Topics in Aquatic Animal Health – VME 6938/VEM5931 (Fall and Spring semesters, 1 credit, max: 4(VME) 3(VEM), letter grade(VME) pass/fail(VEM), UF students) The class meets once a week and is in the format of presentation/discussion by students of selected articles relating to aquatic animal health, including both vertebrates and invertebrates. It also includes attendance to the monthly Aquatic Animal Health seminar series. For registration contact Dr. Larkin.
SeaVet Clinical Training (next class 2016, available for UF and non-UF students) is an intensive nine day course in the summer semester designed to teach veterinary medical students and veterinarians through didactic lecture, case-based problem-solving and practical experience. Additional fees apply. Click on link for more information about this course.
Diseases of Warmwater Fish (next class 2016, available for UF students) This course is open to graduate and veterinary students, veterinarians, fisheries biologists, aquaculturists, and professional aquarists. For more information contact Dr. Ruth Francis-Floyd
Advanced Fish Medicine (Spring semester, UF students). For registration contact Dot McColskey.
Marine Mammal Medicine – VEM5377 (Fall semester, UF students). For registration contact Dot McColskey.
Distance Learning Courses
For more information on AAH online courses please visit our Distance Education webpage. Our courses are available in different formats to meet the needs of tradational students (undergraduate, graduate, and veterinary) as well as professionals (CE credit for DVMs in Florida as well as general continuing education).
- Aquatic Wildlife Health Issues (Spring semester)
- Manatee Health and Conservation (Summer semester)
- Aquatic Animal Conservation Issues (Fall semester)