Become part of the next generation of basic and clinical scientists finding solutions to global problems in the field of toxicology. Selected international candidates will receive specialty training in toxicology and veterinary medicine – completing toxicology curriculum prior to beginning the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program.
- Completion of requirements for the M.S.T. Program (one year, plus a summer, if needed)
- Completion of requirements for the D.V.M. Program (four years)
Available only to international candidates
Partnership with the Department of Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences
Application Information and Deadlines
- Follow the general D.V.M. application process, ensuring you complete the D.V.M./M.S.T. section of the Colorado Supplemental Application.
- Meet TOEFL requirements as set by the CSU Graduate School.
- Once admitted to the D.V.M./M.S.T. program you must submit an application to the CSU Graduate School.
If you indicate you wish to be considered for the combined D.V.M./M.S.T. program (on the Colorado Supplemental Application), your application will additionally be considered in the regular D.V.M. admissions pool. When decisions are released, if you receive an OFFER to the D.V.M./M.S.T. program, you will not be further considered in the regular D.V.M. admissions pool, regardless of whether or not you accept or decline the D.V.M./M.S.T. offer. If you are denied or designated as an alternate for the D.V.M./M.S.T. program, your application will be considered in the regular D.V.M. admissions pool.
If you withdraw your acceptance to the D.V.M./M.S.T. program before/after matriculation into the graduate program, you will be dismissed from the professional D.V.M. program. You will have to re-apply for admission to the D.V.M. program or the graduate school.
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Tuition and Financial Aid
Candidates that receive an offer are specifically offered a nonresident non-sponsored position in the graduate toxicology program and in the four-year part of the DVM Program. By state law, the tuition classification of non-sponsored D.V.M. student remains non-sponsored for the duration of the combined program (you cannot change your tuition classification once you matriculate in the D.V.M. Program).
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