken in the three different departments, the Department of Basic Veterinary Sciences (DBVS), Department of Veterinary Paraclinical Sciences (DVPS), and the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences (DVCS).
The students acquire both theoretical knowledge and practical experience in animal production and in the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and control of diseases in companion, exotic, and farm animals, and are prepared to conduct research and extension activities. in companion, exotic and farm animals.
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