Students in the College of Veterinary Medicine can choose between four species specific tracks during their fourth year.
Students take a required block of courses which are multi-species oriented and exist in all types of clinical practice including radiology, primary care, anesthesiology, intensive care/emergency medicine, surgery (both small animal and food animal), and necropsy and clinical pathology. In addition, student rotations include instruction in small animal medicine, food animal medicine and equine medicine.
The species specific tracks include:
Learn more about the four tracks in this video.