2001-2003 Academic Catalog
2003-2005 Academic Catalog
Application for admission to a veterinary school is normally made during the senior year of college. To be eligible for admission, students must complete a series of specific prerequisite courses as part of their undergraduate program at St. Catherine's. While prerequisite requirements vary in detail, all emphasize course work in the natural sciences. However, because veterinary schools do not require a specific academic major for admission, students may complete these prerequisite course as part of an undergraduate program that includes any major of their choosing.
The prerequisite courses that are often required for admission to veterinary school include:
BIOL 121, 122 General Biology
BIOL 290 Genetics
BIOL 321 Biology of Microorganisms
CHEM 111, 112 General Chemistry
CHEM 201, 202 Organic Chemistry
CHEM 440 Biochemistry
PHYS 108, 109 Physics for the Health Sciences or 111, 112 Introductory Physics
English Composition (2 courses)
College Algebra, Precalculus, or Calculus (1 course)
For further information, contact Dr. Cindy Norton of the Biology Department.
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