Department of Veterinary Studies

The Department of Veterinary Studies handles the offering of graduate courses in Veterinary Science in collaboration with the various Departments of the College, and of the Graduate School of the University. It is headed by a Department Chair that serve as liaison officer collaborating with other Departments and Units of the University in the conduct of graduate instruction and research.

Department of Animal Management

The Department of Animal Management is an interdisciplinary department that provides instructions in Animal Science and Husbandry courses in collaboration with the faculty of the Department of Animal Science of the College of Agriculture. It also operates and maintains the Parks and Wildlife unit of the University that houses varied collections of indigenous Philippine wildlife, and laboratory animals as well. It is managed by Department Chair who serve as liaison officer collaborating with relevant Departments and Units in the University.

Department of Clinical Sciences

The Department of Clinical Sciences offers the clinical veterinary courses such as Medicine, Surgery, and Clinics. It operates and maintains the CLSU Animal Medical Center, the CVSM Cattle Dispersal Project, and in collaboration with the City Government of the Science City of Munoz Veterinary Office, it operates the Animal Control Facility.

Department of Pathobiology

The Department of Pathobiology offers the basic and clinical veterinary courses on Pathology (anatomic and clinical), Parasitology, Microbiology, Immunology, Virology, Epidemiology, Public Health. To date, three (3) of its core faculty members have been recognized by the Philippines Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA), the Veterinary Practitioners Association (VPAP) (an affiliate organization of the PVMA), and the Philippine Society of Animal Science (PSAS) for their exemplary contributions in the field of veterinary education.

Department of Morphophysiology and Pharmacology

The Department of Morphophysiology offers the basic veterinary courses such as Anatomy (Gross and Microscopic), Physiology, including Pharmacology. It also develops and maintains the Veterinary Teaching Museum that houses varied collections of preserved specimens.