Our Veterinary Technology Associate in Science degree gives you a solid foundation for success. Taking classes on campus means learning in our new $11 million Veterinary Technology facility, featuring 32,000 square feet of classrooms, labs, surgery and x-ray suites.
Our program prepares you to become a veterinary technician,
who uses scientific knowledge and skills to benefit society through
protecting animal health, relieving animal suffering, conserving
livestock resources, promoting public health and advancing medical
Employment is expected to grow much faster than average as many jobs go unfilled because of a shortage of veterinary technicians. Also, pet owners are becoming more willing to pay for advanced veterinary care.
SPC's A.S. and B.A.S. degrees in Veterinary Technology are accredited by the Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities (CVTEA) of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).
SPC’s School of Veterinary Technology
recently received full accreditation from the American Animal Hospital
Association, signifying the highest level of medical care within the
veterinary medical profession. Only three of the 221 veterinary
technology programs accredited by the American Veterinary Medical
Association are also AAHA accredited.
“It is extremely rare within veterinary technology education that
veterinary technology programs are AAHA certified,” said Rich Flora,
Dean of the School of Veterinary Technology. “It is a tremendous credit
to the dedication of our faculty and staff to provide the highest
quality learning experience for our students and care for our animals.”
Information on SPC graduates, July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2016
The following scholarships are available to all Vet Tech students. You will need to apply through the St. Petersburg College Foundation to be eligible.
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