A combination of lecture, laboratory and hands-on experience provides students with an opportunity to learn the theory, skills and practical applications necessary to succeed. Throughout the course of study, instructors emphasize regulatory, safety and humane aspects of the veterinary field. Our department offers an Associate in Applied Science in Veterinary Technology degree and job placement assistance for students and graduates. Our program is also accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Licensed Veterinary Technologists and Technicians are among Oklahoma’s Top 100 Critical Occupations with an average of 106 annual openings and median annual earnings of $35,630.40. Top 100 Critical Occupations - Oklahoma Works - Oklahoma Works
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Veterinary Technology Department
400 N. Portland Avenue
John Kirkpatrick Building, 2nd floor