Pre-Veterinary Transfer

Since the majority of students are admitted to Veterinary Medicine programs with a bachelor’s degree, it is recommended that students wishing to complete the pre-professional requirements for Veterinary Medicine do so by selecting a major area of study and by fulfilling the Pre-Veterinary courses as outlined by the University of Illinois, the only Veterinary Medicine degree in Illinois:

Required Sequence in:

Principles of Biology BIO 1003, 1004

or

General Biology BIO 1001, 1002

 

Required Sequence in:

General Chemistry CHM 1006 & 1007

 and

 Organic Chemistry CHM 2002, 2003

 

Required Sequence in: 

General Physical for the Liberal Arts & Sciences:  PHY 2003, 2004

Highly recommended sequence in Anatomy & Physiology:  BIO 1007, 1008

Highly recommended Calculus:  MTH 2001

 

Required Sequence in:

General Physics for the Liberal Arts and Sciences PHY 2003, 2004 Highly recommended Sequence in Anatomy and Physiology: BIO 1007, 1008 3/22/12   Highly recommended: Calculus: MTH 2001   Please see a counselor to assist you in your academic plan. Admission is highly competitive based on the Graduate Readiness Exam (GRE) score, overall GPA, and science GPA. For the class entering Fall of 2009, the average cumulative GPA was a 3.6; Science GPA 3.48; GRE 63% (4.5 written, 520 verbal, 660 analytical (sections). 3/22/12 120 students admitted (75 to 80% are Illinois residents) For current information go to: vetmed.illinois.edu   

Please see a counselor to assist you in your academic plan. Admission is highly competitive based on the Graduate Readiness Exam (GRE) score, overall GPA, and science GPA.

For the class entering Fall of 2009, the average cumulative GPA was a 3.6; Science GPA 3.48; GRE 63% (4.5 written, 520 verbal, 660 analytical)

3/31/17