Help ensure the health of animals.
The pre-veterinary advising track at Stevenson provides students with a strong foundation in the sciences and opportunities to develop skills that ensure animal health and well-being. As a result of completing this program, students will have a broad understanding of the field and a better chance of securing admission to veterinary school.
Please note: Students identifying a pre-veterinary medicine advising track will also declare an academic major. Students do not earn a “Pre-veterinary medicine” degree. Students are encouraged to investigate the many majors that Stevenson has to offer across our six degree granting schools. Students unsure of their academic major should consult with a Deciding advisor in the Office of Student Success or utilize career exploration resources available through Career Services.
Stevenson is proud of its recent graduates and what they have accomplished. Their success is reflected in the places where they have progressed to study veterinary medicine, such as those listed below:
- Michigan State University
- University of Tennessee
- Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
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