Summer research fellowship, off-site training, and agricultural learning experiences beyond the curriculum
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North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE) results for WSU veterinary students
Accreditation – The AVMA Council on Education® (AVMA COE®) accredits DVM or equivalent educational programs. The AVMA COE assures that minimum standards in veterinary medical education are met by all AVMA-accredited colleges of veterinary medicine, and that students enrolled in those colleges receive an education which will prepare them for entry-level positions in the profession. The WSU College of Veterinary Medicine underwent accreditation review in 2017 and the current status is accredited. The next accreditation review will be in 2024.