Graduate students pursue M.S. or PhD. degrees in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. The
Department of Veterinary Sciences offers interdisciplinary education with animal or
public health focus. Your graduate education can be related to a specific medical
discipline including but not limited to virology, bacteriology, parasitology, pathology,
toxicology, epidemiology, and immunology. Many projects emphasize domestic animal
or wildlife health issues, investigate diseases occurring at the domestic animal/
wildlife interface, or study zoonotic agents.
In addition, some Veterinary Sciences faculty place graduate students into other programs
such as the Program in Ecology.