U. of Ariz. plans could include 3-year veterinary program

02/24/2013 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

Some at the University of Arizona, including College of Agriculture and Life Sciences dean and veterinarian Shane Burgess, want to institute a veterinary program that will fast-track promising students into a three-year, year-round veterinary curriculum. The hope is that such a program would alleviate some educational debt load and groom veterinarians for large-animal medicine.

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