Pre-Veterinary Medicine Program
Pre-veterinary medicine is a pre-professional track that consists of courses in biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics which are required for admission consideration by Veterinary Medicine schools. Veterinary schools do not require specific majors, such as biology or chemistry, the requirements may be added to any major. For some majors, this may add extra time to complete all academic requirements. You should learn as much as you can about the veterinary medicine programs you wish to apply to and work with the UCBA advising office to select the best classes.
Where It Will Take You
Veterinary medicine requires additional schooling beyond a baccalaureate degree. Competition to enter these professional schools is keen, and because significant time and expense are involved, students are encouraged to plan for alternative careers as back up plans.
Pre-veterinary medicine is not a major but a pre-professional track that consists of courses required to be considered for admission to Veterinary Medicine schools. In Ohio, the only program is offered at The Ohio State University. Students should consult OSU's website for the most current requirements.
UC Blue Ash Advising Center
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