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Central Luzon State University Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines 3120
Colleges
College of Veterinary Science and Medicine

Overview

The College envisions to become a multi veterinary institution dedicated to countryside development by providing excellent veterinary education to produce graduates equipped with technical, entrepreneurial, managerial, and leadership skills necessary for optimum animal production. It has four departments, namely: Animal Management, Morphophysiology and Pharmacology, Pathobiology, and Veterinary and Clinical Sciences.

Admissions

Upcoming CLSU students must complete the lorem ipsum with six or more credits including Science with a minimum average of 60 per cent and one of Advanced Functions, Calculus and Vectors or Mathematics of Data Management with a minimum average of 60 per cent.

Note: Admission is competitive. The specific average or standing required for admission varies from year to year. Students are selected by taking into consideration a wide range of criteria including school marks, distribution of subjects taken, and performance in subjects relevant to the academic program. Possession of the minimum requirements does not guarantee acceptance. Preference will be given to applicants with the best qualifications.

The application process and important dates/deadlines are outlined on our admissions website.

Course Offerings

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

The program aims to produce well-balanced veterinarians who are knowledgeable in animal production and welfare and One Health. This curriculum aims to expeditiously expand the scientific knowledge and skills base, improve veterinary education and clinical care while accelerating biomedical research discoveries, and enhancing public health safety.

The first two years of the program have a common curriculum featuring simulations, teamwork and case studies. In your third year, students can proceed to your chosen major.

MS in Veterinary Studies

The degree program enhances the advanced knowledge and skills of veterinarians in developing and implementing control and preventive measures for economically important transboundary, emerging, and re-emerging infectious diseases. The program aims to assist the national government’s veterinary services by developing skillful and competent veterinarians who can implement animal health programs in a multidisciplinary approach through One Health concept.

Program Details

Dean
  • Dr. Virginia M. Venturina
Department Head, Animal Management
  • Dr. Froilan Bernard R. Matias
Department Head, Morphophysiology and Pharmacology
  • Dr. Noraine P. Medina
Department Head, Pathobiology
  • Dr. Romeo S. Gundran
Department Head, Veterinary and Clinical Sciences
  • Dr. Reginaldo V. Abuyuan
Programs
  • Undergraduate
  • Masteral
  • Vocational
Degrees
  • Bachelors
  • Masters
  • Doctorate
  • Certificate
Experiential Learning
  • Capstone
  • Internship
  • Research study
Delivery Method
  • Online, Asynchronous
  • Face-to-Face
Length
  • Undergraduate: 4 years
  • Masteral: 2 years
Contact Information

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