Programs

DVM (Baccalaureate) program

A 5-year program of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) is provided. Students must complete and pass all required courses (167 credits) during the first four years before they are allowed to proceed to the final year as intern veterinarians. A minimum of 182 credits is required for the degree of DVM. The degree has also been accredited by the Hong-Kong and Macau governments since 1998, and also by the Veterinary Council Malaysian since 2011.

Master program at the Institute of Veterinary Medicine

This 2-4-year program consists of two divisions including Veterinary Public Health and Veterinary Basic Sciences. A minimum of 24 credits is required for the degree of Master of

Veterinary Medicine.
Master program at the Institute of Veterinary Clinical Sciences

The master programs of the Institute of Veterinary Clinical Sciences (IVCS) last for 2~4 years studying in the laboratory of one of eleven full-time clinical faculty members of IVCS. The aims of the master program at the IVCS are to train graduate students to perform good research in veterinary or biomedical fields leading to competent veterinary/biomedical scientists. The master programs of the IVCS are with an option to advance to PhD program by application before the end of 1st year in master program. The graduates of master programs from the IVCS are usually very competitive in their career life, such as in professions of biomedical research, industry, clinical specialty or further advanced studies etc.

Master program at the Institute of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology

This 2-4 year program consists of two divisions including Veterinary Pathology and non-Veterinary Pathology. A minimum of 24 credits is required for the degree of Master of Veterinary Medicine. The required core courses of the program are general introduction of Molecular Pathobiology and Statistics (experimental design). Additionally, students who pass the required veterinary pathology residency training will be awarded a Residency Certification.

PhD program at the Institute of Veterinary Medicine

All PhD students must fulfill both course and research requirements for their PhD degree. A minimum of 18 credits is required for the degree. In addition, three dissertation research-related publications, including at least two published or accepted by SCI-listed journals, are required for the degree.


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