Pre-Veterinary Medicine (Agriculture)

College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
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Animal and Veterinary Sciences, B.S. (Pre-Veterinary Concentration)

Degree Concentration

Animal and Veterinary Sciences, B.S. (Pre-Veterinary Concentration)

Who Would be Interested in Pre-Veterinary Medicine (Agriculture)?

Students who:

  • Enjoy working with animals to make them healthy
  • Enjoy the outdoors and want to be connected to nature
  • Are interested in a field with a good job outlook
  • Prefer to have hands-on experience along with solid academic training

Why Pre-Veterinary Medicine (Agriculture)?

  • High acceptance rate into Veterinary school programs
  • Internships available with local veterinarians
  • Department faculty committed to the professional growth and development of students
  • Small classes, family atmosphere

What Are the Requirements to be Admitted to the Program?

Students may select Pre-Veterinary Medicine upon applying to the university.

Where Are Recent Graduates Employed?

  • Attending Veterinary School at Auburn University
  • Owner-Operator of private veterinary practice for both small and large animals

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Are There Scholarship Opportunities?

  • Agriculture Alumni Scholarship
  • Dwight G. Barkley Scholarship
  • Bige Isaacs Memorial Scholarship
  • Charles C. & Betty C. Combs Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • Glenn W. Hayes Endowed Scholarship
  • Cecil B. and Hazel S. Clark Memorial Endowed Scholarship
  • Agriculture Department Farm Credit Freshman Scholarship
  • Madison County Home Tobacco Scholarship
  • Michael Judge Scholarship