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Campus-wide collaboration is built into the organizational structure of Michigan State University; this strength is particularly evident at the graduate education level, where a number of formally established interdisciplinary graduate programs exist. The College’s graduate programs prepare students for careers in biomedical research, public health, academia, the pharmaceutical industry, and other research areas.

The College of Veterinary Medicine offers the following graduate education programs:

College of Veterinary Medicine:

Other departments:

Students from diverse walks of life are invited to explore the graduate education opportunities in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University. Our students have a wide range of backgrounds, including biomedical science, engineering, epidemiology, food science, pharmacology, toxicology, and veterinary medicine.

A baccalaureate or a professional medical degree is a prerequisite for any student wishing to be admitted to a graduate program in the College of Veterinary Medicine. Admission requires departmental or graduate program approval. The departmental or graduate program admissions committee considers scholastic record, experience, personal qualifications, and area of interest in determining the applicant's acceptability. Support for graduate training is available on a competitive basis.

Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
Veterinary Medical Center F & G wings
784 Wilson Road Rm G-100
East Lansing, MI, 48824
phone: (517) 432-2388
fax: (517) 432-1037


To be considered for financial support, submit application materials to the University Office of Admissions by the first week of January for the academic year of which you are applying; otherwise, apply at least three months before the beginning of the semester for which you are applying.