These are the classes that Cory has been taking this semester...only one more month of classes left, and he will be in 7th semester!
Small Animal Surgery - (6 Credits)
An introduction to surgery of the dog and cat, with emphasis on basic principles of asepsis, tissue handling, and surgical skills. In the laboratory, students perform surgical procedures which are common in small animal practice.
Small Animal Medicine 2 - (5 Credits)
The study of diseases of the urinary system, followed by common diseases of the eye, skin, endocrine and gastrointestinal systems in dogs and cats. Etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, and therapy are emphasized.
Large Animal Medicine 1 - (5 Credits)
The course focuses on the examination of and diagnosis of diseases of relevance to the horse. The etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical signs, clinical pathology, diagnosis, therapy, and control of diseases of horses are discussed.
Practice Management & Jurisprudence - (2 Credits)
The course introduces ethics and law, with emphasis on government regulations and business management relating to veterinary practice. Also covered are resume preparation, interviewing, evaluating and selecting a first position, and public corporate career opportunities.