The DVM degree is achieved after a four-year course of study. At the University of Missouri, the first two years are largely spent in classrooms and laboratories with the second two years devoted primarily to clinical study in the MU Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. The professional curriculum is integrated with college services including statewide animal disease diagnostic services, extension and continuing education programs for animal owners and veterinarians, patient care referral and consultation services for all species of animals, research programs in animal and human diseases, and advanced specialized training in veterinary and comparative medicine.
- Nonacademic Preparation
- Financial Aid
- In-State Residency Requirements
- Transfer Request Information
- Procedure for Evaluation of Applicants & Selection Process
- CVM Student Characteristics & Summary Profile of Students Accepted into the Class of 2020