The future of veterinary education in Arizona began this week as 102 inaugural students started classes at Midwestern University’s new College of Veterinary Medicine, the state’s only four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) program. Students enrolled in the D.V.M. program will be taught in new state-of-the art facilities, including a 78,000 square foot classroom/laboratory building on the main campus, the Animal Health Institute (a 109,000 square foot veterinary clinic), and the on-campus Equine and Bovine Center, providing large animal education.
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source: Midwestern University – Office of Communications | 8.29.14