Academic Programs

Master of Science in Veterinary Medicine

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General Info

Prospective Students

 

DVM graduate from the academe, animal industry, private and government industries and private practice.

 

Opportunities

1. Join various government agencies (DA, DENR, DOH, etc)  and local government units

2. Teach in universities and colleges in the country and region

3. Join international organizations concerned with animal or human health (OIE, WHO, FAO)

4. Work in reseasrch laboratories in public and private institutions

5. Work in private companies engaged in animal production and animal breeding activities

6. Engage in food animal practice

7. Pursue graduate studies in related/relevant degree programs

 

Requirements and Mechanics to Graduate

 

Completion of all prescribed courses and other requirements and submission of bound copies of thesis.  All candidates for graduation must pay the graduation fee and file a formal application to the dean of GS as a candidate for graduation.  His graduation would also have to be approved by the CVM Faculty, the University council and UP Board of Reagents


Areas of Specialization

 

 

 

 

Name Description
Veterinary Microbiology

bacteriology, mycology, virology, and immunology

Veterinary Parasitology

veterinary entomology, protozoology, helminthology, systematics, immunology and clinical parasitology

Veterinary Pathology

comparative pathology,  pathophysiology, clinical pathology, oncology

Veterinary Public Health

food hygiene and safety, epidemiology and zoonoses

 

Courses

Specialized Courses

 Course No.   Course Title  Units   Prerequisites  Semester Offered 
 VMCB 221  Applied Immunology  2

 VMCB 122, VMCB 123,

 and VMCB 124 or COI

 1
 VMCB 222  CLinical Microbiology  2

 VMCB 122 or COI

 1
 VMCB 223

 Bacterial and Viral Pathogens of

 Domestic Animals

 4

 VMCB 122 and VMCB 123

 or COI

 2
 VMCB 224

 Veterinary Mycology

 2

 VMCB 122 or COI

 1
 VMCB 225

 Advances in Veterinary

 Immunology

 2

 VMCB 124

 2
 VMCB 226

 Advances in Veterinary

 Virology

 2

 VMCB 123 or COI

 2
 VMCB 227

 Veterinary Anaerobic

 Bacteriology

 2

 VMCB 122 or COI

 1, 2
 VMCB 229

 (or MBB 229)

 Biotechnology in Immunoprophylaxis 

 and Diagnostics of Animal Disease

 2

 VMCB 221 or VPAR 234

 or COI

 1
 VMCB 291

 Special Topics in Veterinary

 Microbiology

 1

 COI(1,2)

 1, 2
 VMCB 299

 Graduate Seminar in Micrbiology

 1 

 COI(1,2)

 1,2
 VMCB 300

 Master's Thesis

 6

 

 1, 2
 VPAR 231

 Advanced Veterinary Entomology

 3  VPAR 131 or COI (1)  1
 VPAR 232

 Advanced Veterinary Helminthology

 3  VPAR 132 or COI (2)  2
 VPAR 233

 Advanced Veterinary Protozoology

 2  VPAR 131 or COI(1)  1
 VPAR 234

 Immunology of Parasitic Infections

 2

 VMCB 124 and VPAR 132

 or COI(2)

 2
 VPAR 235

 CLinical Parasitology

 2

 VPAR 132 or COI(1)

 1
 VPAR 236

 Systemic Helmintology

 3

 VPAR 132 or COI(2)

 2
 VPAR 291

 Special Topics in Parasitology

 1,3

 VPAR 132 or COI(1, 2)

 1, 2
 VPAR 300

 Master Thesis

 6

 

 VPTH 221

 Biology and Husbandry of 

 Laboratory Animals

 2  COI(2)  2
 VPTH 222

 Veterinary Necropsy

 2  COI(2)  2
 VPTH 223

 Histology

 2  VPTH 122 or COI(2)  2
 VPTH 224

 Clinical Biochemistry

 2  VPTH 123 or COI(1)  1
 VPTH 225.1

 Comparative Pathology

 2  VPTH 222 and VPTH 223  1
 VPTH 226

 Pathology of Microbial Infections

 2  VMCB 223 and VMCB 224  1, 2
 VPTH 227

 Pathology of Parasitic Infections

 2  VPTH 223 and VPAR 132  1, 2
 VPTH 291

 Special Topics in Veterinary Pathology

 1

 VPTH 223 and VPTH 225.1

 and VPTH 225.2

 1, 2
 VPTH 299

 Seminar in Veterinary Pathology

 1

 VPTH 223 and VPTH 225.1

 and VPTH 225.5 or COI (1, 2)

 VPH 222

 Microbial and Parasitic Zoonoses

 3

 VPH 122 or COI

 1
 VPH 223

 Veterinary Epidemiological

 Investigation of Foodborne Diseases

 2

 VPH 222 or COI

 

 1, 2
 VPH 224

 Veterinary Public Health

 Considerations in Foods  of Animal Origin

 2

 VPH 222 or COI

 

 1, 2
 VPH 227

 Advanced Epidemiology

 2

 COI

 1
 VPH 228

 Environmental Sanitation in Animal Industries

 2  COI

 

 1
 VPH 291

 

 1  COI  1, 2
 VPH 299

 Graduate Seminar in Veterinary Public Health

 1  VPH 292  1, 2
 VPH 300

 Master's Thesis

 6

 

Faculty Info

Faculty Information

          Name

 Date of Birth  (MM/DD/YY

 Highest Educational  Attainment

  Faculty Rank

                    Specialization

Baldrias, Loinda R.               

3/25/1957

PhD

Professor

Food Microbiology and Public Health Isolation of food bacterial contaminants

Baticados, Waren N.             

5/30/1975

PhD

Associate Professor

Veterinary Protozoology

Divina, Billy P.

9/27/1966

MSVt

Associate Professor

Veterinary Helminthology

Eduardo, Salcedo L.

9/11/1947

PhD

Professor

Veterinary Parasitology, Systematic Helminthology

Marte, Benjamin Reuel G

8/14/1967

MSVt

Associate Professor

Clinical Pathology

Masangkay, Joseph S.             

10/2/1947

PhD

Professor

Comparative Pathology

Molina, Helen A.                            

4/6/1950

MSVt

Professor

Pathophysiology

Padilla, Mildred A.

11/4/1955

PhD

Professor

Veterinary Public health, Epidemiology, Preventive Veterinary Medicine

Rovira, Hope G.

9/1/1956

MSVt

Assistant Professor

Microbiology and Immunology

Sanchez, Romeo E.

11/1/1969

PhD

Associate Professor

Virology (Bacteriology and Virology) and Immunology and Swine Medicine


Contact Info

Contact Information

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