Veterinary Science Certificate Program
This nationally recognized program prepares students for careers as veterinary assistants and provides a sound platform for students who wish to pursue an associate, undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree in veterinary science. Available through participating high schools, 4-H programs, and as an independent self-study program.
Students must complete 100 lessons, lesson questions, and a minimum of 50 activities in their chosen career track (i.e., clinical, One Health, or laboratory)
Students must complete an apprenticeship, either in a salaried or unpaid role in clinical or nonclinical career fields of the veterinary profession. After sufficient observation hours, student must gain a minimum of 500 hands-on work hours acquiring skills and competencies under the supervision of a veterinarian (DVM) or licensed veterinary technician (LVT).
Print Curriculum Resources
Web Curriculum Resources
Web-based resources are available through Texas A&M AgriLife Exension Conference Services at: agriliferegister.tamu.edu
- Veterinary Science Teacher Resources
- Veterinary Science Teacher-Assisted Curriculum
- Laboratory Science Teacher Resources
- Laboratory Science Teacher-Assisted Curriculum
- One Health Science Teacher Resources
- One Health Teacher-Assisted Curriculum