Bachelor of Science
FVSU has the only four-year veterinary technology program in Georgia. The veterinary technology major helps students become highly knowledgeable in the use of equipment, computers, devices, and applications in the care of animals. FVSU’s veterinary technology program is designed to give students a broad based background in basic sciences as well as veterinary disciplines.
Professionals with veterinary technology backgrounds pursue careers in veterinary medicine, animal control, biomedical research, zoology, and pharmaceutical sales. They also work as lab technicians, surgery assistants, and animal nurses.
Students at FVSU can earn a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in veterinary technology.
The program is administered through the College of Agriculture, Family Sciences, and Technology.
Emerging Leaders Interactive Training and Experience Program (ELITE)
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Becoming A Veterinarian
FVSU graduates like Dr. Terrence Ferguson go on to become sought-after veterinarians.Learn more...
Meet the Faculty
FVSU’s Department of Agriculture, Family Sciences, and Technology faculty are noted scholars and practitioners.Learn more...
They Wrote the Book
FVSU faculty members Oreta Samples, George McCommon, and Anna Ellis, wrote six chapters in the ninth edition of “McCurnin’s Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians.” Learn more.Learn more...