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The pre-veterinary medicine program in the College of Agriculture benefits students working toward admission to veterinary school. Students work with a faculty advisor to find the best classes for their individual needs. While fulfilling the pre-vet curriculum, students can take additional courses to apply their skills.
The College of Veterinary Medicine does not offer a Bachelor of Science degree. The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine is awarded following the successful completion of a minimum of 64 hours in pre-professional requirements and four years in the professional curriculum.
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture-Veterinary Medicine (BVMA): College of Agriculture students admitted into a College of Veterinary Medicine without a Bachelor of Science degree will be granted a bachelor’s of Veterinary Medicine after successfully completing two years of the professional program.
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