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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program

The DVM program is a rigorous four-year professional degree program preceded by three to four years of pre-professional study. Veterinarians protect the health of companion and production animals, as well as human health. Careers include private practice, teaching, research, regulatory medicine, public health, and military service.  

Graduate Education

Earn your MS or PhD degree through our graduate programs in applied veterinary medicine research or basic research using animal models.

 

Residency Programs/Intern Programs
Veterinary Public Health

 About our programs

 

The DVM educational program is a four year program. Students come to us usually with a bachelor's degree or a four year degree before entering veterinary school. We're lucky to have a very large applicant pool composed both of residents from Minnesota and non-residents from around the country. We have a number of educational programs at the college including the Doctor of VM degree (DVM), a Masters or PhD degree, and a DVM/MPH joint degree.


The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary medicine provides students with state of the art experience in dairy and beef cattle production medicine.


The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary medicine provides students with state of the art experience in swine, small ruminant and poultry production medicine.

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