VDMP 851 - Veterinary Virology
Morphology, biology, and classification of viruses and their relation to the causes of disease.
Veterinary Virology is a 3 credit lecture course that is designed for veterinary students in the second year of the professional curriculum. The course provides basic and fundamental knowledge on the classification, pathogenesis, and diagnosis of viral pathogens affecting common veterinary species, including ovine, caprine, feline, canine, equine, bovine, avian, and porcine species. In addition, the course is designed to provide adequate knowledge and training for veterinarians in practice on the prevention and management of these viral diseases.
Two hours recitation and three hours lab a week.
Prerequisite: VDMP 817.
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