5 edition of Opportunities in Veterinary Medicine Careers found in the catalog.
April 3, 2001
by McGraw-Hill Companies
Written in English
|Contributions||Leonard F. Seda (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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Opportunities in veterinary medicine careers. [Robert E Swope; Julie Rigby] -- Presents a brief history of veterinary medicine and discusses the qualifications and education necessary to work in this field, as well as various career opportunities and professional associations.
Get this from a library. Opportunities in veterinary medicine careers. [Robert E Swope; Sarah Beth Mikesell] -- Presents a brief history of veterinary medicine and discusses the qualifications and education necessary to work in this field, as well as various career opportunities and professional associations.
Opportunities in veterinary medicine careers. [Robert E Swope] -- Presents a brief history of veterinary medicine and discusses the qualifications and education necessary to enter the field, career opportunities, and professional associations. Careers in Veterinary Medicine Become a veterinarian and make a difference.
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Preventing disease and healing animals is at the heart of what veterinarians do. But they also do so much more. Teachers, counselors, parents, and advisors play important roles in guiding students – including future veterinarians – toward rewarding careers.
So do AVMA members, who as working veterinarians talk with students in their local communities about the many career possibilities within veterinary medicine.
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The rest of the book is, as your blurb says, pretty complete and up to date. I think deciding to become a Veterinary Technician after two years at an unaccredited school earning $17, a year in order to play with kitties and puppies is a total waste of time.3/5.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) The world of veterinary medicine -- History of veterinary medicine -- Preparing for your future as a veterinarian -- The veterinarian in the twenty-first century -- Veterinarians in public service -- Veterinarians in industry -- Institutional teaching and research -- Veterinarians in the military -- Related careers: veterinary Pages: in the field of veterinary medicine, such as a local animal hospital or clinic, animal shelter or rescue.
If you are interested in veterinary medicine, you should talk to a veterinarian about their career. Veterinarians love the work that they do and they are willing to share information with interested future Size: KB. How to Prepare as a College Undergraduate.
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