Most veterinary assistants have a certificate or associate degree. The most common areas of study are Biology, Animal Sciences, and Zoology.

What degrees do veterinary assistants have?

The most common degree held by veterinary assistants is Biology, held by 15% of veterinary assistants. Other common degrees include Animal Sciences, and Zoology.

Get a detailed breakdown of veterinary assistants and the different types of degrees they hold:

Degrees that veterinary assistants hold

Degrees % of veterinary assistants
Biology 15%
Animal Sciences 9%
Zoology 2%

What level of education do veterinary assistants have?

Veterinary Assistants often have similar levels of education. 57% of veterinary assistants have a certificate or associate degree, with the second most common being a high school diploma at 34%.

Level of education that veterinary assistants have

Education % of veterinary assistants
No education 9%
High school diploma 34%
Certificate or associate degree 57%
Bachelor's degree 0%
Master's degree 0%
Doctorate 0%