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Earning a degree or certificate via distance education provides maximum flexibility for busy people:
Our distance education Veterinary Technology program includes:
Each hospital or clinic with a student employee in the DEVT program is required to provide a designated preceptor who acts as an in-house mentor to assist, tutor and provide feedback to students.
Get more information about DEVTP admission requirements, courses and tuition costs, and see getting started checklists.
In order to get started, you will need to register for your first course by calling the AAHA Member Service Center at 800-883-6301. Cedar Valley College will email your admission materials, which must be completed and submitted before you begin the course.
After registering, you should check your email daily for registration information required by Cedar Valley College. This information can also be obtained from www.devtp.org. Plan to enroll at least one month before courses start to allow time to complete and process documents. This will also allow you time to purchase and receive the books and materials required to complete your assignments.
Cedar Valley’s Distance Education Veterinary Technology Program (DEVTP) program includes:
The distance education program also offers these non-credit continuing education certificates jointly with the AAHA:
Our Vet Tech faculty members have not only relevant education and certifications but also real-world experience in veterinary medicine, so they can relate to the challenges you face at work. Our instructors work closely with you one-on-one, encouraging you and helping you to succeed in school and on the job. See profiles of some of the faculty and staff in our distance-education program.
If you have questions about the Veterinary Technology distance-education program that aren’t answered on our website, please feel free to contact us.