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Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine Master in Small Animal Clinical Sciences
Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Master in Small Animal Clinical Sciences

East Lansing, USA

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Sep 2024

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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, and develop skills in research methodology. During clinical rotations, residents participate with faculty and veterinary students in diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of animal diseases. In some cases, residency programs may be combined with a master of science degree program.

Residency programs are typically completed in three years. One-year appointments are renewable annually up to a total of three years.

Our internship program provides advanced clinical training in medicine and surgery. It is a one-year rotating program designed to prepare graduate veterinarians for residency programs. In addition, specialty internship opportunities may be available on a limited basis.

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