The professional curriculum at UC Davis is a four-year program of academic study and clinical skills training leading to the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. It is designed for flexibility.
The MPVM program prepares veterinarians to investigate and evaluate disease and production problems in animal populations and to design, evaluate and implement disease control or other veterinary services programs.
The University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine is home to more than 500 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine students, 180 graduate students, 20 Master of Preventive Veterinary Medicine students and 90 veterinarians as graduate clinical (resident) students studying for specialist qualifications.
Students come from around the world study at a School of Veterinary Medicine because it is consistently ranked as one of the top veterinary schools in the world.
A combination of dedicated, talented and world-renown faculty, a school-wide commitment to learning in a technology-rich environment and modern, high-quality facilities built to support collaborative learning contribute to a rewarding and stimulating educational environment.
Further information about each program, including DVM Prospective Students/Admissions, MPVM Prospective Students/Admissions (Post-DVM Degree), and information on Graduate Programs, can be obtained by clicking on the program tabs at the top of this page.