Veterinary Sciences

Students enrolled in the Veterinary Assistant program will experience a wide variety of care and management techniques throughout the program. They will gain a solid foundation in the Veterinary Sciences program on which to build a post-secondary degree and entry level employment skills.

Students will learn to maintain medical records, schedules, offer client education, explore authentic laboratory procedures, and assist with nursing and preparation for surgical duties; along with routine exams. They will learn how to execute basic animal examinations with dogs, cats and smaller animals brought in by instructors and staff.

To learn more about Veterinary Sciences, watch the video above, see the information below about our instructors and check tabs to your right to learn about earning industry certifications and college credits. See you school counselor to sign up for a tour and apply for the program.

Career Paths

Trainer, Veterinary Assistant, Control Officer, Groomer, Veterinarian and more.

College Credits

Manor College (1). A.W. Beattie is developing new agreements with local colleges and universities.

Courses of Study

Examination Room Procedures, Small Animal Nursing, Surgical Assisting and more.

Industry Support

Thank you to our Occupational Advisory Committee.
Learn more.

Instructors

Megan Chuckery
Mrs. Megan Chuckery, BS, RVT, CVT
412-847-1883; megan.chuckery@beattietech.com
Jen Evanitsky, AST, CVT
Mrs. Jen Evanitsky, AST, CVT
412-847-1886; jen.evanitsky@beattietech.com

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