United States Veterinary Animal Medicine Graduate Programs & Schools
Do you have a knack for science and a love for animals? If so, you may want to consider enrolling in a graduate program in veterinary science. Whether you’re interested in diagnosing and treating animals as a veterinarian or you’re considering focusing on animal laboratory science or facility management—graduating from one of the many colleges that offer veterinary programs could help you take your education to the next level. Depending on the specialty or degree program you choose, you may take classes in subjects like zoology, animal advocacy, veterinary medicine, wildlife management, or international animal health.
Because there are many different facets to veterinary and animal medicine programs, there are many different degree options to choose from, such as a Master in Laboratory Animal Science, a Master in Veterinary Science or a Ph.D. in Zoology and Wildlife Conservation.
And we can help simplify your search! Just filter by degree for Masters Programs in Veterinary Science and Animal Science or Veterinary Medicine Ph.D. Doctorate Graduate Programs. If you’re looking to make a focused career shift you may want to consider a Graduate Certificate in Veterinary or Animal Science. Or you can also search online veterinary graduate degrees.
Then, it’s time to think about where you’d like to study. You can filter your search by location to find a wide variety of accredited colleges in your area—or in countries around the world—that offer veterinary programs. Just set your parameters and check out the list of results to see which one can best prepare you for your ideal veterinary or animal science career.
- 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
- Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA
The only one in the nation, the Veterinary Medical Science (VMS) Preparatory Program is a one year post-baccalaureate program designed to strengthen y...
- Philadelphia, PA
- Bozeman, MTBozeman, MT
Montana State University - Bozeman
The primary mission of Veterinary Molecular Biology (VMB) is to perform basic and applied research, using state-of-the-art technologies, to contribute...
- Pomona, CAPomona, CA
Western University Of Health Sciences
Veterinary Medicine serves society and nature by preventing disease in and promoting the health of animals through veterinary medical education.
- Moscow, IDMoscow, ID
University of Idaho
- Madison, ILMadison, IL
University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Logan, UTLogan, UT
Utah State University
- Fort Collins, COFort Collins, CO
Colorado State University
The professional curriculum is a four-year program leading to the doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) degree.
- Gainesville, FLGainesville, FL
The University of Florida
The Department has the primary responsibility for the Infectious Diseases and Experimental Pathology graduate program and is actively involved in grad...
- Gainesville, FL
- Columbus, OHColumbus, OH
Ohio State University
The Graduate Program in Comparative and Veterinary Medicine Graduate offers a unique approach to advanced training of...
- Columbus, OH
- Fargo, NDFargo, ND
North Dakota State University
Advanced work in Animal Science may involve specialized training in the following areas: animal breeding, animal nutrition, animal genetics, animal health, physiology of reproduction, nutritional physiology, and meat science.
- Lexington, KYLexington, KY
University of Kentucky
Our students include post-baccalaureate and post-D.V.M. students pursuing graduate training in the research areas listed above.