All students in the PreVeterinary Medicine Program must declare a primary major.
*Please note: The following is based on a student taking the GRE (or other appropriate standardized test) and applying to veterinary school the summer BEFORE their final year at SUNY Oneonta, and that the student will graduate in four years. If a student wishes to take a bridge year, or take a different undergraduate path, coursework plans can change accordingly. Individual student plans may vary depending on when the student hopes to enter veterinary school and what primary major is chosen. As a result, each student should work with their primary major advisor and their prehealth advisor to establish their own personalized schedule.
*Electives & Veterinary School Selection: The courses listed above satisfy the courses required for admission by the great majority of American veterinary schools and will provide a strong foundation for entrance exam preparation. Additional courses are recommended but not required, and depend on specific Veterinary School education programs. Students should review information regarding the veterinary schools to which they intend to apply for further information regarded recommended electives.
*PreVeterinary Student Advising: Students in the PreHealth Professional Program should confer with advisors for their Primary Major and specific PreHealth Concentration, beginning at the time of admission to SUNY Oneonta. PreHealth related questions should be directed to Ms. Tami LaPilusa, PreHealth Professions Program Coordinator at SUNY Oneonta. email: Tami.LaPilusa@oneonta.edu
Entrance Exams & Requirements for Veterinary School
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