About the Major

If you’re interested in veterinary school, we encourage you to major in zoology or chemistry and to work closely with the pre-veterinary medicine advisor. The Pre-Veterinary Program.

 

Requirements imposed by the nation’s 28 veterinary schools are generally more variable and more extensive than those required by schools of human medicine and dentistry. Most students will be best served by choosing a major in pre-professional zoology rather than the interdepartmental pre-medicine/dentistry major. It is essential that interested students contact the pre-veterinary advisor during the freshman or sophomore year so that course sequences can be tailored to the intended veterinary school’s requirements. In addition to course selection, students need to plan to prepare for the MCAT or the Graduate Record Examination taken in the junior or senior year, and to gain experience working with animals.

It is essential that you contact the pre-veterinary advisor during your freshman or sophomore year so you can tailor course sequences to your intended veterinary school’s requirements. In addition to course selection, you need to plan to prepare for the MCAT or the Graduate Record Examination, taken in your junior or senior year, and to gain experience working with animals.

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Graduate Outcomes

Jimmy Johnson '08

Jimmy majored in Chemistry and Zoology at OWU, and he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ohio State University. Now he is pursuing a combined master’s program and veterinary clinical residency in zoological and aquatic animal medicine at the University of Illinois.

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Program Contact Info

Location

344 Schimmel/Conrades Science Center
Ohio Wesleyan University
Delaware, OH 43015
P 740-368-3893
E racarren@owu.edu

Program Contact

Director: Ramon Carreno
740-368-3893
racarren@owu.edu