Preveterinary

27 to 28 total credits required to complete the Preveterinary concentration:

This concentration meets the minimum requirements established by MSU for admission to the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine.  Students selecting this concentration should also meet with a College of Veterinary Medicine preveterinary advisor.

Complete ALL of the following courses (24 cr.)

  • BMB 401 - Basic Biochemistry (4 cr.)

  • CEM 251 - Organic Chemistry I (3 cr.)

  • CEM 252 - Organic Chemistry II (3 cr.)

  • CEM 255 - Organic Chemistry Lab (2 cr.)

  • FW 423 - Principles of Fish and Wildlife Disease (3 cr.)

  • FW 423L - Principles of Fish and Wildlife Disease Lab (1 cr.)

  • FW 463 - Wildlife Disease Ecology (3 cr.)

  • PHY 232 - Introductory Physics II (3 cr.)

  • PHY 251 - Introductory Physics Lab I (1 cr.)

  • PHY 252 - Introductory Physics Lab II (1 cr.)

Complete ONE of the following courses (3 or 4 cr.)

  • ANS 314 - Genetic Improvement of Domestic Animals (4 cr.)

  • ANS 409 - Advancement of Reproduction (4 cr.)

  • ANS 435 - Mammary Physiology (4 cr.)

  • ANS 445 - Equine Exercise Physiology (4 cr.)

  • ANS 455 - Avian Physiology (4 cr.)

  • BLD 434 - Clinical Immunology (3 cr.)

  • IBIO 341 - Fundamental Genetics (4 cr.)

  • IBIO 402 - Neurobiology (3 cr.)

  • IBIO 408 - Histology (4 cr.)

  • IBIO 425 - Cells and Development (4 cr.)

  • IBIO 450 - Cancer Biology (3 cr.)

  • MMG 301 - Introductory Microbiology (3 cr.)

  • MMG 409 - Eukaryotic Cell Biology (3 cr.)

  • MMG 451 - Immunology (3 cr.)

  • NEU 300 - Neurobiology (3 cr.)

Electives:   Complete the necessary number of elective credits needed to reach the required 120 credit minimum (123 credits if you were required to complete MTH 1825) for graduation.  

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