The veterinarian diagnoses and treats diseases and disorders of animals; determines the nature of disease or injury and treats animals medically or surgically; performs autopsies to determine causes of death; gives advice on care and breeding of animals.
Some engage in general practice, some become involved in research and development, while others are active in such fields as consultation, teaching, technical writing, sales or promotion of commercial products, or provide technical services for commercial firms.
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|WEXP B248||Occupational Work Experience Education||3.0|
|or WEXP B249||Cooperative Work Experience Education||3.0|
|ANSC B1||Introduction to Animal Science||3.0|
|ANSC B6||Applied Animal Nutrition||4.0|
|ANSC B7||Animal Diseases||3.0|
|BIOL B3a||General Biology I||5.0|
|BIOL B3b||General Biology II||5.0|
|CHEM B1a||General Chemistry I||5.0|
|CHEM B1b||General Chemistry and Chemical Analysis||5.0|
|CHEM B18||Elementary Organic Chemistry||5.0|
|MATH B22||Elem Probability/Statistics||4.0|
|PHYS B2a||General Physics - Mechanics and Heat||4.0|
|PHYS B2b||General Physics - Sound, Light, Electricity, Magnetism, Modern Physics||4.0|
**The courses and unit values on this page are representative of the typical values and courses required by this program. They are taken from the most current catalog, and therefore may not be accurate for the degree or certificate requirements for some students, depending on your year of catalog rights. Please refer to your appropriate catalog or see a counselor for accurate degree requirements.