Our Veterinary Technology – Wildlife advanced diploma and Companion Animal Physical Rehabilitation graduate certificate programs are the first of their kind in Canada.
Our programs are designed to give you an extensive amount of practice and real world experience working with domestic, laboratory and farm animals.
Our 10,000 square foot Veterinary Sciences Centre is a state-0f-the-art facility that features up-to-date labs and equipment, a surgery suite, animal grooming area, an underwater treadmill and animal living facilities.
The School of Veterinary Sciences usually receives animals from shelters and animal control facilities. Our professional staff and students work together to ensure these animals are nursed back to health, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and are physically and mentally prepared to find their forever homes.
Studying at Northern College’s School of Veterinary Sciences at the Haileybury Campus provides flexible learning options to meet your personal and career aspirations. Many of our students earn more than one credential so they develop a well-rounded skill set and graduate as versatile, adaptable veterinary science professionals. Our welcoming environment provides the perfect place for you to explore, learn and develop relationships and connections that will last a lifetime.
Graduates from Veterinary Technician or Veterinary Technologist – Wildlife Rehabilitation may obtain advanced standing equal to ½ (Veterinary Technician) or 3/4 (Veterinary Technologist – Wildlife Rehabilitation) towards a Bachelors of General Studies (120 credit) degree.
Articulation Agreements – Universities
|Program/s||Degree at Receiving University|
|Veterinary Technician and Veterinary Technology – Wildlife Rehabilitation||Thompson River (BC): Bachelor of General Studies|
|Note: The information above is subject to change without notice at the institution’s discretion.|
Our Veterinary Technician program is accredited by: