Master of Science Degree in Large Animals
Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine
East Lansing, USA
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Our residency program provides specialist training in an environment that values scholarship, experience, and communication. Programs are tailored to meet the resident’s specific goals, and board certified faculty supervise and work with residents, preparing them for specialty board examinations.
In all specialties, residents develop clinical expertise, gain teaching experience, develop skills in research methodology, and complete the requirements for a Master of Science Degree. During clinical rotations, residents participate with faculty and veterinary students in diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of animal diseases.
We have two residency programs, Large Animal Surgery and Large Animal Medicine. Residency programs are typically completed in three years. We also offer year-long internships.
Selection for the program is based on professional performance, academic record, and communication skills. Assessment is based on letters of recommendation, communication with previous employers, transcripts, and interviews.