Animal and Veterinary Science is the area of biology that deals with dairy, equine, zoo, exotics and companion animals.
What is outstanding about Animal and Veterinary Science at UVM?
When studying this discipline at UVM, students, with assistance from faculty advisors, develop individualized programs in one of four areas of concentration that each lead to a B.S. degree. These programs apply to farms, laboratories, zoos, and companion animals; their interaction with human society; and the contribution of animal products, such as milk and meat, to the world food supply.
UVM Animal and Veterinary Science majors receive a hands-on experience that shapes them to be job-ready at graduation.
All concentrations focus on:
- Science-based curriculum: Program of study includes animal biology, nutrition, genetics, animal health, biology, chemistry, and math, coupled with a liberal education.
- Undergraduate research and internships: Research opportunities are abundant and students can pursue or develop internships related to animal and veterinary sciences.
- Hands-on experience: UVM facilities are poised to provide a combination of classroom, barn, and laboratory time.
- Positive and friendly environment: Students are nurtured to maximize achievements and place themselves in a favorable position for subsequent career development.