If you did everything right, then you would have gotten into veterinarian school.
On this web site you will find a comprehensive list of all the veterinarian schools as well a section for TOP schools. You should be able to find the information you are looking for as well as tips on how to choose the right school. http://education-portal.com/veterinarian_colleges.html
No. In order to practice as a veterinarian, you have to go to a college, not a vocational school.
A veterinarian has a Doctorate's Degree in Veterinarian Medicine. That requires 3 to 4 years of school after a Bachelor's Degree. Entrance into vet school is one of the most competitive graduate schools to get into. Many that fail to get into vet school go to med school instead!
No - a veterinarian is a veterinarian regardless of the school they trained at. The pay rate is mostly dependent upon the type of practice, the experience and competence of the veterinarian and the geographic location where the veterinarian is working at.
The standard Veterinarian degree requires 4 years of regular school and 4 years of Veterinarian school to practice. Some may begin interning or assisting after 2 years of veterinarian school.
yes, it is called Saint Matthews Veterinarian, It's actually a college.
You have to be a college graduate and complete Veterinarian School, which is another three years to get a license.
In the United States, the answer is no one - a veterinarian can open his/her own clinic and be the solo owner veterinarian of it as soon as he/she graduates from vet school. Unlike human medicine, there is no requirement for a veterinarian to complete an internship after graduating from vet school.
To become a veterinarian, you must possess an eager desire to help all animals. If you have this quality, you must go to veterinarian school.
Yes, and college as well as vet school.
algerbra and trignomity
Veterinarian Medical School.
It is THE best.
Kansas State University
you can go to veterinarian school...there's a start
You have to go to school to be one.
In the United States, after graduating high school you can complete three years of undergraduate college then another four years of vet school, then be licensed as a veterinarian.
Biology and chemistry courses. You will need a Bachelors of Biology, Science or specifically a veterinarian school to become a veterinarian.
This depends on where you live. If you check the yellow pages, you'll surely find a school in your area. I hope your dog isn't sick and it's something easily fixed.
The prerequisites for each veterinarian program will vary from school to school. Most schools will require some biology lab, some statistical math, as well as basic english composition.
Ashworth University, Penn Foster College and Penn Foster Career School are some of the inexpensive school which offers a veterinarian course. Visit http://www.veterinarytechnicianschoolsonline.com/ for more information.
A veterinarian is a doctor of medicine for animals. To qualify to be a veterinarian, a person needs to complete 4 years of college, and 3-5 years of veterinary school.
a special veternary school