Your career as a veterinarian starts here at UND.
Animals, like humans, need medical treatment and disease prevention. If you’re interested in healthcare for animals, take a look at UND’s Pre-Veterinary Medicine Program that prepares you for veterinary school. Start with a degree in biology to help complete the prerequisite coursework for veterinary school, and get a head start on your medical career.
- Program type:
- Pre-Professional Program
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
Why Study Pre-Veterinary Medicine at UND?
Pre-Veterinary medicine is not a major, but a recommended curriculum that you will follow with the help of an academic advisor within the UND College of Arts & Sciences. An undergraduate major in biology is recommended, and we'll make sure it satisfies the prerequisite classes required by veterinary schools. A few required classes are:
- Chemistry/Organic Chemistry
- Animal Anatomy
- Animal Physiology
- Cell Biology
This program is not a major. See the Pre-Veterinary Medicine program information for requirements and steps needed to join.