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Possible Four-Year Program

Here is an example of a possible four-year undergraduate program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.  There are many other options that will satisfy the requirements for colleges of veterinary medicine.  However, all options are full and academically challenging.  The College requires 122 credit hours to graduate with a B.S. degree. In addition to the College and Department requirements, 2 credits of Physical Education(PE) are also required within the 122 credit hours.

FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester
Chem 31 (4 credits)
CALS 001 (3 credits)
Math 19 (3 credits)
ASCI 001 (4 credits)
Total Credits:                   14

Spring Semester
Chem 32 (4 credits)
BCOR 12 or Biol 002 (4 credits)
ASCI 43 (3 credits)
CALS 002 (3 credits)
Math 20 (3 credits)
Total Credits:                  17

SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall Semester
BCOR 11 or Biol 001 (4 credits)
Chem 141 (4 credits)
Social Sci (3 credits)
ASCI electrive (3 credits)
Diversity --1 (3 credits)
Total Credits:                  17

Spring Semester
ASCI 110 (4 credits)
Chem 142 (4 credits)
ASCI 122 (3 credits)
Engl 001 (3 credits)
ASCI 281 (1 credit)
Total Credits:                  15

JUNIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
ASCI 141 (4 credits)
Phys 11/21 (5 credits)
Engl 50 (3 credits)
Diversity--2 (3 credits)
PE (1 credit)
Total Credits:                  16

Spring Semester
Phys 12/22 (5 credits)
BCOR 101 (3 credits)
Statistics (3 credits)
Humantities (3 credits)
PE (1 credit)
Total Credits:                  15

SENIOR YEAR
Fall Semester
MMG 101 (4 credits)
PBIO 201/202 (4 credits)
Clin Vet Med (3 credits)
Elective (3-4 credits)
CDAE 166 (3 credits)
Total Credits:               16-17

Spring Semester
ASCI 200 (3-4 credits)
Electives (10-14 credits)
Total Credits                14-18

Work with your advisor to develop a program, which is academically sound, meets your needs, and meets the requirements of veterinary colleges to which you may apply.

Also you may make an appointment with the Department Chair (656-0155) if you have further questions about your program or admission to veterinary school.

Applying to Vet School
Additional Pre-Vet /Pre-Professional Info.
Veterinary Medicine - Type of Careers

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