The University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine is now accepting applications for a new online graduate certificate in veterinary science. The first classes begin in August, 2020.
The 15-credit hour graduate certificate program offers veterinarians and veterinary technicians the opportunity to earn a graduate-level education without the need to relocate or miss work to attend classes. Students who earn credits for certificate completion may apply those credits toward the online master of biomedical sciences with an emphasis in veterinary sciences degree.
“Our goal is to help students better understand the intersection of veterinary and biomedical sciences as a whole, so they can combine their technical knowledge and real-world experience to become more effective in their professions,” said Laurie Wallace, DVM, MVSc, DACVIM, director of veterinary online programs at Mizzou’s veterinary college.
The curriculum is flexible to accommodate students with diverse goals. The online courses are taught by MU College of Veterinary Medicine faculty.
Graduate students enrolled in MU’s online program pay in-state tuition regardless of where they live.
For more information contact: WallaceLa@missouri.edu