VETN130G - Veterinary Clinical Affiliation I
This eight-week summer session provides students with supervised hands-on work experience with live animals in selected clinical settings. Following sequential steps from basic to complex, learners build correlation of theoretical content to clinical performance. Students will be required to volunteer at one spay/neuter clinic during the Clinical Affiliation. The participating clinics will be pre-arranged by VETN faculty and the associated animal rescue by VETN faculty and the associated animal rescue organizations and/or shelters. VETN faculty will be present at the clinics to instruct and supervise the students.
- Introduction to Veterinary Technology
- Computer Applications in Veterinary Medicine
- Veterinary Pharmacology
- Veterinary Clinical Methods I
- Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology I
- Veterinary A&P II
Prerequisites: “C+“ or better in VETN110G, VETN112G, VETN114G, VETN121G, BIOL111G, BIOL121G.