The primary missions of our College Park, Maryland campus are research and graduate education through the University of Maryland (UMD) Graduate School.
The UMD Department Of Veterinary Medicine ranks in the top tier of animal and human health research centers in the nation, consistently producing new discoveries in the areas of virology, immunology, epidemiology, and bacteriology. The department's location in the Baltimore-Washington corridor allows for active collaboration with several prominent research centers including NIH, USDA, and FDA. Learn more about the UMD Department of Vet Med.
VA-MD Vet Med is the in-state veterinary college for Virginia and Maryland residents. Though instructional activities for our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program occur on the Blacksburg campus, DVM admissions counseling for Maryland and area residents is provided on our Maryland campus through the Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine. The center also provides career counseling and mentorship for students and veterinarians interested in career transition. Learn more about our:
- DVM program
- DVM admissions counseling sessions in Maryland
- Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine
The University of Maryland's (UMD) Veterinary Medical Sciences (VMSC) Graduate Program is housed in the UMD College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the UMD Graduate School. The program offers both Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in the academic fields of veterinary medical, biomedical, and comparative medical sciences. Learn more about the UMD MS/PhD program.
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