Veterinary Technicians are in short supply at the present time. This is a field where you can combine your love for animals with your career goals.
The Veterinary Technology Program is designed to prepare entry-level veterinary technicians via classroom study, laboratory, and clinical practice with fundamental veterinary technician skills. After successful completion of the program, you should be able to successfully complete the licensing requirements of your state. This program will work toward meeting the needs of the State of Nebraska for well qualified veterinary technicians to perform duties under the scope of the Veterinary Medicine Practice Act.
The veterinary technology program is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association. Enrollment in this program is limited and based on the date of completed requirements for acceptance into this program.
Northeast Veterinary Technology Program and National Graduation Year 2012:
Career opportunities include work in veterinary clinics, biomedical research, diagnostic laboratories, veterinary supply sales, humane societies, industry, military service, herd health, and the USDA.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average salary for Veterinary Technicians is $26,320 and the average salary for Veterinarians is $64,660.
You have one option available when enrolling in this program of study.
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