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Veterinary Technology

Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology (725)
Our Veterinary Technology curriculum provides students with the requirements necessary to sit for the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE). Upon successful completion of the VTNE, and registration with the State Board of Veterinary Medicine, the graduate will be credentialed as a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT).

Mission Statement
The mission of the NSULA Veterinary Technology Program is to prepare graduates who as veterinary technicians or technologists are clinically competent and demonstrate:

  • excellent and compassionate patient care and services
  • excellent technical skills
  • professionalism and high ethical standards
  • promotion of public health
  • commitment to lifelong learning

Curriculum Effective Fall 2019:

University Core Requirements: (22 credit hours)
Biology Major Requirements: (60 credit hours)

Students seeking a major in Veterinary Technology must complete the following:

Biology core: (12 credit hours)
— BIOL 1010/1011
— BIOL 1020/1021
— BIOL 2060/2061

Veterinary Technology core: Take the following 48 credit hours VTEC 1010/1011, 1020, 1030/1031, 2060, 2090/2091, 2600, 2900, 3010, 3100/3101, 3190/3191, 3200/3201, 3700/3701, and 4090.

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