University of Saskatchewan

Western College of Veterinary Medicine

Small Animal Clinical Sciences

Graduate Programs: Small Animal Clinical Sciences

Q. What graduate degrees are available in Small Animal Clinical Sciences?

Q: What graduate student opportunities are currently available in this department?

View the list of current graduate student opportunities in this department.

Q. What are the research interests of Small Animal Clinical Sciences faculty members? 

View the research interests of Small Animal Clinical Sciences faculty members.

Q. What are the admissions requirements for Small Animal Clinical Sciences' graduate programs?

A DVM (or equivalent) plus previous participation in an internship program and/or equivalent appropriate practice experience is a prerequisite for our graduate student/residency programs. Candidates must be appointed to one of our residency programs before applying to do graduate studies in Small Animal Clinical Sciences.Visit Admissions Requirements for more details.

Q. Where can I find out more about tuition and financial aid?

Visit the U of S College of Graduate Studies and Research for more information.

Q. Who do I contact for more information about graduate programs offered in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences?

Carol Wilson
Graduate Program Co-ordinator

Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, WCVM

Tel: 306-966-7086

Fax: 306-966-7174

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