The Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Veterinary Technology program provides students with both classroom and clinical experiences. Students will spend a portion of their clinical experience in various veterinary settings including research centers, private clinical practices, and wildlife rehabilitation facilities. Both full-time, four semester and part-time six semester options are available. This curriculum is designed to prepare the student for the national board exam and licensure as a veterinary technician (LVT).
- Agricultural Businesses
- Large Animal, Small Animal, or Specialty/Referral Veterinary Practice
- Laboratory Animals and Research Facilities
- Exotics or Zoo Species
- Local and Nation Government Regulatory Positions
- Wildlife Rehabilitation
The U.S. Department of Labor says job prospects for Veterinary technicians and technologists are excellent with a 36 percent growth rate projected for the next seven years.