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Online Graduate Certificate in Wildlife Forensic Sciences

The Maples Center for Forensic Medicine, University of Florida College of Medicine has announced a new online Graduate Certificate Program in Wildlife Forensic Sciences. This program was designed as a […]

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Online Veterinary Forensic Sciences Graduate Certificate

The graduate certificate program in Veterinary Forensic Sciences is comprised of five 3-credit courses and is provided by the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine in partnership with the […]

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Online Veterinary Forensic Sciences MS Degree Concentration

Building on the core of veterinary forensic science courses offered in the Graduate Certificate Program, the online MS concentration in Veterinary Forensic Sciences is comprised of numerous courses in which […]

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The online forensic medicine graduate programs and continuing education courses at the University of Florida provide students with the latest training in the field veterinary and wildlife forensic medical sciences. These innovative programs are an extension of UF academic excellence beyond the boundaries of our traditional campus delivered at a distance and available across the nation and around the world. Whether you are a student or a working professional looking to specialize in growing field, these flexible programs can help you meet your goals without having to sacrifice your commitments to your family or current job by relocating to attend an on campus program.

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