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Veterinary medicine program pre-requisites and electives

 The common science/math pre-requisite classes that are required by most veterinary programs include:

  1. One year of Anatomy and Physiology (BIOS 105 and 106 – 10  credits or BIOS 300 and BIOS 341 – 7 credits)
  2. One year of Biology (BIOS 101  and 102 – 8 credits total)
  3. One year of Chemistry (CHEM 101 and 102 – 10 credits total)
  4. One year of Organic Chemistry (CHEM 321, 322, and 323 – 11 credits total)
  5. One year of Physics (PHYS 105 and 106 – 10 credits total)
  6. One semester of Biochemistry (BIOS 307 – 3 credits)
  7. One semester of Physiology (BIOS 341 – 3 credits)
  8. One semester of Microbiology (BIOS 303 – 4 credits)

Other classes you may want to consider taking as electives to help prepare you for veterinary school include:

  • Vertebrate Zoology (BIOS 318 – 4 credits)
  • Animal Behavior (BIOS 340 – 4 credits)
  • Developmental Biology (BIOS 317 – 3 credits)

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