A two-year MSc program in veterinary ophthalmology is available. The student will complete research in the field of veterinary ophthalmology and will interact with board-certified ophthalmologists on a regular basis.
In addition to the research component of the program, the student will attend weekly ocular pathology rounds and complete graduate courses in ophthalmology. Applicants must have a DVM degree from an accredited university.
Dr. Daniel McPhee of the WCVM Department of Veterinary Biomedical Sciences is recruiting two MSc students for the fall of 2013. Graduate students will investigate placental development and uterine function during pregnancy.
The Department of Veterinary Pathology offers a two-year program in diagnostic anatomic pathology, with a domestic animal or wildlife emphasis, and in diagnostic clinical pathology, leading to a Master of Veterinary Science (MVetSc) degree. Research-based programs leading to MSc and PhD degrees are also available.
Scholarship support, currently beginning at $33,000, is available on a competitive basis to veterinarians who are Canadian citizens or hold landed immigrant status and have successfully passed the computer-based portion of the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE).
All documents for complete applications must be submitted by December 1 for programs beginning on August 15.