The Western College of Veterinary Medicine's four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program prepares students to meet the needs of animal health care in Western Canada and beyond.
During the program's first two years, students focus on basic and applied science core courses. In their third year, students gain more in-depth information in particular interest areas through elective courses. Students gain clinical experience during their final year, completing a series of two- or four-week practical rotations in a range of disciplines and interest areas.
To review the course descriptions for the WCVM DVM program, please visit the U of S Course Calendar and click on Veterinary Medicine. The veterinary college's course descriptions are listed by program year and under the following abbreviations:
Visit Year 4 Rotations and Externships to read descriptions of clinical rotations in the Year 4 Clinical Rotations handbook.