Veterinary Science Certificate Program
The Veterinary Science Certificate Program provides students with the knowledge, motivation, and skills necessary to pursue their educational and career goals. The program also provides a sound platform for students who wish to pursue an associate, undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree in the veterinary science field. Open to students at participating high schools, 4-H programs, and as an independent self-study program.
Veterinary Science Curriculum (print and web-based)
The veterinary science curriculum was published by the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases (IIAD), a member of the Texas A&M University System, and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. This nationally recognized curriculum prepares students for careers as veterinary assistants. Curriculum includes 100 lessons, lesson questions, and activities.
Veterinary Science Apprenticeship
Students must be accepted into an internship trainee position, 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 or licensed veterinary technician.
Curriculum Resources (Print)
Curriculum Resources (Web-Based)
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