Companion Animal
Programs in companion animal medicine focus on diseases seen in a wide variety of species including dogs, cats, birds, fish and small mammals. -more-

Epidemiology programs focus on herd and flock health, including diagnosis, control, prevention, and eradication of diseases and other constraints that impact health and productivity of populations, and that diminish the quality of food produced. -more-

Equine Medicine
Teaching and clinical programs in equine medicine are diverse and embrace the pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, control and prevention of infectious and non-infectious diseass involving all body systems of the horse. -more- 

Food Animal Medicine
Food Animal Medicine is the synthesis of internal medicine, population medicine and epidemiology to maximize health, well being and productivity of the food animal species including dairy and beef cattle, swine, goats, sheep, poultry and fish, which ultimately result in a high quality and safe food products for consumers throughout the world. -more-

Non-Domestic and Exotic Species
Non-domestic and exotic species are a growing group of animals in demand of veterinary care.  Captive wildlife, birds, fish, primates, and many laboratory species are maintained by federal, state and private institutions in production, conservation and research programs and by numerous individuals as pets. -more-