Veterinary Medical Technology Program
A Bachelor’s Degree Program
Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine (MSU-CVM) is the third college of veterinary medicine in the United States to offer a four-year Bachelor’s degree program in veterinary medical technology. Nationwide there are fewer than 20 four-year veterinary technology programs.
The MSU-CVM Veterinary Medical Technology (VMT) Program will graduate students who will fill positions associated with food animal, equine and small animal practices; public health organizations; federal and state regulatory agencies; animal related industries; laboratory animal medicine; animal and biomedical research; zoo and wildlife practices and shelter practices.
Mission Statement and Goals
The mission of the VMT program is to provide the environment and resources for veterinary technology students to acquire the knowledge, skills and behaviors that will prepare students for a para-professional career as a veterinary technologist and to instill the desire for lifelong learning to enhance their careers.
The VMT goals are to provide students with a:
Mrs. Karen Cook, VMT office
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Allison Gardner, DVM
Maralyn Jackson, DVM
Dana Cooper, CVT
Instructional Technician/Clinical Coordinator
Application Forms and Information
VTCARES - Veterinary Technicians Caring for Animal through Research, Education, and Skill
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