Most veterinary technologists have a certificate or associate degree. The most common areas of study are Animal Sciences, Biology/Biological Sciences, Veterinary/Animal Health Technology/Technician And Veterinary Assistant, and Zoology/Animal Biology.

What degrees do veterinary technologists have?

The most common degree held by veterinary technologists is Animal Sciences, held by 15% of veterinary technologists. Other common degrees include Biology/Biological Sciences, Veterinary/Animal Health Technology/Technician And Veterinary Assistant, and Zoology/Animal Biology.

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

Degrees that veterinary technologists hold

Degrees % of veterinary technologists
Animal Sciences 15%
Biology/Biological Sciences 12%
Veterinary/Animal Health Technology/Technician And Veterinary Assistant 9%
Zoology/Animal Biology 3%

What level of education do veterinary technologists have?

Most veterinary technologists have the same level of education. 81% of veterinary technologists have a certificate or associate degree, with the second most common being a high school diploma at 12%.

Level of education that veterinary technologists have

Education % of veterinary technologists
No education 0%
High school diploma 12%
Certificate or associate degree 81%
Bachelor's degree 4%
Master's degree 3%
Doctorate 0%