Baylor's Pre-Veterinary Medicine program is for students planning on pursuing a professional veterinary degree. Graduates should have the majority of their science prerequisites completed by the semester they choose to apply to professional Veterinary School. Deadlines are on the veterinary schools' individual websites and may vary from one year to the next. Students should determine any specific course requirements and recommendations of the professional schools, which can affect which application should be completed. Required prerequisites include many biology, chemistry and physics courses.
The Pre-Veterinary Medicine program offers several services in order to prepare students for the often rigorous journey in becoming a veterinary doctor, including advising, the opportunity to attend professional workshops, research opportunities and student organizations.
Alpha Epsilon Delta is a student-led organization for students interested in Pre-Health Care programs. AED offers opportunities for intellectual and professional development. It provides a forum for students with common interests. It also extends a program of service to benefit both the Waco and the Baylor communities.
Baylor offers several Living-Learning Centers which are housing opportunities designed to place students of common interests together. The Science & Health Living-Learning Center is a residential option that's available for pre-health students. Students are able to collaborate with each other, science faculty and medical researchers.
For more information: Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Selecting a Pre-Professional Program
Pre-professional programs are career aspirations. You must also select a major. When you fill out your application, you will be able to select a major and a pre-professional program.