The Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine invites you to become part of our family. Our innovative DVM curriculum of two years of pre-clinical (classroom and laboratory) coursework and two years of clinical education (practical application) provides students with a broad-based foundation in veterinary medicine and allows them to pursue focused career interests through externships, research and elective clinical rotations.
We have one of only 15 NIH funded summer research experiences. The Summer Research Experience is a 12-week program with a purpose to provide student trainees with exposure and training in biomedical research and to provide them with skills that will help them grow into leaders in the veterinary profession.
Our graduate study programs allow students to pursue a master's or doctorate with a specialty in infectious diseases, toxicology, pharmacology, pathology or production medicine.
The MSU-CVM also has a bachelor's degree program in veterinary medical technology. This degree prepares students for careers ranging from private practice to cutting-edge biomedical research.
Let your future in veterinary medicine begin at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
About the Programs
The College awards a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medical Technology and master's and doctoral degrees in specialized areas.