Pre-Veterinary Preparation

Veterinary medicine is a demanding career that requires careful, rigorous preparation.

female student holding a bird

Ambitious and motivated Towson University students may choose to focus their studies in the pre-veterinary program to gain the strong academic foundation and skills necessary to be competitive veterinary school applicants. Graduates go on to successful careers as veterinarians.

The program offers students:

  • research opportunities and assistance in pursuing internships
  • highly individualized advising
  • small classes taught by faculty who are recognized as accomplished teachers and researchers
  • state-of-the-art facilities and instrumentation

Students interested in veterinary school typically major in biology or chemistry, though you don’t need a science major to apply. These highly selective professional schools do require completion of certain science and mathematics courses, however. You can view details and requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.

CONTACT
Pre-veterinary Program Director:  Lynn Middleton

LOCATION     Smith Hall, Room 277
HOURS            By Appointment
PHONE            410-704-4586
FAX                  410-704-2405
EMAIL