Pre-Veterinary Medicine (Concentration)

The majority of pre-medical students major in biology or chemistry with a concentration in pre-medical studies.

However, most veterinary schools do not require a bachelor's degree before admission provided that all the courses in the pre-medical studies concentration have been completed. This concentration represents the minimum course work needed for application to most veterinary schools and provides the background needed before taking the GRE entrance exam. The concentration does not constitute a major. Students interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree must elect a major from those offered by the university.

 

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