In the United States there are 28 accredited colleges of veterinary medicine, each with slightly different requirements. However, there are many common requirements, including at least 500 hours of veterinary experience, at least 500 hours of animal experience and at least 2 letters of recommendation from a veterinarian.
In addition, there are numerous undergraduate college courses you must pass, including zoology/basic Biology, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, physics, statistics, calculus, physics, microbiology, genetics and anatomy.
The requirements for becoming a veterinary technician vary from state to state based upon the laws governing the practice of veterinary medicine and/or veterinary technology. However in many most states where there are actually requirements to be a "veterinary technician" you must be a graduate of an American Veterinary Medical Association accredited college degree program in veterinary technology, have passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam and have passed a state exam.
In most states, an associates degree or higher in veterinary technology from an American Veterinary Medical Association accredited veterinary technology program is required in order to work as a veterinary technician. However, there are still a few states that have no requirements. Therefore it is important for anyone wishing to work as a veterinary technician to contact the state veterinary technician association or veterinary medical board to determine the requirements for their specific state.
You would need to attend an accredited college of veterinary medicine in Norway. However, I am not familiar with the specific requirements for admission to veterinary school in Norway.
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Royal Veterinary College was created in 1791.
Atlantic Veterinary College was created in 1986.
Ontario Veterinary College was created in 1862.
Veterinary assistants are people who assist veterinarians and veterinary technicians in providing veterinary care but who do not meet the requirements to be a veterinarian or veterinary technician.
There are currently 9 (though the number fluctuates) American Veterinary Medical Association accredited veterinary technology distance learning programs. The AVMA accreditation is important because it is one of the requirements for credentialing (licensing, registration, or certification) of veterinary technicians. You can find the complete and most up-to-date list on the AVMA website under "education" & "veterinary technician".
Western College of Veterinary Medicine was created in 1964.
The exact course requirement will depend on the college where the degree in veterinary technology is to be earned. Each school will set it's own requirements and title the courses differently, so the best way to get a difinitive answer is to look at the course requirements for the degree program that a person plans to attend.
The job requirements depends upon the state in which a veterinary technician will be practicing. Some states require credentialing (licensure, registration or certification) to work as a veterinary technician. Credentialing generally requires that a person hold a degree in veterinary technology from an American Veterinary Medical Association accredited veterinary technology degree program and have passed both the Veterinary Technician National Exam and a state exam. Other states have no requirements at all for working as a veterinary technician.
Yes, Auburn University is an accredited college of veterinary medicine.
In the United States, you are not required to take any college classes to be a veterinary ASSISTANT - this is a lay position that does not have any formal training requirements. There are many college degrees to become a veterinary TECHNICIAN, which is what I would recommend you pursue if this is your dream. Veterinary technicians are typically paid better than veterinary assistants, and they have more responsibilities and duties than a veterinary assistant does. However, if you want to learn more to be a better veterinary assistant, I would suggest taking courses related to biology - zoology, botany, microbiology, etc. Some chemistry classes would be helpful too.
University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine was created in 1946.
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine was created in 1877.
University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine was created in 1976.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine was created in 1894.
Veterinary technologists have a bachelors (4-year) degree in veterinary technology.
A veterinary hostel is a type of guest house located on the property of a veterinary training center or college.
A group of veterinary surgeons is called a College of veterinary surgeons. If you have many groups of veterinary surgeons, they are Colleges.
You need to go to a veterinary college before you can become a veterinarian. Before you can go to veterinary college, you need to have a 4-year college degree.
The University of Florida, Pensacola State College and Florida Gateway College all offer degrees in veterinary medicine. St. Petersburg College and Brevard Community College also offer degrees in veterinary medicine.