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Largest COE Graduate Level Enrollment •EdS, PhD Adult and Community Education •MEd, PhD Higher Education Leadership •MEd, EdS, PhD School Leaders 1 Academic Program Serving: Graduate Students: 175 2015-16 CCEI Faculty: 12 (10T) 6 Academic Programs Serving: Graduate Students: 411 2015-16 ELRM Faculty: 19 (16T) There’s no better place to network, learn, and meet up with the friends and colleagues who make veterinary medicine so rewarding. Every four years, the COE assesses the standards of accreditation as a whole for ease and consistency of interpretation, and to review how each standard contributes to preparing graduates to work as veterinarians. Thank you very much for the courses you put out there for us to learn. The knowledge gained through these courses is invaluable. Related to this is the concern about the impact the accreditation of foreign veterinary schools could have on increasing the supply of entry-level veterinarians in the U.S. and depressing salaries in an already glutted market. Perhaps my favourite course so far because herbal medicine is hugely relevant today. I love the courses at Centre of Excellence! Allowed HTML tags:

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