Veterinary Technology - Broadview College

Veterinary Technology

Associate Degree Program for Veterinary Technicians

Broadview College developed the Associate of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology with your future in mind.

Veterinary Tech

Veterinary Technology

With a Veterinary Technology degree, you’ll gain the knowledge, training and skills you need to excel in environments ranging from private clinics to research labs, all while learning to provide compassionate care to animals.

The veterinary technology degree program at Broadview College is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) as a program for educating veterinary technicians. Upon graduation, you’ll qualify to sit for the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE), which will allow you to become a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT)

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Enrollment Into The Veterinary Technology Degree Program

When you enroll at Broadview College, we will evaluate your work, academic, and military history to make sure you’re getting college credit for your experience. We’ll then help you set up your CareerPath, provide a clear track with a dedicated full-time schedule. You’ll be better prepared to enter the workforce within 21 months.

Your Future Working As A Veterinary Technician

Whether your future plans are to continue your college education or immediately enter the working world, Broadview College’s veterinary technician degree program has you covered.

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Veterinary Technology Courses

As a college student pursuing training in an A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology degree, you will be required to complete 64 veterinary technology credit hours and 30 general education credit hours.

During your time at Broadview College, you’ll work hands-on with animals in our labs. You’ll even participate in a school externship at a local facility so you can have on-the-job practice before you even graduate.

Some types of vet tech classes you’ll take include:

Dentistry
Veterinary Imaging
Surgical Assisting
Production Animals
Animal Anatomy and Physiology
Anesthesiology and Pain Management
Advanced Clinical Laboratory
Small Animal Nursing, Nutrician, and Disease

90% of our graduates are employed after program completion. Broadview College alumni have gone on to work at some of Utah’s best facilities, including:

ARUP Laboratories
Happy Paws Pet Sitting Plus
All Valley Animal Care Center
Millcreek Animal Hospital
Healing Heart Animal Hospital

Alumni Testimonials

Veterinary Technology National Examination (VTNE) Reporting to the Community
July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2021
Number of eligible first-time candidates85
Number of first-time candidates that have taken the VTNE55
Three-year VTNE pass percentage38%