Veterinary Medicine professionals are essential in safeguarding animal health, promoting animal welfare, and preventing the spread of zoonotic diseases. They play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of both domestic animals and wildlife.

Areas of Work:

  • Clinical Practice: Diagnosing and treating illnesses in animals in a clinical setting.
  • Livestock Management: Advising on the health and well-being of farm animals.
  • Wildlife Conservation: Contributing to the health and conservation of wildlife species.
  • Research and Disease Control: Conducting research and implementing disease control measures.

Educational Requirements:

  1. Advanced Level (ACSEE):
    • Obtain a certificate with passes in relevant subjects, including Biology and Chemistry.
  2. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM):
    • Pursue a DVM degree at a recognized veterinary school, such as SUA.
  3. Clinical Training:
    • Engage in clinical rotations and practical training to gain hands-on experience.
  4. Licensing and Registration:

Obtain professional licensing and registration from relevant veterinary authorities.