Pre-Veterinary Medicine Transfer Degree Program
The suggested curriculum of courses for Pre-Veterinary Medicine is designed to ensure that the student both meets the admissions requirements and is on track to complete the bachelor's degree at a four-year institution. Students planning to apply to a college of veterinary medicine should check with that university and their advisor.
Most students who decide to major in Pre-Veterinary Medicine at a four-year institution will plan a course of study that will lead to an Associate in Science Degree.
|AGRI-170||Agriculture in Our Society||2|
|AGRI-172||Principles of Animal Science||3|
|AGRI-180||Animal Science and Industry||1|
|AGRI-290||Animal Nutrition and Feeding||4|
|AGRI-171||Principles of Ag Economics||4|
|AGRI-293||Principles of Meat Evaluation||3|
|CHEM-103||Principles of Chemistry I||5|
|CHEM-104||Principles of Chemistry II and Qualitative Analysis||5|
|PHYS-203||College Physics I||5|
|PHYS-204||College Physics II||5|
To complete an associate degree the program emphasis credit hours and the general education credit hours, which must be taken from the list approved by the General Education Committee, must total at least 64 credit hours.