Veterinary Technology Degrees

If you want to make a career out of caring for animals, consider Globe University’s veterinary technology programs.

Our 2-year degree can help prepare you for the world of animal care – vet clinics, animal research or wildlife rescue.

Globe University’s vet tech school can give you the hands-on learning needed to do everything from performing laboratory procedures to communicating with veterinarians and pet owners.

Why Vet Tech?

  • Work with live animals
  • Learn from instructors with industry experience
  • Receive preparation for the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE)
  • Practice your skills during hands-on classroom exercises
  • Learn to help animals

Globe University offers the following veterinary technology degree:

Veterinary Technology Associate Degree Program

Veterinary Technology

Veterinary Technology

  • Accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association
  • Work with live animals early in the program, perform laboratory procedures and learn how to communicate with vets and pet owners
  • Get hands-on training from experienced instructors
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If you love taking care of animals and have a passion for their well-being, check out Globe University’s vet tech programs.

Whether it’s pharmacology, surgical preparation, or animal care and nursing, our courses can prepare you with the skills you need to find a career in the field.

If you’re searching for accredited veterinary technician schools or have questions and would like to arrange a tour of a campus veterinary suite, please call 1-877-303-6060 or contact admissions.

Career Outlook

US Bureau of Labor Statistics projected
employment growth rates for 2014-2024

Veterinary Technologists and Technicians
10th Percentile Salary $21,890
25th Percentile Salary $26,350
50th Percentile Salary $31,800

This annual salary is taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for this job title. The 10th percentile indicates the bottom 10 percent of earners make less than that figure annually; the 25th percentile means the bottom quarter of workers earn less than the number; and the 50th percentile shows the medium income for the profession.