The Dog 3-Credit Online Course
This course is designed for students planning careers in Veterinary Medicine or Veterinary Technical Programs. Students that take the class will be introduced to a number of topics, including evolution, domestication, anatomy, role in society, physiology, and health of the dog.
While the Dog Class is offered through the University of Florida (UF), many students that take this class attend other Colleges and Universities. Many Colleges and Universities have slightly different schedules. In order to accommodate these different schedules, the class has been designed to be run in an asynchronous manner (i.e. students have weekly assignments, but do not need to log into the class at any specific time during the day.)
Students that successfully complete the class will learn about a number of different topics that will be covered in more detail in Veterinary School and Veterinary Technical Programs.
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Other ONLINe COURSES
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