Do you have a passion for animals and are looking to turn that into a career? We are here to get you started!
You know you want to work with animals. But before you can study to become a full-fledged veterinarian, you need to gain experience through a bachelor’s degree. The pre-veterinary program at Lincoln sets you up for success by offering courses that are typically required for entry into veterinary graduate programs within the United States.
Preparatory classes include advanced chemistry and biology courses. Students may also choose from courses such:
- Breeding and genetics
- Animal feeds and nutrition
Before entering your graduate work, you’ll have an opportunity to engage with world-class animal science researchers – giving Lincoln students every advantage possible when seeking a career in veterinary medicine.
- Farm manager
- Cattle Manager
- Animal scientist
- Companion Animal Practitioner
- Emergency Veterinarian
- Large Animal Veterinarian
- Small Animal Veterinarian
- Veterinary Surgeon
- Veterinary Surgical Specialist
- Zoo Veterinarian
*May require additional certifications or education.
State-of-the-art farms and labs
Aquaculture Large and small ruminant production Greenhouses Vegetable and fruit production Integrated pest management Selected agronomic crops
- Geospatial Information Sciences
- Wildlife Management
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