Texas A&M University - College Station Reviews of Doctorates in Veterinary Science

  • 5 Reviews
  • College Station (TX)
  • Annual Tuition: $24,106
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Reviews - Doctorates in Veterinary Science

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Mary FitzSimon
  • Reviewed: 9/22/2014
  • Degree: Veterinary Science
"In my department the professors are very accessible and eager to help you succeed. Bryan/College Station is definitely not pedestrian friendly. Be prepared to either have a vehicle or live on a TAMU bus route. Also, of the twin cities Bryan is more affordable though some areas are not as nice as College Station."
Meichen Wang
  • Reviewed: 9/15/2014
  • Degree: Veterinary Science
"The graduate program is diversity. There are all sorts of courses, lectures and seminars we can choose from according to our interests. The professors and staffs are all professional and helpful. I feel very well welcomed here."
Kirstie Middleton
  • Reviewed: 8/20/2014
  • Degree: Veterinary Science
"I think the field of veterinary medicine is an amazing one. I feel our society is in need of future veterinarians to replace the ones retiring every year. Pets are such a huge part of our everyday lives and doctors trained in caring for these animals are essential. However, in today's economy, the average income of a veterinarian compared to the high cost of education greatly differs. I think this is a major struggle for myself as we'll as others in the veterinary program."
Anastasia Keyser
  • Reviewed: 1/25/2014
  • Degree: Veterinary Science
"The veterinary program is very challenging with little free time, but the support we are given by the faculty and clinicians is commendable. They really care about our success. We are treated as future colleagues and not just students."
Sydney Lawrence
  • Reviewed: 9/17/2013
  • Degree: Veterinary Science
"I feel like the Veterinary Medicine program at Texas A&M is one of the best. When I am around students from other schools with vet med programs I feel that we are gaining more hands on experience, learning clinical applications sooner in our academic careers, and that competetiveness within our classes, although stressful, is pushing us to know more, do more, and be more."