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South Carolina Association of Veternary Technicians
BAS in Veterinary Technology
Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas
Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas is now taking applications for its BAS in Veterinary Technology. This is a distance education 2+2 program with applicants having to already have an AS in veterinary technology from an AVMA accredited program offered by a school that is also accredited by the regional board that governs institutes of higher learning. Prospective students must also have a minimum GPA of 2.6, be computer literate, have completed required pre-requisite general education courses and meet other requirements for application. The program will offer 3 different tracks starting in the 3rd semester: companion animal, large animal/equine and business management. Each track will have a set of core courses and also allow the student to tailor the degree program by choosing elective courses in each track. Courses start August 26, 2013 and the deadline for submitting an application is 3 weeks prior to the start date of courses.

Visit Tarleton.edu for more information.

SC State Law requires all Veterinary Technicians to have 10 hours of continuing education (CE) every two years. The CE for each renewal period is counted from April 1st of the new year until March 31st of the renewal year. This means that the most current license renewal will allow you to count CE from April 1, 2013 until March 31, 2015.
Online CE Courses from Purdue Veterinary Medicine
Checkout the new online CE opportunities from Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine.

Purdue Veterinary Medicine is an authorized provider of Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Veterinarian Technicians.

There are new CE credit courses available in the following topics:
  • Small Animal / Exotics
  • Large Animal / Food Animal
  • All Species
  • World Veterinary Year & Diversity