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I'm a high school senior and am interested in becoming a veterinarian. I got accepted to Early Entry Program of Mississippi State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, but now, I'm worried how good this program actually is. The level of undergraduate school itself of MSU seems pretty low and I'm beginning to think that maybe it would be better to go to highly ranked undergraduate school and then apply to vet schools. I know so far that University of Missouri is another school I can apply to right now to be considered as an applicant for early acceptance program for vet, but does anyone know if the schools I go for early entry program matter? (like in finding jobs..) Would it be better to apply to Missouri too? Or do you think that MSU's early entry program is sufficient in becoming a vet?