Your accredited Veterinary Technician program will give you the tools necessary to embark on your exciting new career as a veterinary technician, working with animals in a fast-paced, technologically-driven work environment. And don’t forget, once you’re done with the Veterinary Technician Associate Degree, you can continue to hone your skills and advance your career by earning a bachelor’s degree.
After completing our four-semester Degree Program, you'll be well-prepared to begin what can be a very enjoyable and profitable career. You can always choose to further your education later by earning a bachelor's degree.†
Here is an overview of what you’ll learn and the order in which you’ll receive your courses. To view a sample lesson, click here.
If you wish to receive credit for previous coursework, contact the college you attended and request for your official transcript(s) to be sent to Penn Foster College for evaluation.
You will need access to a Microsoft® Windows® based computer running Windows® 7 or later or an Apple® Mac® computer running OS X® or later, Microsoft® Office 2013, high-speed internet, and an email account to complete your program with Penn Foster.
NOTE: Advanced standing student shipments may vary from the above schedule.
Although this outline covers all four semesters of your program, you receive lesson materials for each semester as you enroll.
We reserve the right to change program content and materials when it becomes necessary.
† Credits earned in Penn Foster programs may transfer to some, but not all, learning institutions. If you are planning to continue your education with another school after you earn your degree from Penn Foster, you should check with that school regarding credit transfer policies.
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