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Veterinary Technology

Degree Earned:

  • Associate of Science in Veterinary Technology

Veterinary Technology College Locations:

  • City College – Gainesville
  • City College – Hollywood

Veterinary Technology Degree

Do you love animals? Interested in becoming a Vet-Tech? Veterinary technicians are a vital part of the veterinary medical team. Learning the right veterinary technician skill set is very important to the success of your career and City College can help. Start earning your Associates of Science Degree in Veterinary Technology today!

As a Vet-Tech, you will be drawing blood, placing catheters, assisting in surgery, managing anesthesia and giving medications. You will be restraining animals for veterinary procedures and understand behavioral wellness in animals. You will also be able to provide basic client educational information regarding any treatments.

The City College Vet-Tech program is offered at our Gainesville and Hollywood campus in Florida, and is an accredited college that offers convenient day and evening classes & job placement assistance. So what are you waiting for?

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The Veterinary Technology program at City College is a comprehensive entry-level program designed to prepare the student for a career as a veterinary technician. Students will take a variety of didactic and hands-on clinical courses, covering all of the areas in which technicians will be expected to perform in the workplace. Externships performed at working clinics will provide ‘real-life’ scenarios of a demanding clinical environment. The integration of lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice will help the student transition from the academic/clinical environment into the workplace upon graduation. Students will be required to complete 1330 hours of lecture/lab in the classroom and 270 hours of externship at a local clinic. The curriculum is comprised of 115 credits over 9 quarters.