If your future includes working with animals in a health-related capacity, the Pre-Vet learning community is a great way to start your undergraduate experience!
You will live in Abel Hall and take introductory science courses necessary for veterinary and similar careers.
You will also be invited to learn about opportunities to apply your skills in situations like Education Abroad and to visit local veterinary practices and, potentially, veterinary schools in nearby states.
|Open To:||First-year students intending to pursue a career in veterinary science|
|Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resource Systems (AGRI 103)|
|Fundamentals of Biology I & Lab (LIFE 120 & 120L)|
|Major-appropriate “101” course such as Introduction to Animal Health Careers (VBMS 101)|
|Fundamentals of Biology II & Lab (LIFE 121 & 121L)|
Dr. Michael P. Carlson
Assistant Professor of Practice,
School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences