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How long do I have to go to veterinary school?

How long do I have to go to veterinary school?

In the United States, veterinary school is a four-year degree program following undergraduate Bachelor’s degree level education (a total of 7 to 9 years: 3 to 5 years undergraduate plus 4 years of veterinary school).

After graduating from veterinary school, many new graduates choose an additional year of general or specialty clinical training as interns. Some pursue 2 to 5 years of additional residency training leading to board certification and practice within a wide variety of medical or surgical specialties, such as neurology, cardiology, dermatology, orthopedic surgery, equine medicine, zoo medicine, etc.

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4 responses to “How long do I have to go to veterinary school?”

  1. Mostafa said says:

    I’m veterinarian and I had graduated from egypt and I want to be a certified veterinarian at the United States, what should I do and from were should I start?

    • rita alfalah says:

      Start by contacting a veterinary school and look up the required classes for the program then compare it to the classes that you’ve taken already. contact the school in the united states and send them your transcript and they will guide you on what to do next. Best Wishes Mostafa.

  2. Viban Alidu says:

    How long does it take to do Bachelor of Science in Vertinary Medicine?

  3. Alyssa Long says:

    I want to become a veterinarian when I graduate College.

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