Eastern Florida Offers Veterinary Technology Degree

By  //  January 21, 2014

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ABOVE VIDEO: Eastern Florida State College offers a two-year Associate in Science degree in Veterinary Technology.

Shannon Dumont is a Certified Veterinary Technician SPCA from Titusville: "At EFSC the in-depth classes included lots of hands-on care, both with our own animals and from local shelters — that was the best training. I got a job immediately after graduation and I so appreciate helping people who want to adopt and care for animals."

Shannon Dumont is a Certified Veterinary Technician
SPCA from Titusville:
“At EFSC the in-depth classes included lots of hands-on care, both with our own animals and from local shelters — that was the best training. I got a job immediately after graduation and I so appreciate helping people who want to adopt and care for animals.”

The curriculum includes relevant general education courses and veterinary technology courses. Students complete at least two years of academic study including clinical practice under the supervision of EFSC faculty in the college’s veterinary technology clinical facility and designated external clinical sites.

vet-tech-logoGeneral education courses and support courses may be completed prior to admission to the program or concurrently with program courses. The Veterinary Technology Program courses are sequential and require a commitment to attending classes.

Individuals considering veterinary technology as a career should enjoy working with animals and helping to care for them. A willingness to study and an aptitude for medical and science-oriented courses is necessary.

For more information on EFSC’s Veterinary Technology A.S. degree program, contact the Health Science Admissions at 321-433-7575 or CLICK HERE


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