With a degree in veterinary technology, you can put your love for animals to practical use. In only two years, veterinary technology majors learn how to do many of the things that veterinarians do. Compare that with the eight grueling years it takes to earn a veterinary degree.
As a veterinary technician (VT) in training, you'll learn how to x-ray an arthritic dog, anesthetize a cat for spaying, and analyze blood samples. If you want to help veterinarians keep animals healthy and happy, this could be the major for you.