The DVM Professional Program curriculum is a four-year program with three years of classroom and laboratory instruction and a final year of clinical rotations in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH). It’s designed to give future veterinarians a solid foundation in disease recognition and clinical competency.
The college views the selection of students admitted to the DVM Professional Program as a priority and a responsibility to Texas A&M University and to the veterinary medical profession. CVMBS faculty members make up the Selections Committee.
If you’re ready to apply for admission to the Texas A&M CVMBS’ DVM Professional Program, please review the eligibility requirements, familiarize yourself with the selection process, and check that you’ve completed the necessary prerequisites.
All applicants must apply online through the Texas Medical and Dental Schools Application Service (TMDSAS) and submit the supplemental application through the CVMBS website. Review the application deadlines for due dates.
- Submit TMDSAS application and applicant evaluation forms via tmdsas.com.
- Submit supplemental application and fee via apps.cvm.tamu.edu/MyCVM/Admissions.
- Complete Altus Suite Assessments. (Snapshot is not required at this time)
- Submit official transcripts, when requested by TMDSAS.