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B.A.S. in Veterinary Technology
This degree provides a foundation of knowledge, skills, and training in animal nursing, health care, as well as veterinary practice management. Students who already have experience in the veterinary medicine field can further their education through completion of this degree, which is offered entirely online.
This degree program is diverse, engaging, and opens up additional career opportunities that are typically not available to those who just hold an associate's degree. The curriculum is composed of a technology based delivery that enables students to learn at their own pace.
There are three clinical track concentrations within the Veterinary Technology program:
- Companion Animal
- Veterinary Business Management
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Tarleton State University is in collaboration with McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas, where students can now enroll in the Veterinary Technology program to earn their Associate's degree while working toward their bachelor's degree. Students who have already earned their associate's degree in Veterinary Technology from an American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accredited program will be eligible to enter the bachelor's degree program at Tarleton State University.
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- Students will gain in-depth knowledge of the rules and regulations of the Veterinary Industry.
- Students will utilize critical-thinking skills to assess patient status and provide appropriate care.
- Upon completion of the program, students will have gained advanced-level knowledge that will prepare them for a variety of career opportunities.
|VETE||1104||Human-Animal Interaction & Bonding|
|VETE||2201||Companion Animal Disease|
|VETE||3105||Laboratory Animal Medicine|
|VETE||3106||Avian & Exotic Animal Medicine|
|VETE||3313||Radiology & Clinical Imaging|
|VETE||4181||Veterinary Practice: Law & Ethics l|
Our degree plan offers a more detailed look at the available courses under each concentration.
"I was excited when I first heard about the degree program and I have not been disappointed. There is always something to learn and Tarleton has given me an opportunity not only to continue my education, but to have something to show for my time and work that can help me advance professionally."
Cynthia Dittmar, LVT