Presently, the college is composed of three academic units and two affiliated units. The undergraduate program is clinically oriented, to meet our society's demands for quality veterinary clinicians by providing medical services to com companion animals and farm animals. Extra efforts are invested in specific research areas such as zoonotic studies, laboratory animal medicine, and molecular biology.

The faculty members of our college are grouped together depending on their field of specialization. This arrangement

has proven to be very efficient in terms of human and material resources for achieving a high standard of clinical teaching and collaborative research, in conjunction with the use of the facilities at the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital and the Animal Disease Diagnostic Center. We are dedicated to keeping a balance between basic sciences and clinical medicine so that our graduates will have abalanced education in veterinary science.

Besides training veterinarians, we also strive to raise