about 5 years maybe 4
The exact answer is going to depend on where in the world you are, but in the US being a "certified veterinary assistant" does not require a college degree and therefore you would still need around 8 years of college.
classes to be a vet you go for 8 years and you need to have some kind of expierience with animals so while your going to college do part time vet assistant
You do not have to attend college to become a veterinary assistant. Veterinary assisting is an entry level position and no state requires any special education or training for veterinary assistants.
usually 2 years
It takes about 6 years or 7 I won't to becom a vet so I know
After their second yr. (sophmore yr.)
2-4 years of higher education to be a vet tech
5 yearsto become a vet you go to 4 years of college then 4 years of veterinary medicine
You can take courses at Edgewood College. You can also study to be a vet assistant at University of Wisconsin: Univ of Wis Madison.
Virginia tech does not offer a veterinary assisting programs.
You can become a vet technician at most community colleges in 2 years if time is the real concern and all you want to do is help animals. The real problem with becoming a vet is not the time it is the classes. Lots of science classes. If that is a problem go to community college and be a vet assistant.
Usually it will take you 2 years to get a certificate to become a vet tech from an accredited college. It involved both in class and on the job training portions.
To become a vet you have to get good grades in math and science. and when in high school take animal science. Go to college ,become an intern then become a full time vet
It will take up to four years to become a vet. However, you can do an internship that will double some of you classes and can help you gain real world experience.
you have to go to college then got to vet school and take the horse class in vet school
Biology and then take pre-vet classes
In the United States the minimum time in college is seven years - three years of undergraduate college and four years of vet school.
it takes about 6 years to become fully qualified as a vet because, if you want to be a vet who is qualified as a nurse and surgeon, than you actually only need to take the surgical course, because a nurse is limited to a few treatments but as as surgeon you know what a nurse knows and everything else.
the classes you need to become an equine vet are chemistry and biology, maths or physics and English
No, you may return to college, complete the pre-requisite courses and apply to vet school without becoming a vet tech. In fact, it is rare that a veterinarian was ever formally trained as a vet tech.
study more and work hard
To become a vet in England there is a 5 to 6 years university component. The year following graduation you must register with Royal College of Veterinary Surgeon. You are to maintain current education during your practice.