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Veterinary Office Administration

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Turn your love of animals and talent for administration into a rewarding career in the veterinary field.

Sheridan’s Veterinary Office Administration program teaches fundamental office administration and the specialized skills needed to work in a variety of veterinary settings.

 

 

More information is available in the Program Description tab.

Based on course prerequisites,the courses in this program should be taken in the following order:   OADM70017; OADM70018; OADM70019; OADM70021; OADM70020; OADM70022; OADM70023; OADM70024.  Please see individual course descriptions for specific details on the prerequisite(s) required for each course.

 

These courses are part of the Veterinary Office Administration Program.

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Compulsory Course(s)

Successfully Complete Eight (8) Courses

Animal Husbandry 2
Course Code:
OADM70021
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Animal Husbandry, Basic
Course Code:
OADM70019
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Veterinary Anesthesia
Course Code:
OADM70024
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Veterinary Lab Procedures
Course Code:
OADM70020
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Veterinary Office Skills and Procedures
Course Code:
OADM70017
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Veterinary Pharmacology, Basic
Course Code:
OADM70023
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Veterinary Surgical Procedures
Course Code:
OADM70022
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Veterinary Terminology
Course Code:
OADM70018
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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If you love animals, organizing day-to-day operations and the medical field, you may be suited for a career in Veterinary Office Administration. 
 
This program will help you become familiar with the practical processes of office administration as well as key concepts for work in veterinary care including animal husbandry, pharmacology and preparation for surgical procedures. 
 
Our courses are taught by experienced professionals who know the industry and can provide practical guidance to help students achieve success in the working world.

It is recommended students have proficiency in standard office-related computer skills, such as word processing and excel spreadsheets, prior to beginning this program.

 

A veterinary receptionist or administrator, you may be expected to open the office, respond to client questions or requests and book appointments. You will also gain knowledge of hospital procedures, operating instructions and veterinary terminology.