Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul (UNICSUL)
São Paulo, Brazil
BRL 1,896 / per year
Earliest start date
About the course
The course provides students with practical learning aimed at the professional market through a teaching staff made up of professors who have a vast experience in their respective areas of activity. clinical and surgical care for small and large animals, complementing the theoretical training provided.
Its support structure has three surgical centers, eight outpatient clinics for clinical care, clinical analysis, animal reproduction and preventive medicine laboratories, necropsy and surgical technique rooms, anatomy and microscopy laboratories, fluid therapy room and imaging sector ( radiology, ultrasound and echocardiography), as well as a care yard for large animals, stalls and kennels for the maintenance of animals in the Complex and under care.
During the course, the student is encouraged to participate in research activities developed by professors, as well as in technical-scientific cooperation programs maintained with national and foreign institutions, such as the San Diego Zoo, with which the only project in the country funded by the Zoological Society of San Diego. Educational activities are promoted, including courses and lectures to the community on basic care in animal handling, responsible ownership and animal welfare, vaccination and castration campaigns for dogs and cats, projects for the adoption of abandoned animals and veterinary assistance to rural establishments .Professors of the course and students who do scientific initiation make up a research group entitled Structural and Functional Veterinary Pathology, registered with CNPq (National Council for Scientific and Technological Development), which develops projects in the lines of research of Infectious and Parasitic Diseases in Domestic Animals and Wild Animals, Experimental Pathology, Veterinary Oncology and Toxicology.
The Veterinary Doctor develops actions aimed at animal health and production, public health, food production and environmental protection. Its activities are aimed at veterinary clinics and hospitals, universities and research institutions, development agencies or government administration, equestrian and jockey societies, zoos, laboratories and factories of veterinary products, slaughterhouses, inspection services for products of animal origin, companies farming and rural cooperatives.
In ENADE 2010, students obtained the best average among all Veterinary courses in Greater São Paulo, adding to the maximum score of 5 given by the INEP/MEC on-site verification commission for the excellence of its pedagogical project and infrastructure. The course has a partnership with ANCLIVEPA (National Association of Small Animal Veterinary Clinics) to carry out specialization courses and the Professional Improvement Program in Small Animal Medical Clinic.
Local Veterinary Complex: Av. Lieutenant Laudelino Ferreira do Amaral, 700 (São Miguel campus) Phone: 2037-5792 Opening hours: Monday to Friday, from 8am to 12pm and from 1pm to 5pm, Saturdays from 8am to 12pm.
Morning - from 7:30 am to 12:50 pm. Classes on Saturdays, in some semesters.