College of Veterinary Medicine, NPUST

Educational programs


In addition to doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) program, the CVM offers three master degree and one PhD degree programs. The curriculum is enriched by our excellent teaching and research facilities including Animal Teaching Hospital, Animal Disease Diagnostic Center, Animal Vaccines and Adjuvant Research Center, and Pingtung Wildlife Rescue Center.



Academic Programs



Veterinary Medicine

Animal Vaccine Technology


Wildlife Conservation











In 2015, a total of 30 faculty members (29 with Ph.D. degrees) including 8 professors, 9 associate professors and 13 assistant professors are employed by the College. There are 517 students enrolled in the five-year, DVM program, 108 graduate students in Master’s programs and 21 graduate students in Ph.D. program.  Residency programs also are offered to DVMs seeking advanced training in clinical veterinary specialties.