In the State of Florida


Eastern Florida State College
At Eastern Florida State College, you can earn your Associate in Science which will have you on your way to becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician. For more information about the veterinary technician courses, please call 321-634-4565 You also can email the school, stop by its web page or stop by the campus at the street address listed below:

Eastern Florida State College
Veterinary Technology Program
1519 Clearlake Rd.
Cocoa, Florida 32922
Phone Number: 321-433-7675 or 321-433-759
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Florida A&M University
The mission of Florida A&M University's Veterinary Technology Program is to train students and inform community-based clientele and extension personnel in the application of research-based herd health programs designed to improve health, efficiency and management of food producing animals.

Veterinary Technology Program
4259 Bainbridge Highway
Quincy, FL
Phone number: 850-599-3000

Hillsborough Community College

At Hillsborough Community College, you can get an Associate in Science which will help you become a Certified Veterinary Technician. For additional details on the veterinary technician instruction, please call 813-757-2157  You may as well email the college, go to its web page or drop by the campus at the street address down below:

Hillsborough Community College
Veterinary Technology Program
PO Box 31127
Plant City, Florida 33631
Phone Number: 813-757-2157

Miami Dade College
At Miami Dade College, you can earn your Associate in Science which will teach you the necessary skills to become a Certified Veterinary Technician. For more information about the veterinary technician courses, please call 305-237-4473 .   You may as well email the school, stop by its web page or stop by the offices at the address below:

Miami Dade College
Veterinary Technology Program
950 NW 20th Street
Miami, Florida 33127
Phone: 305 237-4151

Pensacola State College
This two year, full-time program prepares students to perform entry -level skills as a Veterinary Technician. These skills are mastered through classroom instruction and supervised laboratory instruction. Each student will be assigned to a clinical work site throughout the program. The core courses of the program begin in August of each year.

Pensacola State College
Veterinary Technology Program
1000 College Blvd
Pensacola, FL 32504
850-484-1000 

St. Petersburg College
St. Petersburg College offers a four-year degree program in Veterinary Technology accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). This program is designed to give students the knowledge and skills to become administrators and leaders in the veterinary technology field.

The Veterinary Technology Associate in Science Degree Program from St. Petersburg College is AVMA accredited and available by distance learning. Veterinary hospital employees can earn the veterinary technician degree without giving up full time jobs or moving to St. Petersburg. Students applying to the Distance Education Program must meet the Admission Requirements, must have completed 18 of the 22 credits of general education & support courses, including all communications, math and biology courses, be computer literate, and must be working at least 20 hours per week for a veterinary hospital or veterinarian in order to be able to fulfill the Lab Requirement portions of the classes. Applicants should also be computer literate. It is helpful to have a personal computer and modem at home, but some students are using only the veterinary hospital computers. Students may start courses in August, January, or May.

St. Petersburg College
Veterinary Technology
PO Box 13489
St. Petersburg, Florida 33733
Phone 727-302-6711



 

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P.O. Box 924082, Princeton, FL 33092
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