Veterinary Assistant Certification II explores the basic systems of animals. The course discusses animal cells and tissues, explores the skeletal, circulatory, respiratory, renal, reproductive, digestive, nervous, endocrine and immune systems. The course also covers basic animal health and nutrition and explores veterinary sciences careers.
Although it's not a prerequisite, we highly recommend the Animal Science I and II courses prior to Veterinary Certification I and II courses. If you plan to work in a large animal clinic, we also highly recommend classes such as Beef, Sheep, Swine, Poultry and Equine Sciences.
|This course offering is made possible through an alliance with ND CDE and the Nelson Academy of Agricultural Sciences.|
This computer generated PDF syllabus provides an exact outline of all topics and assignments presented to the student.
This is a single semester (0.5 credit) course. The MIS03 code for this course is: 01067
This course is designed to be completed in a 20 week semester. Students may extend the time for completion to 40 weeks by re-purchasing the course as a Course Extension before the end of the 20 week enrollment.
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MIS03 Code: 01067
Mode of Instruction: Asynchronous
Course Maximum Completion Length: 140 Days (20 Weeks, 0 Days)
Course Syllabus: LMS Generated PDF File