Veterinary Technology

VETA 1111

 

Students will demonstration proper receptionist duties, inventory management, and record keeping. Students will learn proper client communication via telephone, written, and electronic media.

 

Communication Office Procedures for Veterinary Assistants Lab
1
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VETA 1110

 
This course will instruct veterinary assistant students in office procedures and client communication. Students will learn proper client communication via telephone, written, and electronic media.
Communication and Client Relations
2
CH(s)

VETT 1199

Studies in special selected topics, to be determined by the instructor and approved by the School Dean.  Credits earned will be applicable as free electives in associate and certificate of applied science degree programs.  Students can earn up to 12 total credit hours for courses with the 1199 Special Topics designation.  Zero credit hour courses must be attached to a credit bearing course. 

Special Topics in Veterinary Technology
0-4
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VETT 2995

This course is concurrent and interrelated with VETT 2272. It is designed to correlate the academic and applied techniques learned by the technician. Variations in techniques will be compared; advanced techniques may be presented. Each student is required to prepare a resume to complete the course requirements as well as an in-depth written scientific report. 

Seminar for Veterinary Technicians
2
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VETT 2299

This course will provide an opportunity for students to further their study of principles and concepts in the field and to apply their knowledge in a variety of application both in the traditional classroom setting and in work/job related experiences. The class will be an individualized, arranged course, with learning outcomes determined by the instructor in consultation with the student and permission of the School Dean.

Special Topics in Veterinary Technology
0-4
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VETT 2273

The student will spend 120 hours of specialized clinical experience in a variety of veterinary settings during the second 8 weeks of the final semester.  The student is expected to be able to apply all techniques learned in the classroom and adapt to new techniques appropriate for the specialization and will work under direct supervision of a veterinarian.  

Applied Clinical Experience
3
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VETT 2272

The student spends 300 hours in the spring semester working with a veterinarian. The student is expected to function as a full member of a veterinary staff. The student is expected to be able to apply all techniques learned in the classroom and is expected to be able to learn and/or develop variations in techniques learned in the classroom. 

Veterinary Preceptorship II
5
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VETT 2222

The body’s normal defense systems and their responses to pathology will be presented. Infectious, hormonal, traumatic, and toxicological diseases of domestic animals will be covered.

Diseases of Domestic Animals
4
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