Kansas Veterinary Technician Schools.
What can you do with an associate’s degree from one of the accredited veterinary technician programs in Kansas listed below? Veterinary technicians - also known as vet techs - assist veterinarians in caring for animals, whether that requires administering routine shots or assisting during surgery. Before being fully qualified, applicants for these jobs need to complete their formal training and pass the state exam for veterinary technicians. A two-year program, such as an associate’s degree, includes training in medical terminology, animal care, lab procedures, veterinary diseases, parasitology, microbiology, surgical assistance techniques, large and small animal medicine, and veterinary pharmacology.
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- Earn your AVMA-CVTEA fully accredited Veterinary Technician Associate Degree online from Penn Foster College.
- Graduates of our vet tech program will be eligible to take the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) in order to be credentialed as a licensed veterinary technician.
- At only $85 per credit with low monthly payment plans and 0% interest, our vet tech program is one of the most affordable programs in the country.
- Penn Foster College’s award-winning Veterinary Academy Team includes licensed veterinarians and credentialed veterinary technicians with over 100+ years of experience teaching vet tech students.
- Over 160 students graduated from Penn Foster College’s Vet Tech program in 2016, more than any other program in the country.
- Penn Foster College’s 24/7, on-demand learning platform is easy to use – at home or on the go – and you decide when to start and take your classes.
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