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Course Schedule and Fees

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  • The VPMP curriculum is organized into four modules, making it convienent for busy veterinary professionals.
  • Modules are spaced out over six months, starting in September and ending in February.
  • Participants are enrolled in a "cohort" taking the modules as a group, learning together and forming a long-lasting support network. The modules are scheduled in a sequence that is most advantageous to the participants, beginning with human resources and concluding with strategic thinking.


The on-campus modules take place on Purdue's West Lafayette, Indiana campus over a 3-day period, followed by a 90-minute virtual office hours session for you to work directly with the instructor to help apply the concepts to your work after you've returned home. The faculty members from all four courses will be available during both on-campus modules to help draw connections between topics and create an actionable plan to take back to your practice. The online modules are made up of four 90-minute synchronous sessions plus 8 hours of synchronous classes over a two-day weekend. 

Developing and Leading Your Veterinary Team (on-campus)

Marketing and Social Media for Your Veterinary Clinic (online)

Veterinary Practice Financials: Learning Where to Start (online)

Strategic Thinking: Creating a Plan for Loyalty and Growth (on-campus)

To learn more about the schedule or enrolling in a cohort, email

Program Fees

You may sign up for the four-module program for $6,995. 

Contact for more information.

Applicable Reduced Rates

Purdue University alumni and Purdue Veterinary Medicine staff, faculty and students qualify for reduced rates. Please contact Brian Grimes at either 765-494-1554 or for more information. Also, past participants can repeat any module for a special alumni rate.

Alumni Referral

If you've completed the VPMP program in the past and would like to refer a colleague, please complete our alumni referral form. Individuals referred through a professional development alum receive a 10% scholarship toward their own program fees.