Veterinary Pathology (PhD)

Degree: Doctoral Degrees

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Graduate study leading to the MS or PhD degrees in veterinary pathology with emphasis in either anatomic or clinical pathology is offered by the department. Dissertation opportunities exist in the areas of growth factors, leukocyte pathobiology, infectious diseases, virology, wound healing, cellular immuno-pathobiology, wildlife diseases, and avian pathology including diseases of exotic species.

Applicants for graduate study are accepted to begin preferably in the fall semester. Prospective students usually have the DVM degree.

School/College

College of Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary Medicine Building
Athens, GA 30602-73791
Phone: 706/542-3461

Academic Department

Veterinary Pathology
Veterinary Medicine Building
Athens, GA 30602-7388
Phone: 706/542-5829

Contacts

Graduate Coordinator

Tamas Nagy

706/202-8608

The Department of Pathology offers a program of study for qualified individuals leading to the Master of Science (MS) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in veterinary pPathology. Graduate veterinarians are offered a program which incorporates a residency program with graduate work in which at culmination the student is eligible for examination by the board of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists. Non-DVM graduate students earn their graduate degrees independent of the residency.

Degree

Code

Course Descriptions

PhD

870A

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