Veterinary Science and Public Health
The veterinary science and public health department offers a rigorous, scientific curriculum designed to challenge students and empower them for their chosen vocations.
Pre-veterinary medicine is a non-degree program which prepares students for entry into veterinary school for a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree. The program is designed so that successful students may apply for early admission to schools of veterinary medicine. Because course requirements differ with individual schools, students should familiarize themselves with requirements for the schools where they plan to seek enrollment.
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|Number of eligible first-time candidates taking the VTNE||50|
|Three-year average pass rate for first-time test takers on the VTNE based on a July 1st – June 30th reporting||46%|