In response to student feedback, we have changed our curriculum, especially aimed at our incoming freshmen. We have developed and taught a general education course (TRAD 104) on the human and animal interrelationships from domestication to present. This course, although open to the entire university, draws a large percentage of our majors and gives them a different perspective on how humans and animals have built relationships over time. The second course we have developed is a one-unit freshmen colloquia: Careers in Veterinary Science. This course has helped our retention rate within the major, because we educate the students on other fields they may choose to enter instead of veterinary medicine. The students have given us positive feedback on both of these courses and we will continue to offer them.
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Veterinary Science & Microbiology: Undergraduate Programs
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