Veterinary Technology

Veterinary Technology

If you're known as an animal person, Gwinnett Tech's got just the program for you! The Veterinary Technology program provides a one-on-one personal approach to caring for animals as a veterinary technician. Graduates of the program find jobs in this field at small and large veterinary medicine practices and zoos, as well as in research, veterinary product sales and development, and in academia. At GTC, you'll learn the specialized techniques to provide the best care and assistance to animals of all sizes.

​Gwinnett Tech's Veterinary Technology program is accredited by the Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities (CVTEA).

View the fact sheet for Veterinary Technology.

VTNE pass rates

Take the first step toward a top job in this field and apply for next semester. All the dates and deadlines you need to know are here on the website. If you're looking for ways to pay for your education, check out the scholarships for this program. You can also learn about our instructors, clubs and organizations and check out the advisory board to learn more about companies in this field.

Attend one of our monthly information sessions to learn more. View the schedule.

Information on gainful employment: Health Care Science

View our course catalog and check out these offerings:

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    Degrees

    • Veterinary Technology

    Diplomas

    There are no diplomas available for this program.

    Certificates

    • Veterinary Assistant

    • Healthcare Science – Pre-Veterinary

    Continuing Ed

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  • Bonnie Ballard
    Program Director, Veterinary Technology
    bballard@GwinnettTech.edu
    678-226-6347
    Ryan Cheek
    Instructor Veterinary Technology
    rcheek@GwinnettTech.edu
    678-226-6337
    Phil Klein
    Dean of Health Sciences
    pklein@GwinnettTech.edu
    678-226-6732
  • Veterinary technician positions are available in small and large animal practices, zoos, research, veterinary product sales and development and academia. Graduates can also work as a veterinary assistant or animal healthcare assistant.

  • Veterinary Technology Advisory Committee

    Jennifer Allen
    RVT

    Grayson High School

    David Bidaman
    RVT

    Bob Covington
    Merial

    Dal Dunagan
    RVT-Chair

    Brandee Long
    RVT

    Dr. Brad Miller
    Russell Ridge Animal Hospital

    Neal Turner
    Atlanta Pet Cremation Services

    Dr. Michael Wanchick
    Apalachee Ridge Animal Hospital

    Dr. Brad Wilson
    The Veterinary Clinic West

    Jennifer Wojteczko
    RVT-Co-chair

    Merial