Study in:United States
Deadline: 15 June 2019
Central to this program Animal Science Program is that a qualified veterinary student may have up to 9 credit hours of veterinary medicine courses count toward both the doctor of veterinary medicine degree and the MS degree. To this end, a student may earn the DVM and MS in about five to five-and-a-half years rather than the six to six-and-a-half years that otherwise would be required.
Normally, students would be considered for conditional admission to the program during, or following, their first year of veterinary medicine study at the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine. Because the MS program requires that a student write a thesis based on original research, efforts related to identifying a graduate mentor and starting a research-based project in consultation with a graduate advisory committee (that meets MS committee requirements) are appropriate in and around or following their first year of veterinary study.
- Advanced Mammalian Reproduction
- Researrh Ethics for the Life Sciences
- Comparative Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism
- Ecology of Grazing Land Systems
- Animal Immune
- Design and Analysis of Biological Resean:h
- Mixed Linear Statistical Modeling
- Doctoral Resean:h and Dissertation
- Advanced Topics in Animal
- Disorders of the Endocrine System
- Statistical Genomics
- Seminar on Advanced Topics in Animal Science
- Applicants must have obtained a bachelor’s degree from a college or university accredited by the appropriate regional accrediting agency.
- United States degree holders must have earned a minimum of 2.7 out of a possible 4.0 GPA
- Applicants with non-U.S. degrees must have earned a minimum of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or other equivalent to a ‘B’ average.
- Applicants may be required to submit standardized test scores
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in January 2020
You can apply until: 15 June 2019
For more details please visit program website.