Distance Education MS Degrees
The UF College of Veterinary Medicine offers a MS degree in Veterinary Medical Sciences with concentrations in Shelter Medicine, Veterinary Forensic Sciences, and Forensic Toxicology.
This master of science degree focuses on the advanced knowledge required to successfully practice evidence-based medicine or manage operations in a shelter environment.
In partnership with the UF College of Veterinary Medicine, the UF Maples Center for Forensic Medicine is proud to offer an online master’s degree and graduate certificate program in veterinary forensic sciences.
This program may be of interest to those currently working or seeking employment in the following areas: crime laboratories, medical examiners’ offices, police departments, criminal defense firms, prosecution attorneys’ offices, hospital and clinical chemistry labs, pharmaceutical companies, and high school science programs.
For more information on the Shelter Medicine and Veterinary Forensic Sciences program, please contact Narasi Ramachandran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 352-294-3897.
For more information on the Forensic Toxicology program, please contact DESS at email@example.com.
Application deadlines for Forensic Toxicology:
- Spring: November 15th
- Summer: April 4th
- Fall: July 25th
Application deadlines for Veterinary Forensic Sciences:
- Spring: November 19th
- Summer: April 15th
- Fall: July 22nd
Aquatic Animal Health Program
The UF College of Veterinary Medicine Aquatic Animal Health Program offers distance learning courses, certificates, and events. For more information, please visit the Aquatic Animal Health website.