How much education do you get when becoming a veterinarian?
A veterinarian is a doctor, and any doctor must complete a PhD. that is 8 years of college, two years of post-doctorate studies and a minimum of two years as an intern. (the amount of time as an intern varies, depending on what specialty, if any, the veterinarian wished to enter.0
Therefor a veterinarian must have completed at least 12 years of higher education to receive his/her license to practice.
To become a veterinarian in the United States, you must complete at least three years of undergraduate college then another four years of vet school. Once you are practicing as a veterinarian, you must complete continuing education credits (the specific amount and type varies by State) to maintain your license.