B.S. in Equine Pre-Veterinary/Pre-Graduate Studies

This major provides a unique opportunity for all pre-veterinary medicine students, including those interested in other species, to work with horses at our Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science, producing horse-experienced veterinary students. In addition to fulfilling the specific requirements for entry into a graduate or veterinary program, students study the horse in depth, one body system at a time, learning about the normal anatomy and physiology, diseases and disorders, current diagnostic modalities, treatments, prognosis and prevention.

Students graduate from the program with a knowledge base that serves them well in future veterinary courses across species. Courses in Farrier Science are also offered, as well as many undergraduate research opportunities.

Bachelor of Science in Equine Pre-Veterinary/Pre Graduate Medicine Curriculum (PDF)

Is Equine Preveterinary Medicine / Pregraduate Studies a good fit for you?

Sheri Birmingham, DVM – Chair of the Department of Equine Science and The Preveterinary Program Adviser shares more reasons to choose the Equine Pre-veterinary Medicine / Pre-graduate Studies major.

Is Equine Pre-Veterinary Medicine A Good Fit For You? (PDF)