The University of St. Thomas Pre-Veterinary Program is designed to prepare students for entry into veterinary school.
Pre-Veterinary is a rigorous science- and math-based program that can be combined with any major. It is important to note that the Pre-Veterinary Program is not a major but rather a program consisting of 66 credit hours of science and math courses and 12 credit hours of English and communications. These courses serve as the prerequisites for applying to veterinary school.
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How to Get Started
Your journey begins in your first year by talking to your Academic Advisor about your interest in the veterinary profession and meeting with a pre-health professions advisor. All students in the program will declare a major, take pre-veterinary courses and participate in the core curriculum.
Pre-Health Professions Advisors
The pre-health professions advisors assist students in tandem with their major advisor. The pre-health professions advisor informs the student of prerequisite courses, admissions test dates and application deadlines. As students prepare their application the pre-health professions advisor provides workshops, application feedback and letters of evaluation for application to veterinary school.