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Distance Education: Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Forensic Sciences

MS Degree Concentration in Veterinary Forensic Sciences

The University of Florida’s online Master of Science in Veterinary Forensic Sciences offers convenient online courses for working professionals. Earn your master’s degree in veterinary forensic science in as little as 2 years. This 30-credit master’s degree program includes collaborative online courses with flexible scheduling. UF’s online MS in veterinary forensic sciences is valuable for many career fields including veterinary care, criminal justice, shelter medicine, law enforcement, forensic investigation, and animal control.

Veterinary Forensic Sciences Graduate Certificate

 

 

Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Forensic Sciences

The online graduate certificate in veterinary forensic sciences is a great option to gain credentials and learn more about this growing field. Consisting of 15 credits, the graduate certificate is available completely online. This graduate certificate can also be a first step toward UF’s online MS in veterinary forensic sciences. All credits earned with a grade higher than a B- are transferable if you decide to pursue your master’s degree later and if accepted.

Veterinary Forensic Sciences Graduate Certificate

 

 

Continuing Education Credits in Veterinary Forensic Sciences

The Maples Center for Forensic Medicine currently offers recorded sessions of conferences and workshops for continuing education credits.  These courses consist of videos, a self assessment, and a printable certificate of completion.  These credits are not for academic credit and will not transfer to either the graduate certificate or the MS degree concentration.  There is no instructor interaction.  This content is designed for working professionals needing CE credits for training, certifications, and license renewal and are independent of the academic coursework for degree and certificate programs.

Veterinary Forensic Sciences Graduate Certificate