Emily Dae Anderson of DVM/MPH prgoram

DVM/Master of Public Health Program 

The DVM/MPH is a dual degree program designed to prepare veterinary students for a career in public health, or to better apply the principles of epidemiology and public health to more traditional forms of practice or research.

Faculty member with students and dog

DVM/MS in Lab Animal Medicine

The DVM/MS in Lab Animal Medicine program is designed to provide highly motivated veterinary students with basic training in laboratory animal medicine and animal resource management in conjunction with their quality DVM training at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University.

Emerson Tuttle and Philip Allen
DVM/MA with Tufts University Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy

The DVM/MA with Fletcher School provides an opportunity for a limited number of qualified students seeking the doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) degree to earn the one-year master of arts (MA) degree at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, the finest school of its kind in the world.

Student at microscope
DVM/PhD with Tufts University Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences

The DVM/PhD with Sackler School provides an opportunity for a limited number of highly qualified students to pursue the doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) degree and the doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree simultaneously over approximately seven years. Through the dual-degree program, students receive rigorous training in a basic science research discipline, as well as full academic and clinical training as a veterinarian.

Student working in lab
DVM/PhD with the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester

This dual degree program between Cummings School and the University of Massachusetts Medical Center provides an opportunity for a limited number of highly qualified students to pursue the doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) degree and the doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree simultaneously over approximately seven years. Through the dual-degree program, students receive rigorous training in a basic science research discipline, as well as full academic and clinical training as a veterinarian.