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PRE-VETERINARY

PRE-VETERINARY

PRE-VETERINARY

Turn your compassion
for animals into a career.
Turn your compassion for animals into a career.

Veterinarians often have both a strong background in science and a passion for working with people and animals. Maryville helps students demonstrate both.

The Pre-Veterinary Program at Maryville University serves students from any science major interested in pursuing a career as a veterinarian. Through coursework, mentoring, project-based learning and volunteer opportunities, you will build a competitive application for top veterinary programs.

In this program, you’ll be advised by the Pre-Health Professions advisor and a Pre-Health Professions Advisory Committee, which offers information on colleges and careers, admissions requirements, opportunities to conduct undergraduate research and assistance in identifying job shadowing and volunteer opportunities.

 

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING

Maryville University biology students at Galapagos Islands during study abroad trip

Maryville offers study abroad programs led by faculty experts. Students recently traveled to the Galapagos Islands to study its unique environment and engage in scientific research and environmental education opportunities.

PROFESSIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

Throughout Maryville’s Pre-Veterinary program, you’ll be well-prepared for your future veterinary training. Our science programs collaborate with many leading-edge research companies in the St. Louis region, including:

• Danforth Plant Science Center
Missouri Botanical Garden
• GlaxoSmithKline
• Mallinckrodt
• Monsanto
• Pfizer

HLC Accredited
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission - HLC
Kiplingers Best College Values Private 2018
Ranked among the best values in private collegesKiplinger’s Personal Finance, 2018
Forbes Americas Top Colleges 2017
Ranked among "America’s Top Colleges" — Forbes, 2017

THE BIG PICTURE

Veterinarians often have both a strong background in science and a passion for working with people and animals. The unemployment rate is low, around 0.4%, according to U.S. News, and most jobs come with low levels of stress and reasonable work/life balance.

Pre-Medicine Infographic
Pre-Medicine Infographic
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Becoming a veterinarian can be a dream job. To get there, it takes hard work, a good education and valuable guidance, even before you search for veterinary schools. Interested in our Pre-Veterinary program? Request more information to learn how Maryville University can help you achieve your career goals.

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