Earn a Bachelor of Science in Biology from FDU and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in just seven years with Fairleigh Dickinson University - Metropolitan's Dual Degree program. This comprehensive curriculum combines a strong foundation in the biological sciences with essential clinical skills for a successful veterinary career.
The Dual Degree - Bachelor of Science - Biology & Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program consists of two phases: a three-year undergraduate program at FDU, where you'll study anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, and genetics, and engage in hands-on research and lab experience—afterward, transferred to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine to complete the DVM program, which includes rigorous coursework, clinical rotations, and a comprehensive final examination. The last three semesters are spent at a U.S. veterinary school affiliated with Ross University, gaining valuable real-world exposure.
Accepted students enjoy a guaranteed seat at Ross University, eliminating the need to apply separately. This accelerated program is an excellent choice for animal enthusiasts seeking dual degrees in less time. Graduates emerge well-prepared to excel in the field of veterinary medicine, significantly impacting animal welfare and healthcare.