Education

Academic Departments

Leading the way in teaching and research

We have seven departments at the CVM, each with a remarkable breadth and depth of expertise in their specialties and disciplines. The volume and variety of what you can learn and explore here is incredible. So go ahead, forge ahead on your journey at the UGA CVM!

Departments

Department of Infectious Diseases

Improving health through technology and education

Department of Large Animal Medicine

Ensuring a bright future for horses, cattle and other farm animals

Department of Pathology

Laying the foundation for veterinary medicine

Department of Physiology and Pharmacology

Exploring the living organism and the effects of drugs and toxins

Department of Population Health

Dedicated to the health and management of populations of animals

Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery

Caring for cats, dogs, exotic animals and wildlife through education, service, and research

Veterinary Biosciences and Diagnostic Imaging

Education, training, and service in anatomy, radiology, and clinical behavioral medicine

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