Internship Mission Statement:
The mission of the Small Animal Clinical Sciences internship program at Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is to create a confident, experienced, and marketable veterinarian who will have the very best chance to be accepted into a residency program, graduate degree program, or associate veterinarian position of his or her choice.
Most of our interns who pursue a residency or specialized internship do so successfully. Those who enter into the private sector are highly sought after and report feeling confident in their practical veterinary medical skills upon completion of the program. To achieve our mission, we ensure that our interns receive hands-on clinical training, ample primary case responsibility, and a consistent didactic learning program, and that they are taught the highest and most up-to-date quality of veterinary medicine from specialists and seasoned veterinarians. As a Texas A&M small animal rotating intern, you will be exposed to numerous specialties and will work side-by-side with experts in their fields. We emphasize that our senior faculty will be present on the clinic floor challenging interns to improve their practice as well as serving as invaluable resources for case management.
All faculty, residents, and specialty interns present on the clinical floor will support the small animal rotating internship to provide a teaching experience on every case. Board-certified faculty members in direct support of the program include internists, cardiologists, oncologists, neurologists, anesthesiologists, criticalists, radiologists, surgeons, general and emergency medicine practitioners, dermatologists, ophthalmologists, radiation oncologists and a dentist. You can learn about the teaching hospital and clinical faculty by visiting the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) page.
You can learn more about our team here.
Interested candidates can contact us by email with any questions.