Degree from a leader among vet tech schools
Are you an animal lover? That’s the first step to launch a fulfilling career in veterinary technology! But you also must be willing to get your hands a little dirty and play well with people. Veterinary technicians work closely with all kinds of animals in all phases of the lifecycle, and interact closely with pet owners and other veterinary staff.
Still sound like a career you’ll love? Call 1-877-480-3335 to talk to a representative from our school and learn more. You can also request information online.
“My two-year-old has been my biggest motivator. I decided that I needed to do something that was going to benefit myself as well as my son's life. Working a minimum-wage job wasn't paying off, so I started looking around. I realized I love animals, so why not do something that involves that?”
~Taylor Walker, Veterinary Technology Student, Broadview Unviersity-Orem
Offering a two-year degree
Broadview University offers an associate of applied science (AAS) in veterinary technology. This program provides a foundation for care of animals, with patients ranging from pocket pets to equine. Learn more about the AAS in veterinary technology.
What do vet techs do?
Vet tech students at our school prepare to take on clinical and administrative tasks. They perform clinical and laboratory procedures, such as specimen collection, parasitological evaluations, urinalysis and dental examinations. They also take on office responsibilities, such as client education, inventory control and office management. In short, they are versatile assistants to veterinarians.
Get started—call today
Broadview University offers the career-focused training you need to enter the field of veterinary technology. Are you not sure which one out of so many vet tech schools is right for you? Call 1-877-480-3335 for help today or request more information about our program.