Coursework is important in giving you the necessary academic and intellectual preparation for the rigors of veterinary study. It is therefore important to select courses that challenge your critical thinking abilities, and that give you the discipline to work in a challenging environment.
However, there are some courses that are required by different schools that you should take prior to admission into a veterinary program. While the requirements differ, the list below outlines the most common requirements of many veterinary programs:
Courses that are required by many programs:
Courses that are highly recommended:
In the opinion of our students who are in veterinary programs, these courses deliver content and provide academic rigor that are helpful in their veterinary studies
NOTE: when applying to different schools, check their admissions requirements carefully. For example, some schools require Molecular Bio, and some even ask for Molecular Bio II.