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  • Vet Tech Institute :: Thanks!
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  • Vet Tech Institute Veterinary Technician Associate Degree Program Overview
    will be introduced to basic terminology used in veterinary practice Emphasis is based on the understanding of the composition of terms including the use of prefixes and suffixes CLINICAL LABORATORY I This course reviews basic laboratory equipment and glassware The student is then introduced to basic veterinary hematology with emphasis placed on normal test values of individual animal species CLINICAL LABORATORY II This course builds upon Clinical Laboratory I with a more in depth study of hematology White blood cell components and morphology are covered CLINICAL LABORATORY III This course builds upon Clinical Laboratory II with emphasis placed on further individual animal species testing including FeLV FIV testing brucellosis testing heartworm testing urinalysis and blood analyzers VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY I This course covers all aspects of medications according to their clinical usage and method of administration Emphasis is placed on the veterinary technician s role in the veterinary pharmacy This course also focuses on drug dosage calculations VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY II This course builds upon the knowledge and skills learned in Veterinary Pharmacology I More in depth analysis of drug types and their usage is combined with additional focus on advanced dosage calculations ANESTHESIA I This course concerns all aspects of the anesthetic process anesthetic agents used in veterinary medicine and their effects and anesthetic equipment functions and use The student will apply mathematical skills to practice calculations using common anesthetics and their dosages The veterinary technician s role in relationship to the veterinarian is a key point of study ANESTHESIA II This course builds on the processes knowledge and skills learned in Anesthesia I with an emphasis placed on mastering calculations and dosages and demonstrating mastery of the knowledge through simulation and mock surgical settings CLINICAL MEDICINE V This course is a continuation of Clinical Medicine IV Diseases of the digestive system and renal system will be discussed as well as emergency management and the veterinary technician s role in emergency situations Emphasis is placed on the following topics proper methods of evaluating an animal in an emergency situation how disease processes manifest as emergencies and the equipment and medications used during emergencies ANIMAL TECHNOLOGY V This course builds upon Animal Technology IV with an emphasis placed on more advanced techniques such as advanced surgical procedures bandaging and wound management orthopedics and special procedures including feeding tubes ANIMAL TECHNOLOGY VI This course builds upon Animal Technology V with an emphasis placed on more advanced techniques such as laboratory animal research including care and maintenance disease process blood collection procedures anesthesia administration and regulatory requirements for rats mice guinea pigs rabbits and exotics LARGE ANIMAL THEORY I This course will introduce the student to farm animal medicine The student will become acquainted with anatomy breed identification management restraint methods physical exams reproduction nutrition and husbandry VETERINARY TECHNICIAN CAREER AND OFFICE SUCCESS This course is designed to prepare students for success in landing and keeping a job as a Veterinary Technician The course begins with emphasis on resume writing interviewing techniques job skills

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  • Vet Tech Institute :: Thanks!
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    in order to be eligible for and receive an actual financial aid award that includes Federal grant loan or work study assistance For more information on applying for Federal student aid go to http www fafsa ed gov Financial aid Do you plan to apply for financial aid Yes No Age How old are you Living arrangement Where do you plan to live while attending this institution Living on my own or with a roommate Living with my parents or other family members Residency Eligible for in district tuition Eligible for in state tuition Eligible for out of state tuition Marital Status Are you the student married Answer yes if you are separated but not divorced Yes No Children Are you the student the primary source of financial support for any children Yes No Number in Family How many people are in your family s household Count yourself your parent s and your parents other children who are under the age of 24 Two Three Four Five Six or more Number in College Of the number in your family above how many will be in college next year Count yourself and your siblings do not count your parents One child Two children Three or more children Household Income What is your household income Include income earned by yourself and your parent s Include income from work child support and other sources If your parent is single separated or divorced include the income for the parent with whom you live If the parent with whom you live is remarried include both your parent s income and his her spouse s income Less than 30 000 Between 30 000 39 999 Between 40 000 49 999 Between 50 000 59 999 Between 60 000 69 999 Between 70 000 79 999 Between 80 000 89 999 Between 90 000 99 999 Above 99 999 Number in Family How many people are in your family s household Count yourself and your spouse if applicable Count yourself your spouse if applicable and any children who are under the age of 24 One Two Three Four Five Six or more Number in College Of the number in your family above how many will be in college next year One Two or more Two Household Income What is your household income Include income from work child support and other sources if you are married include your spouse s income Less than 30 000 Between 30 000 39 999 Between 40 000 49 999 Between 50 000 59 999 Between 60 000 69 999 Between 70 000 79 999 Between 80 000 89 999 Between 90 000 99 999 Above 99 999 Academic Year 2011 12 Tuition fees books and supplies Estimated tuition and fees 00 000 Estimated books and supplies 00 000 Total estimated tuition fees books and supplies 00 000 Estimated total grant aid Includes both merit and need based aid 00 000 Estimated net price for tuition fees books and supplies Price of attendance

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  • Vet Tech Institute :: 404 Not Found
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