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Concentration tailored to your interests

As an agriculture student at SFA, you can choose an animal science concentration that aligns with your interests and career goals.

Do you have your sights set on veterinary school? Our pre-vet option will help you start your journey.

Transformative, real-world experiences

At SFA, we believe that to truly learn agriculture, our students need to get out of the classroom and work with plants, animals and equipment. Internships and community service projects are a critical part of an agricultural education - some of the best learning experiences happen outside of the lecture hall.

As an animal science student, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of hands-on learning activities, including:

Bachelor of science in agriculture, concentration in animal science, pre-veterinary

This science-focused emphasis is designed to prepare students to apply to veterinary school after graduation. Our pre-veterinary students have gone on to veterinary programs across the country and around the world, including:

    Texas A&M University
    Louisiana State University
    Oklahoma State University
    Mississippi State University
    Kansas State University
    University of Illinois
    Lincoln Memorial University
    Royal Veterinary College (London, England)

*See the Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.

 

Contact

Department of Agriculture
936.468.3705
agriculture@sfasu.edu

Agriculture Building
Room 101

Mailing Address:
PO Box 13000, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962

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