Explore and protect animal and human health through the study of veterinary science. A Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree in veterinary science from the University of Arizona prepares you to pursue an advanced degree in veterinary medicine or to start work in the field of veterinary and comparative biomedical sciences upon graduation.
Why Major in Veterinary Science?
You understand the relationships between animals and humans and want to make a difference in the lives of both. You’ll experience the full scope of veterinary science from research to medical care, to understanding human and animal interdependencies, to educating the public about caring for all species of animals.
A degree in veterinary science will prepare you to work in careers in the fields of veterinary care, public health, scientific research, and education and advocacy. Moreover, a veterinary science degree can serve as a springboard into graduate, medical, veterinary, law, or pharmacy school.
What Can You Do with a Degree in Veterinary Science?
There are a variety of career options available to students who complete a bachelor of veterinary science, including:
Medicine & Health, Veterinary Medicine
4 years | Full time
Not defined yet
You’ll work with your adviser to create a course plan that includes required core and elective classes depending on the degree option you choose. You’ll choose from applied animal behavior or general veterinary science. Here are a few of the classes you may take:
Elective course options
Only one is required
After studying this course, you will be able to join one of these universities as well.