Our pre-veterinary medicine program provides undergraduate students with relevant coursework to help them prepare for a career in veterinary medicine.
Students seeking to apply to a College of Veterinary Medicine should major in biology or chemistry. Completion of courses in biology, chemistry,mathematics, and physics will help prepare students for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) or Veterinary College Admission Test (VCAT). In order to be accepted into most Veterinary Medical Schools an applicant must have completed 90 semester hours of college work. Specific course requirements vary from school to school.
South Carolina does not have a Veterinary School; therefore, South Carolina residents must attend an out-of-state Veterinary school. However, students maybe considered in-state residents for tuition purposes at the University of Georgia, Tuskegee University (Alabama), and Mississippi State University.
Students should consider the following courses in preparation for application to Vet school.
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