The veterinary technician (Associate of Science) and technologist (Bachelor of Science) degrees prepare graduates to be integral members of the veterinary healthcare team. The program encompasses the nursing care and handling of animals, the basic principles of normal and abnormal life processes, various laboratory and clinical procedures, imaging, dental hygiene, pre- and post-surgical patient care, and anesthesia.
Purdue veterinary technology also has an associates, distance-learning degree program. Learn more.
Application deadline for fall enrollment - November 15
Points of Pride
- Small class size
- Low student-to-teacher ratio
- Clinical rotations through School of Veterinary Medicine’s small and large animal teaching hospitals