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Grad School / Program:

  • Large Animal Clinical Sciences

  • Contact:
  • D202 Veterinary Medical Center
    Department of Large Animal Clinical Science
    Michigan State University (MSU)
    East Lansing, MI 48824
    United States
    Phone: 517-353-3064



  • Degrees Granted:
  • Masters, Doctorate

  • Programs offered:
  • On-campus
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  • Description:
  • Residency programs:
    Residency programs are designed to increase candidates' expertise in selected areas of veterinary practice and to aid candidates in preparing for specialty board examinations. The resident appointments are for one year. Based on satisfactory progress in the program, a resident may be reappointed for additional one-year periods, up to a total of three years. Residents may be required to rotate through College of Veterinary Medicine clinical and ancillary services on a scheduled basis, participating with faculty and veterinary students in diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of animal diseases. Typically, residency programs designed for completion of the specialty college requirements an are of three years duration. Residents are required to concurrently complete the requirements for a Master of Science Degree.

    - Master of Science
    - Doctor of Philosophy
    Contact appropriate faculty members in your area of interest to see if they have an opening in their research group. Correspond with faculty members who have openings. They may wish to see unofficial supporting documents (transcripts, GRE, etc.).
    Once a faculty member has conveyed interest in your joining their research group and has encouraged you to apply, you can obtain an application through the MSU graduate school via the web (http://www.msu.edu/user/gradschl/) or by contacting Deana Haner at: harner (at) cvm.edu.edu.

  • Admission Information:
  • Fill out the online application and remit the fee to the University.

    Send the statement of purpose to the Postgraduate Training Committee (address below).


    Contact all colleges/universities previously attended and ask that one official transcript be sent to the Postgraduate Training Committee (address below).

    Contact testing services for GRE and TOEFL (if an international student) and have them send official scores to the University Office of Admissions. You may have already completed this step when you took the exam. The department does not require GRE scores but encourages students to take the exam and submit the results.

    Ask three people to write letters of recommendation and have them sent to:

    Postgraduate Training Committee
    c/o Deana Haner

    Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
    D202 Veterinary Medical Center
    Michigan State University
    East Lansing MI 48824-1314
    USA

    After the Postgraduate Training Committee has received your application and all supporting documents, the application packet will be reviewed. The committee will decide if the applicant is admissible.

    Note: Only students with arrangements to work with a specific faculty member will be admitted. Applications received without this arrangement will be made available to all faculty for consideration, however, students applying this way are rarely admitted.

    Deadline
    Application materials should be at the University Office of Admissions three months before the beginning of the semester to which you are applying.

  • Grad Program Website:
  • http://cvm.msu.edu/lcs

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