New Visions: Veterinary Science

  • This is a one-year program for seniors that offers the students the opportunity to explore the various aspects of veterinary science and the possible career options in the field. General areas of instruction include animal behavior, animal handling and restraint, species and breed identification, animal anatomy and physiology, basic lab techniques, animal care, animal welfare, animal health and disease. Students will participate in internship programs at various types of animal care facilities. Students wishing to pursue a college education in animal science will have to be exposed to the basic knowledge and terminology needed for majoring in animal science or veterinary medicine. High school Regents living environment (biology) and chemistry are highly recommended prerequisites for this course.

     

    Instructor Joanne Daley's section

     

New Visions: Veterinary Science