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Comprehensively form graduates in Veterinary Medicine and Zootechny through the application of methods, techniques and procedures of these disciplines, to the systems of animal reproduction and veterinary medicine; to contribute in the solution of medical and livestock problems of animal species in the agricultural environment in a sustainable fashion and contribute in public health.

Enrollment profile

The applicant to the program must have a high school, baccalaureate or equivalent degree and must prove knowledge, skills in appreciation and care for animals, tending their health, food it consumes and the environment around them; and values such as respect, commitment, social responsibility, honesty, ethics and search for truth; reading and comprehension and writing diverse kinds of texts.


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Study Plan:

The study plan (2015) includes 52 learning units with a total of 274 credits. Its modality is a credit system (areas: general, basic, common, disciplinary basic, deepening and complementary); the school periods are semiannual; and the entry promotion is annual (August).

  • First Enrollment
  • Introduction to Veterinary Medicine and Zootechny
  • Self-learning and Professional communication
  • Veterinary Biochemistry
  • Animal Behavior & Welfare
  • Anatomy of domestic animal I
  • Gral Optional I
  • General Area activities
  • Second Enrollment
  • General Zootechny
  • Veterinary statistics
  • Animal physiology
  • Veterinary Histology and Embryology
  • Anatomy of domestic animal II
  • Gral. Optional II
  • General Area activities
  • Third Enrollment
  • Natural Resources Handling
  • Animal Genetics
  • Veterinary Bioethics
  • Bacterian Disease, Micology and Bacteriology
  • Gral. Optional III
  • General Area activities
  • Fourth Enrollment
  • Handling of meadows and grasslands
  • Parasitology and Parasitary disease
  • Veterinarian Immunology
  • Virology & Viral Diseases
  • Veterinary pathology I
  • Gral. Optional IV
  • General Area activities
  • Fifth Enrollment
  • Animal nutrition and bromatology
  • Agricultural extension
  • Veterinary pharmacology
  • Propadeutic veterinary
  • Veterinary pathology II
  • Gral. Optional V
  • General Area activities
  • Sixth Enrollment
  • Livestock Produce Transformation
  • Production optional 1
  • Production optional 2
  • Veterinary surgery and surgical techniques
  • Preventinve medicine and public health
  • Gral. Optional VI
  • General area activties
  • Seventh Enrollment
  • Clinical Optional 1
  • Clinical Optional 2
  • Production Optional 3
  • Production Optional 4
  • Gral. Optional 7
  • General Area activities
  • Complementary area activities
  • Eighth Enrollment
  • Epidemiology
  • Deepening optional 1
  • Clinical Optional 3
  • Clinical Optional 4
  • Deepening Optional 2
  • Complementary area activities
  • Ninth Enrollment
  • Inspection, certification and tipification of products of animal origin
  • Research seminar
  • Agricultural business management
  • Formulation & Evaluation of Agricultural projects
  • Deepening optional 3
  • Complementary area activities
  • Tenth Enrollment
  • Productuve Units Stay
Offered in:

Campus Irapuato-Salamanca, Life Sciences Division (DICIVA)
Location Irapuato
Address: Ex Hacienda El Copal k.m. 9; carretera Irapuato-Silao; A.P. 311; C.P. 36500; Irapuato, Gto.
Phone: +52 01 (462) 624 18 89



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Guanajuato, Gto., México

Tel: +52 (473)  732 00 06

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