The professional veterinary program at Texas A&M University is one of the oldest and most prestigious programs of its kind in the United States. Becoming a veterinarian requires dedication and diligent study. The veterinary medical student must meet high standards of ethics and academic performance. Although the demands on student time and energy are considerable, the rewards and challenges are numerous.

The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) views the selection of students into the professional curriculum as its most important priority and responsibility to the veterinary medical profession, Texas A&M University, and the CVM. The Selections Committee is composed of CVM faculty members.

The professional degree curriculum is a four year program composed of three years of classroom and laboratory instruction with a final year of clinical rotations in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. It is designed to give future veterinarians a solid base in disease recognition and clinical competency.

To be a qualified applicant, review:

Noted Changes

In addition to all other prerequisites, all applicants applying to enter in the Fall of 2017 are required to have completed or be enrolled in the following prerequisites prior to the submission of application:

  • Organic Chemistry I
  • Physics I
  • Biochemistry I

For a full listing of all prerequisites, visit our prerequisites page.