Externship for Veterinary Technicians I
Provides the opportunity to exercise and expand students' skills as veterinary technicians. Co-op students work in a local veterinary practice, zoo, laboratory facility or similar curriculum-related center. Experience will include both administrative and clinical aspects of veterinary practice. Approximately 15-20 hours of work per week plus a weekly seminar are required. Corequisites: VET 134 and VET 160 or Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in VET 134 and VET 160 and documentation of health insurance, and current rabies and tetanus vaccinations. Depending on when the course is taken, i.e. spring semester or summer session.