the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Veterinary Medicine
Our innovative curriculum produces broadly trained, clinically prepared graduates equipped to enter a wide range of veterinary fields.
Learning Outcomes for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Veterinary Medicine
Graduates of the College of Veterinary Medicine professional program shall:
- Demonstrate knowledge of the basic sciences that form the foundation of veterinary practice.
- Understand the principles of scientific inquiry and shall be able to apply those principles to solve problems by posing questions, forming hypotheses, and obtaining and evaluating data relevant to the practice of veterinary medicine.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the clinical conditions that form the foundation of veterinary practice.
- Be able to apply their knowledge, skills, and the principles of scientific inquiry to analyze, evaluate, and solve veterinary problems and synthesize diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventative plans.
- Possess technical skills essential for success in the practice of veterinary medicine and surgery(i.e., they shall be “practice ready” with Day 1 clinical skills).
College of Veterinary Medicine
Dean of the College of Medicine: Peter D. Constable
Head of Admissions: Jonathan H. Foreman
Graduate Studies: See individual departments
College of Veterinary Medicine website
College of Veterinary Medicine Faculty
3505 Veterinary Medicine Basic Sciences Building, 2001 South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana, Illinois 61802