United States Campus Veterinary Science Graduate Degrees & Animal Science Graduate Programs
While studying for a masters of veterinary science, you could take courses such as physiology, toxicology, pharmacology, pathology, immunology, virology, bacteriology, parasitology, epidemiology, anatomy, and behavior. Learn more about this type of graduate program today!
Campus based Veterinary Animal Sciences graduate schools feature programs designed to provide a high quality education to students with diverse goals and help to advance, through research, the familiarity and technology required to continue to improve productivity, efficiency and sustainability in animal agriculture.
Looking for a campus with a veterinary animal sciences graduate program near you? Refine your search by location to discover accredited colleges which offer veterinary animal sciences graduate programs that also happen to be in close proximity to you.
Filter you search by degree for on campus Graduate Certificate Programs in Veterinary Animal Sciences, Master of Science in Animal and Veterinary Sciences, or a campus based Ph.D. in Animal Sciences.
Learning about veterinary animal sciences alongside your peers and professor is a great way to engross yourself in the learning process and group setting. You can also look into international veterinary animal sciences graduate programs that may take you to faraway and exhilarating corners of the world, while you’re earning your degree. Jumpstart your search for on campus veterinary animal sciences degrees now!
- Washington, DCWashington, DC
The Department of Biology offers programs leading to the M.A. or M.S. degree in biology. Both emphasize the development of research techniques.
- Vancouver, WAVancouver, WA
Washington State University
The M.S. and Ph.D. in Botany and Zoology are WSU-wide graduate degrees. These degrees are offered by the WSU School of Biological Sciences, and you may pursue these degrees on the Vancouver campus, under the guidance and supervision of Vancouver-based science faculty.
- Pullman, WA
- Fresno, CAFresno, CA
California State University, Fresno
- North Grafton, MANorth Grafton, MA
One-year program focusing on topics (companion animals, wildlife, research animals, food animals), methods (quantitative and qualitative), and theorie...
- North Grafton, MA
- Medford, MA
- University Park, PAUniversity Park, PA
Pennsylvania State University
Programs are designed to give students an understanding of the biology and management of terrestrial or aquatic wildlife species and their environment...
- University Park, PA
- Hershey, PA
- Tucson, AZTucson, AZ
University of Arizona
The department offers programs leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees with a major in animal sciences.
- Madison, ILMadison, IL
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Students may choose to focus on the areas of: nutrition, rumen microbiology, aquaculute, reproductive physiology-endocrinology, genetics, animal breeding, muscle biology, meat science, cell biology, immunity and toxicology, or international agriculture.
- Madison, IL
- Fort Valley, GAFort Valley, GA
Fort Valley State University
The program, is designed for both traditional and nontraditional students in agriculture and life sciences by providing educational and experiential l...
- San Angelo, TXSan Angelo, TX
Angelo State University
This degree program is designed to give a thorough knowledge of the applications of scientific principles to the production, processing, and marketing...
- Newport News, VANewport News, VA
Hope Medical Institute
HMI acts as the North American agents for several European medical schools.
- Nacogdoches, TXNacogdoches, TX
Stephen F Austin State University