|93-4831/2 Small Animal Clinics F,W [2.50]|
The principles and techniques of small animal veterinary medicine will be taught utilizing the problem-oriented approach. Student management of animals presented to the small animal clinic will include aspects of diagnosis and case management in small animal medicine, surgery, radiology, anaesthesiology, preventative and outpatient medicine, and intensive care and emergency medicine. Department of Clinical Studies. This a two semester course.
This is a two semester course. When you select it you will be assigned to 93-4831 in the Fall semester and 93-4832 in the Winter semester. A grade will not be assigned to 93-4831 until 93-4832 has been completed.
|Prerequisites: successful completion of all courses in semesters 1-6 of the DVM program and the externship.|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|