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Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Core Requirements

Core coursework (link above) is required for all students regardless of curriculum pathway.  In addition, the following course is a required prerequisite:

*    This concentration is also relevant for Pre-Medical.
*    Courses in this concentration are not intended to specify Vet school or Med school application requirements

Biology requisites
One of the following
BIOMG 1350 - Cell and Developmental Biology (3 credits) BIOG    1440    Comparative Physiology (3 credits)
BIOG 1445 - Comparative Physiology (Individualized instruction format) (3 credits)

Lab:
BIOG 1500 - Investigative Biology Laboratory (2 credits)
 

Animal Physiology and Nutrition

Three of the following:
ANSC 3200 - Comparative Animal Nutrition and Toxicology: Horses, Dogs, Cats, and More (4 credits)
BIOAP 3300 - Fish Physiology (3 credits)    
ANSC 3400 - Comparative Mammalian Reproduction (2 credits)    
ANSC 3410 - Biology of the Mammary Gland in Health and Disease (2 credits)    
                       (offered in even- numbered years only)    
BIOAP 4270 - Fundamentals of Endocrinology (3 credits)    
ANSC 3920 - Mechanisms of Animal Growth and Development (2 credits)    
                        (offered in odd- numbered years only)  
ANSC4410 - Nutritional Physiology and Biochemistry (3 credits) 

Chemistry requisites
CHEM 2070 - General Chemistry I    (4 credits)    
CHEM 2080 - General Chemistry II (4 credits)    
CHEM 3570 - Organic Chemistry for the Life Sciences I    (3 credits)    
CHEM 3580 - Organic Chemistry for the Life Sciences II    (3 credits)    
CHEM 2510 - Introduction to Experimental Organic Chemistry    (2 credits)
 

Biochemistry requisites
Option 1:    BIOMG 3310 - Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins and Metabolism    (3 credits)
                   BIOMG 3320 - Principles of Biochemistry: Molecular Biology    (2 credits)
Option 2:   BIOMG 3300 - Principles of Biochemistry (Individualized instruction format)    (4 credits)

Quantitative Reasoning
One of the following
MATH 1106 - Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences (3 credits)
MATH 1110 - Calculus I (4 credits)
MATH 1710 - Statistical Theory and Application in the Real World (4 credits)
STSCI 2100 - Introductory Statistics (4 credits)
STSCI 2150 - Introductory Statistics for Biology (4 credits)
STSCI 2200 - Biological Statistics I (4 credits)


Life Sciences
Two of the following
ANSC 3700 - Immunology in Animal Health and Disease (3 credits)
BIOMI 2900 - General Microbiology Lectures (3 credits)
BIOMI 2911 - General Microbiology Laboratory (3 credits)
BIOAP 3110 - Principles of Animal Physiology (3 credits)
BIOAP 3190 - Laboratory in Physiology (4 credits)
BIOAP 4130 - Histology: The Biology of the Tissues (4 credits)

Physics requisites
Option 1:    PHYS 1101 - General Physics I (Individualized instruction format) (4 credits)
                   PHYS 1102 - General Physics II (Individualized instruction format) (4 credits)

Option 2:    PHYS 2207  - Fundamentals of Physics I (Calculus-based) (4 credits)
                    PHYS 2208 - Fundamentals of Physics II (Calculus-based) (4 credits)    

Option 3:    PHYS 1112 -  Physics I: Mechanics and Heat   (4 credits)
                    PHYS 2208 - Fundamentals of Physics II (Calculus-based) (4 credits)    

 

 

Current Course Offerings

A full list of all ANSC courses currently offered can be found in the Courses of Study.