Veterinary Technology Associates Degree Distance Education Program

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Associates Degree inVeterinary Technology

Available Online via Distance Education!

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Distance Education Program

Earn your Associates Degree in

Veterinary Technology

Online in as little as 18 months!

Platt College Distance Education offers an Associates degree in Veterinary Technology that is designed to provide in-depth study and training necessary to gain entry-level employment in animal health care.

Veterinary Technicians perform many of the same tasks for veterinarians that nurses and other professionals perform for physicians.

These tasks generally include:  general animal care; surgical assistance; medical treatments; laboratory tests, x-rays; anesthesia; radiology; and nursing and critical care.

Vet Techs typically work closely with Veterinarians in animal clinical health-care settings such as small or large animal hospitals or clinics.

As Vet Techs advance in their careers, many move to management and supervisory positions in animal health-care facilities and service companies.

AVMA Accreditation

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Platt College’s Veterinary Technology Associate Degree Distance Education program is currently considered an extension of our on-campus program which has initial AVMA accreditation. With initial AVMA accreditation graduates will be eligible to sit for the Veterinary Technology National Examination (VTNE).

AVMA accreditation is widely recognized as the gold-standard of accreditation for veterinary technology programs, and Platt College is proud to be amongst that elite group.

“This is a great honor and the result of hard work on the part of our students, faculty, and staff,” said David Liss, RVT, Program Director of the Alhambra campus. “I am very proud of Platt’s program and am ecstatic we have achieved this status within two years of launching the program.   We are proud the AVMA has recognized our ongoing commitment to Veterinary Technology education, and look forward to achieving full accreditation for our program at the earliest possible date.”

Veterinary Technology Passage Rates Statement

Platt College is currently applying to expand AVMA accreditation of the Veterinary Technology to include the Distance Education option.   With AVMA accreditation, graduates will be eligible to sit for the Veterinary Technology National Examination (VTNE) to become Registered Veterinary Technicians