Curriculum

The graduate institute consists of two divisions, namely, economic and zoo animal group and companion animal group. The graduate school currently offers a two to four year Master's degree program. A minimum of twenty-four credit units (six units of thesis not included) is required for the Master's degree.

Courses for the Graduates:

Thesis (6), Independent Study (I)(1), Independent Study (II)(1), Independent Study (III)(1), Independent Study (IV)(1), Seminar (I)(1), Seminar (II)(1), Seminar (III)(1), Seminar (IV)(1), Companion Animal Medical And Surgery Practice (I)(4), Companion Animal Medical And Surgery Practice (II)(4), Companion Animal Medical And Surgery Practice (III)(4), Companion Animal Medical And Surgery Practice (IV)(4), Seminar On Small Animal Emergency And Critical (I)(1), Seminar On Small Animal Emergency And Critical (II)(1), Seminar On Small Animal Emergency And Critical (III)(1), Seminar In Small Animal Orthopedics (2), Small Animal Ophthalmology (2), Special Topics In Small Animal Clinical Pathology (2), Large And Wild Animals Practice (I)(4), Large And Wild Animals Practice (II)(4), Large And Wild Animals Practice (III)(4), Large And Wild Animals Practice (IV)(4), Principles Of Horse Behavior (1)

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