Veterinary Technology Department
Job opportunities abound in many types of veterinary practices.Read More
The Bachelor's Degree in Applied Administration is designed for those who hold a technical associate degree and want to obtain a bachelor's degree to advance their career.
Students, who may be interested in the field of Veterinary Technology, learn more about the study by exploring a few helpful resources.
Veterinary TechnologyThe Associate in Applied Science degree in Veterinary Technology is designed to train technicians to assist veterinarians in industry, medical centers and animal hospitals.
Careers such as these require trained professionals who have knowledge and skills in all aspects of veterinary medicine. This program provides training in animal husbandry and restraint, nursing, surgical preparation and techniques, drug administration, anesthesia, anatomy, laboratory techniques and radiography. Preceptorships at various private practices and research institutions provide valuable on-the-job training.
Opportunities for employment in veterinary technology are good and are continually improving. Changes in state and government legislation concerning the veterinary profession have opened the door for highly qualified registered veterinary technicians to assist veterinarians in many aspects of their work.
Job opportunities abound in many types of veterinary practices including:
- Both pet and farm animals
- Industrial and medical research institutions
- Federal agencies
Currently,of our graduates find placement, and the demand for them far exceeds supply!
The UC Blue Ash Veterinary Technology Program is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association.