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VET 1102 Introduction to Veterinary Technology I

This course will introduce the student to veterinary medicine: the history, marketing systems, economic impact, and legal and current interests. Students will learn to identify a variety of species of animals and breeds within those species. Students will discuss reproductive practices, nutritional impact of feedstuffs, animal husbandry, animal behavior, preventive care and common diseases seen with a wide variety of animal species. Finally, students will be introduced to the human-animal bond and the impact of geriatric medicine and euthanasia on the veterinary technician.

Prerequisites: None

Course Outcomes
  • Identify the historical, legal, ethical, and professional parameters that impact the practice of Veterinary Technology.
  • Discuss occupational health and safety in the Veterinary environment.
  • Identify and describe the ideal organization for effective management within the veterinary hospital. Describe the differences and similarities between a range of veterinary practices.
  • Identify appropriate behavioral cues, restraint techniques, husbandry techniques, nutritional and reproductive management for success and health of a variety of species. Develop an understanding of appropriate preventive care maintenance plans for a variety of species.
Credit Hours: 2
  • Classroom: 2 hours
  • Division: Health Sciences
  • Department: Veterinary Technology
  • Repeatable Credit: No
  • Offered Online: No
Available Sections
Blended Learning
Downtown Dayton Campus
Bldg 9, Rm 107
Faculty: Foreman
Term: Spring 2024
Format: Course meets in person on scheduled days and times with additional online content. Check the schedule to confirm the days and times your class will meet in-person. Requires computer and high-speed internet.
Open Seats: 22
Meets: TH from 5:00PM to 6:50PM
Section: N01
Open Seats: 22
Meets: TH from
5:00PM to 6:50PM
Section: N01