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Equine Preveterinary Medicine / Pregraduate Studies

Preveterinary MedicineThis major provides a unique opportunity for all pre-veterinary medicine students, including those interested in other species, to work with horses at our Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science, producing horse-experienced veterinary students. In addition to fulfilling the specific requirements for entry into a graduate or veterinary program, students study the horse in depth, one body system at a time, learning about the normal anatomy and physiology, diseases and disorders, current diagnostic modalities, treatments, prognosis and prevention. 

Students graduate from the program with a knowledge base that serves them well in future veterinary courses across species. Courses in Farrier Science are also offered, as well as many undergraduate research opportunities.

Is Equine Preveterinary Medicine / Pregraduate Studies a good fit for you?

Sheri Birmingham, DVM – Chair of the Department of Equine Science and The Preveterinary Program Adviser shares more reasons to choose the Equine Pre-veterinary Medicine / Pre-graduate Studies major.

Join the Otterbein Pre-Vet & Health Tech Club

Otterbein’s EPRE/EVT Club is geared toward strengthening post-graduation plans for students majoring in Zoo & Conservation Science, Equine Veterinary Technology, and Equine Pre-Veterinary/Pre-graduate Studies.

Equine Science

  • At the Knowlton Center

    Jane Kidder, Administrative Assistant
    p/ 614.823.3020
    f/ 614.823.3042
    e/ kidder@otterbein.edu
  • On Campus

    Donna Rhodeback, Administrative Assistant
    p/ 614.823.1517
    f/ 614.823.3042
    e/ drhodeback@otterbein.edu