Veterinary Medicine and Sciences
Clinical veterinary science is the study of animal health and wellness applied to a clinical setting. Specifically, clinical veterinarians conduct research on animal disease, health and healing to advance the field of veterinary medicine.
Large animal medicine involves the study of biology, genetics, anatomy, physiology, animal nutrition, animal diseases, surgical techniques and reproduction. Those enrolled in this program also receive animal and clinical training, which takes place in farms, laboratories or veterinary practices...
Veterinary immunobiology and microbiology focuses on the study of parasites, bacteria and diseases that affect animals as well as the workings of animal immune systems.