The College of Veterinary Medicine is offering a graduate certificate in Livestock Systems Management!
Earning a graduate certificate in Livestock Systems Health will help take your career to the next level. You will have the opportunity to meet and learn with fellow students all over the globe working to solve the same issues under the guidance of instructors that have been in practice over 25 years.
How it works
Individualized - Choose the Livestock Systems courses relevant to you
Independent - Learn at your own pace
Illinois - Innovative research and applied learning that tackles global problems
Price is set at $302/credit hour. Graduate Certificate is a minimum of 9 graduate credit hours.
Payment is not due at registration. Please visit this page for more information on how to process tuition payments and due dates or contact us directly.
Frequently Asked Questions
- When do I pay for the courses?
The University will generate a tuition bill once the semester starts. The bill will be emailed to you. Tuition payments are due on the 28th of each month. The first payment for the Fall Semester is September 28 and the first payment for the Spring Semester is February 28.
- How do I pay?
You pay online. The University accepts e-check, American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa and international wire transfers via Flywire.
- How much time do I have to commit?
Students should anticipate spending 9-10 hours/week learning the content of each course.
- What time zone is the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine?
The University of Illinois is in U.S. Central time zone.
- When will live sessions be held?
All course content will be accessible to students in all time zones. Live sessions will be scheduled based on the geographical location of students in the course. All live sessions will be recorded and shared on the course website.
alt link: http://online.vetmed.illinois.edu/How-To-Enroll