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 The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine offers a variety of online educational programs for:

  • Veterinary Students-Complement your curriculum with additional learning opportunities
  • Continuing Education-Veterinary Medicine at Illinois has the equivalent of RACE approval for all CE
  • Master's Degree and Graduate Certificates-Expand your knowledge and skill set, all online, all affordable.

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8
credit
hours
Limited to Students in 2nd year of MVS program
The Master of Veterinary Science (MVS) Integrative Learning Experience provides students with an opportunity to synthesize, integrate, and apply knowledge and skills acquired in MVS approved…
3
credit
hours
Available Fall 2021
Learn veterinary anatomy - cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, renal, nervous, and reproductive), evolutionary biology/bioinformatics, and microbiology/virology.
CE
non-
credit
6 CE Hours | Open Now
The Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Medicine certificate will equip health care professionals with a conceptual understanding of AI and its applications through real-worl
CE
non-
credit
FREE
Learn about the impact of infectious disease on sustainable animal-based food production by understanding the science of growth, immunity, and infection and by learning the problem-solving skills…
CE
non-
credit
One-hour CE
Telemedicine, Virtual Care, and Connected Care are all terms you hear about how technology is changing the future of medicine.
3
credit
hours
Students will be exposed to various facets and health problems in both public and veterinary health globally with emphasis on low-income countries. Emphasis will be on how to understand and work…
3
credit
hours
Available Spring 2022
Explore how structured, systems-based thinking – Thinking Process techniques - can be applied to the management of the supply chain for livestock-based food systems. By the end of the course, you…
3
credit
hours
Explore how structured, systems-based thinking – Thinking Process techniques - can be applied to the management of the supply chain for livestock-based food systems. By the end of the course, you…
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Spotlight
IVERMECTIN AND YOU
Should people take a livestock drug to treat a deadly virus? (no!)

Dr. Jim Lowe, a professor of veterinary clinical medicine at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and an expert on infectious diseases and agricultural animals, spoke with News Bureau biomedical sciences editor Liz Ahlberg Touchstone about ivermectin, the differences between forms intended for animals and the approved human prescription, and the risks of accidental overdose.

What Others are Saying

I loved it! Short, easy to understand videos. Loved having the text to read also. Great articles attached.

-Practicing Veterinarian

This was great! Sharing with entire staff so they understand too

 

-Practicing Veterinarian

Thank you for offering this CE. I look forward to see what other programs you may have available. I really do enjoy CE from the comfort of my own home.

-Practicing Veterinarian
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