How do I become a vet tech in Philadelphia?

Table of contents:

  1. How do I become a vet tech in Philadelphia?
  2. How do I become a vet tech in Alberta?
  3. Can you get a bachelor's degree in vet tech?
  4. What jobs can you get with a vet tech degree?

How do I become a vet tech in Philadelphia?

Here are the typical steps to become a veterinary technician in Pennsylvania:

  1. Pass prerequisite classes in high school (four years). ...
  2. Graduate from an accredited vet tech program in Pennsylvania (two to four years). ...
  3. Take the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE).

How do I become a vet tech in Alberta?

To become a vet tech, you must graduate from a CVMA or AVMA accredited college technology program, typically a 2 or 3 year diploma program, and successfully completes the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE).

Can you get a bachelor's degree in vet tech?

A career as a veterinary technologist requires a minimum of a four-year bachelor's degree in veterinary technology or a related field. Subjects that may be studied in a four-year veterinary technology program include anatomy of animals, animal handling, animal pharmacology and surgical nursing.

What jobs can you get with a vet tech degree?

10 career moves for veterinary technicians

  • Become a CVPP. ...
  • Become a technician specialist. ...
  • Volunteer with organizations, such as AVMA and AAHA. ...
  • Work with your state veterinary technician association. ...
  • Teach at a local community college. ...
  • Lead your hospital programs. ...
  • Become a community outreach leader. ...
  • Speak at conferences.