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        These results contain 55 campus & online accredited graduate degree programs & graduate schools in the field of biological & life sciences, subject of veterinary & animal sciences, specialty of veterinary medicine (dvm) at the certificate & doctorate & masters levels in all locations from all types of institutions.
         
         
         

        Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Graduate Programs

        Veterinary medicine graduate students study the practice of diagnosing and treating animals as well as providing them with preventative care. Veterinarians may pursue careers as general practitioners, or specialize in treating particular types of animals or conditions. They may specialize in treating large or small animals, wild or domestic animals, or particular families of species such as felines, pachyderms, or marine mammals. They might also focus on working with a certain type of animal such as companion animals, wild animals, zoo animals, or laboratory animals. Within those specializations, they might also focus on a particular type of practice such as dentistry, surgery, or internal medicine. Given the many varieties of animals and specializations, the field of veterinary medicine is incredibly broad and diverse.

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