Veterinary Sciences Technology

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PROGRAM INFORMATION:

Students enrolled in the Veterinary Assistant program will experience a wide variety of care and management techniques throughout the program. Students will learn to maintain medical records, schedules, offer client education, explore authentic laboratory procedures, and assist with nursing and preparation for surgical duties; along with routine exams. Students will gain a solid foundation in the Veterinary Sciences Technology program on which to build a post-secondary degree and entry level employment skills.


 

COURSES OF STUDY

Veterinary Sciences Technology: Students enrolled in the Veterinary Sciences Technology program will study a variety of subjects, not limited to:

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  • Office Procedures
  • Examination Room Procedures
  • Small Animal Nursing
  • Surgical Assisting
  • Pet TechFirst Aid
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    CAREER POTENTIAL

    Veterinary Sciences Technology: Students who successfully complete the Veterinary Sciences Technology program may look forward to careers in the following fields after continued study/work experience, not limited to:

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  • Animal Trainer
  • Non-Farm and Laboratory Animal Caretaker
  • Groomer
  • Animal Control Officer
  • Veterinary Assistant/ Technician
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