Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology Management
Globe University is one of only a few colleges that offers a bachelor's degree in veterinary technology management. According to the U.S. Department of Labor,* graduates of bachelor's degree programs are often referred to as veterinary technologists, and can look forward to a greater range of opportunities than graduates of two-year programs:
- Veterinary technologists also will enjoy excellent job opportunities due to the relatively few graduates from 4-year programs—about 500 annually.
- Unlike veterinary technicians who usually work in private clinical practice, veterinary technologists will have better opportunities for research jobs in a variety of settings, including biomedical facilities, diagnostic laboratories, wildlife facilities, drug and food manufacturing companies, and food safety inspection facilities.
Features of Globe University's bachelor's degree program
- Advanced topics include small animal behavior, emergency and critical care, advanced dentistry, anesthesiology and integrative medicine.
- Office procedure training includes standard veterinary software and electives in small business management.
- An externship provides in-field practice in technical skills.
- Learn more about the bachelor's in veterinary technology.
Choose an accredited college for your vet tech training
Globe University, nationally accredited through Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, is a historic provider of career education. Check with your campus for details of vet tech program accreditation.
The following information may be helpful to you during the career planning and college selection process:
If you have questions or would like to arrange a tour of a campus veterinary suite, please call 1-877-303-6060 or contact admissions.
*Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition