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Health / Health Care Administration / Management

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Community Health and Preventive Medicine

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Registered Nursing / Registered Nurse

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Nursing Practice

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Nursing Administration

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Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursin

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Health and Wellness, General

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Nuclear Medical Technology / Technologist

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Medical Radiologic Technology / Science - Radiation Therapist

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Physician Assistant

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Clinical Laboratory Science / Medical Technology / Technologist

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Environmental Health

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Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other

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Marriage and Family Therapy / Counseling

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Mental Health Counseling / Counselor

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Medicine

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Medical Scientist

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Pharmacy

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Pharmacy Administration and Pharmacy Policy and Regulatory Affairs

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Pharmaceutics and Drug Design

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Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration, Other

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Public Health, General

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Health / Medical Physics

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Veterinary Medicine

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Veterinary Sciences / Veterinary Clinical Sciences, General

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Veterinary Pathology and Pathobiology

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Hospital and Health Care Facilities Administration / Management

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Health Information / Medical Records Administration / Administrator

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Medical Informatics

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Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Veterinarians work in small and/or large animal practices, public health agencies, research settings and a variety of other positions. While two years of pre-veterinary study (60 credits of course work) are the absolute minimum, some veterinary medical colleges give priority to applicants if they are a candidate for the baccalaureate degree.

Students may obtain excellent undergraduate preparation at UW Oshkosh by taking the appropriate coursework, which varies slightly depending upon the veterinary school in question. The pre-veterinary student must familiarize him or herself with each veterinary school's program for best results.

Acceptance into one of the 28 veterinary medical schools in the United States is extremely competitive. The student will need very high grades and should score well on the admission test required by the school. Veterinary medical schools require four years of professional training in order to receive the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree (D.V.M.). In Wisconsin, the veterinary medical school is located at the UW Madison. Wisconsin residents have a greater chance of being admitted to the UW Madison School of Veterinary Medicine than any other veterinary college. The following are suggested courses at UW Oshkosh for a student in the pre-veterinary program who ultimately plans to attend the UW Madison.

Campus Locations

University of Wisconsin Colleges

780 Regent St

Madison,

WI
53708

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

105 Garfield Avenue

Eau Claire,

WI
54702

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

2420 Nicolet Dr

Green Bay,

WI
54311

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

1725 State St

La Crosse,

WI
54601

University of Wisconsin-Madison

500 Lincoln Dr

Madison,

WI
53706

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

2200 E Kenwood Blvd

Milwaukee,

WI
53201

University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

800 Algoma Blvd

Oshkosh,

WI
54901

University of Wisconsin-Parkside

900 Wood Rd

Kenosha,

WI
53141

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

410 S 3rd St

River Falls,

WI
54022

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

2100 Main St

Stevens Point,

WI
54481

University of Wisconsin-Stout

712 S. Broadway St.

Menomonie,

WI
54751

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