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2010-2011 General Catalog 
2010-2011 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG Please see current catalog]

Bioveterinary Science, MS

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Master of Science

The MS is available to qualified students with bachelor’s degrees. MS degrees are offered by the department in animal science and dairy science, with five specializations in each, and in bioveterinary science.

Course Requirements

Course requirements are determined by the student in consultation with and upon agreement by his or her supervisory committee. Depending on the research emphasis selected and the student’s background, these requirements may be different for each student. Students working toward an MS or PhD degree must complete appropriate graduate-level statistics courses, as well as participate in the Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences departmental seminar.

Bioveterinary Science

This degree program involves studies in biochemistry, statistics, pathology, toxicology, virology, parasitology, pharmacology, and microbiology. Advanced techniques in laboratory procedures and animal health research are emphasized. Cooperation with other departments and research centers of the University and with federal collaborators and agencies allows for a strong graduate program in bioveterinary science.

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