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Michigan Vet Tech School


Veterinary Technician Michigan Educational Course of Study


The degree you will receive will be an Associate in Applied Science specific to the field of veterinarian technology from an accredited institution.

The program will consist of many diverse medical courses designed to prepare you to practice in this field. You will receive instruction in some of the following categories as it relates to the health and welfare of animals:

  • Nursing, nutrition and dentistry
  • Animal hygiene
  • Lab Sample Analysis
  • Surgery
  • Anesthesia
  • X-ray technology and MRI
  • Owner training in animal care

You will be able to find online or campus based Michigan vet tech schools that have approved programs. You may want to seek options that may allow you to obtain some of your degree in a distance learning experience.

What about continuing education?

At this time, the Michigan law that governs the field of Veterinary Medicine has no requirement for continuing education in order to renew your license. The only obligation you have is one of professionalism, as you want to make it a priority to stay current on new information in your field.

How much is a Veterinarian Technician paid?

A state licensed Veterinarian Technician in the state of Michigan may expect to receive an annual salary starting at approximately a $30,000 a year.

http://www.indeed.com/salary?q1=Veterinary+Technician&l1=Michigan

Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Veterinary Techs in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights, Ann Arbor and Lansing, Michigan can prepare themselves for careers at some of the best animal hospitals and facilities in the country.

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