£10,215 per year
The College of Veterinary Medicine offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in veterinary medical sciences. The College also offers certification and a nonthesis concentration in forensic toxicology via web-based distance education. Minimum requirements for the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees are described in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.
The program provides extensive training in basic and applied research for qualified students with a baccalaureate degree or a D.V.M. or equivalent degree. Applicants are expected to have a background in the biological sciences, mathematics, chemistry, and physics. Particular attention is paid to the advanced education of veterinarians, those interested solely in research, and those interested in combining their graduate study with residency training in a clinical specialty.
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