Wednesday, February 4, 2009

University of Florida Launches ASPCA Forensics Program

Do you know someone in college that is totally lost and confused as to what they want to study, their career path unknown, BUT they love dogs, and they love animals?

On January 15, 2009, the University of Florida (UF) introduced their newest program: the Veterinary Science Forensic Program. UF has officially partnered up with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and in conjunction will dedicate the Veterinary Science Forensic program to teach, research, and learn about the application of forensic science in the investigation and prosecution of crimes against Animals.

How cool is this? I wish I could go back to school, although I don't know if my stomach could handle most of these cases. However, I am really excited about this program and its future and contribution to helping protect animals. :-)

If you know anyone studying this program at UF, please ask them to contact us. We would love to be kept abreast of this to share with all of you.

For more information on the program click here

What are your thoughts on this program? Should more schools do something like this? Let us know in the comments section!

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