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3
credit
hours
Fall, Summer (2nd 8 weeks)
Design a comprehensive health improvement plan under the guidance of Dr. Jim Lowe that can implemented in your livestock production system by the end of this 8-week course.
4
credit
hours
Fall (1st 8 weeks)
Design a comprehensive biosecurity protocol under the guidance of Dr. Jim Lowe that you can implement in your workplace immediately. Training focuses on the importance and impact of taking a systems-…
3
credit
hours
Spring (2nd 8 weeks)
This course provides a new framework for understanding the anatomical, physiological, immunological, microbiological, and pathological basis of health maintenance in the major body systems impacted…
CE
non-
credit
1 CE hour
Learn about the importance and physiology of pain management in companion animals, as well as the best practices for prescribing opioids. This course is based on the FDA's educational blueprint for…
CE
non-
credit
1 CE hour
Learn about the importance and physiology of pain management in companion animals, as well as the best practices for prescribing opioids to out-patients, including their potential risks and benefits.
CE
non-
credit
1 CE hour
This course builds on Safe Prescription of Opioids in Veterinary Care I and II. Work through common cases presenting to small animal veterinarians that require you to apply your knowledge of pain…
4
credit
hours
Fall (16 weeks)
Application of statistical methods to epidemiology, clinical and diagnostic medicine, and laboratory biomedical experiments. Emphasizes use of computerized statistical software in biomedical data…
3
credit
hours
IAHS Certificate | Spring (1st 8 weeks)
This course is designed to help participants begin to develop an integrated, science-based approach to health problems by helping them understand how each organ system contributes to whole body…
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Richard Paz, MVS Candidate

 "It does not matter if you have a couple of years or more than 20 years working in ranching, corporate production, research and development, education, veterinary medicine, government, quality control, or other industries, the master of veterinary science (MVS) degree is designed to increase your skills and capabilities to identify the best solutions and techniques to solve problems in a food based system. This program will provide you with different ideas, perspectives from professionals in your field and, the best of all, you can do it online without interfering your responsibilities."

What Others are Saying

The structure of the MVS program provides the flexibility to complete it at a pace that work best with your busy life.

-Essam Otefi, MVS Candidate

I really enjoyed all the classes that I took at the University of Illinois.

-Melissa Billing, MVS Graduate '22

The degree program has prepared me to meet these challenges and to properly handle any issues that occur.

-Rosalie Moses, MVS Graduate '21
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