- Minimum 90 credits
- Traditional Research-based, mentored, (usually self-funded—a very limited number of research assistant ships, fellowships, and other awards are available for students with exceptional credentials)
Identify a Faculty Mentor and Supervisors for Degree Programs
The College of Veterinary Medicine includes five departments from which to identify potential thesis mentors and supervisory committee members for non-thesis programs. You must identify a faculty mentor PRIOR to admission for a thesis option. You must identify a supervisory committee of 3 to 5 graduate faculty by the end of the first semester of study for all degree options, including non-thesis.
Review the websites for each department, including biographical information and research interests of faculty members:
- Comparative, Diagnostic and Population Medicine (Dr. Maureen Long, Graduate Coordinator)
- Infectious Diseases and Immunology (Dr. David Allred, Graduate Coordinator)
- Large Animal Clinical Sciences (Dr. Iske Larkin, Graduate Coordinator)
- Physiological Sciences (Dr. Rick Johnson, Graduate Coordinator)
- Small Animal Clinical Sciences (Dr. Daniel Lewis, Graduate Coordinator)
The College also collaborates with other colleges in both the Health Science Center and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences to provide students with excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary research and training mentors.