The Master of Science in clinical sciences offers two options for prospective students in a variety of research areas:
Track 1: Those who enroll in the non-thesis clinical option are typically post-D.V.M. students also pursuing residency training programs.
Track 2: Students who enroll in the traditional thesis-based research program may not have a D.V.M. and work under the support of a faculty member’s lab.
Faculty are dedicated to quality education and clinical training
Innovative diagnostic and treatment methods advance veterinary medicine
Interdisciplinary clinical research benefits both humans and animals
Compassionate care for every patient
- Veterinary Medicine
There are many opportunities to work with our world-renowned faculty in the areas of:
- Cancer biology
- Cardiology/Cardiovascular surgery and heart repair
- Clinical trials and diseases of dogs and cats
- Equine, livestock, and small animal medicine, orthopedics, and surgery
- Musculoskeletal biology/orthopedics
- Sports medicine and rehabilitation
- Stem cell biology and immunotherapy
Application Information and Deadlines
Interested track 2 applicants should contact the directors of specific laboratories regarding availability of graduate training positions and openings.
To apply, complete the Online Graduate Application via the Graduate School.
|April 1||Fall Admission Deadline|
|September 1||Spring Admission Deadline|
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Tuition and Financial Aid
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