Applications for the Veterinary Technology associate degree pathway at Edison State Community College are currently being accepted.
The Veterinary Technology associate degree pathway provides training in animal husbandry, restraint, nursing, surgical preparation and assistance, drug administration, anesthesia, laboratory techniques, dentistry, and radiography.
Students of the program are prepared to enter private practices, emergency hospitals, specialty offices (including but not limited to internal medicine, cardiology, anesthesiology, research facilities, diagnostic laboratories, and zoos.) Veterinary technicians are required to work under the supervision of a licensed
Edison State and Upper Valley Career Center (UVCC) are
in the process of developing an agreement which provides UVCC Veterinary
Science students with the option to receive dual college credit for coursework
at Edison State, given they meet the necessary requirements. In addition, two
Edison State lab courses will be conducted in the new Veterinary Science
building at UVCC via a joint usage agreement between the two institutions.
Veterinary Technology program requirements and applications must be completed and received by Monday, July 29, 2019, to begin the program in Fall 2019. For more information, email
Elizabeth Bingham Veterinary Technology Program Director.