Tag Archives: veterinary technology degree

Plymouth Student Spotlight: Abbigail Christensen

Whether Minnesota School of Business is the end of the academic road for you or the beginning,  I found incredible value in everything I have learned here. Currently, I am in the Veterinary Technician program and will graduate in December of 2015. When I started I was only trying to make it through school. Now it’s
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Veterinary Technology Student Says Life is Too Short to Not Pursue Your Passions

Darcie Bauer was a hair stylist for over a decade when a loved one suddenly got sick and passed away. That experience made her realize that her lifelong passion for animals was something she wanted to pursue, and she decided to begin her education in Veterinary Technology at the Minnesota School of Business – Lakeville
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The Vet Tech Student’s Guide to Success

The excitement of the veterinary technology degree program at Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville can be seen immediately when visiting the veterinary technology building on campus. Students are engaged in a clinic setting, participating in a variety of real-life experiences that directly relate to their future careers. For many vet tech students, the Student Chapter of
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Investing in the Future: Kids Get a Look at the World of Veterinary Medicine

Applied learning projects are a crucial part of the learning experience at Minnesota School of Business. The projects provide our students a “real world” opportunity to apply the skills they are learning while in class to a project within our community. For veterinary technology degree students at the Shakopee campus, a recent Junior Veterinary Technology
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4 Secrets to Success in College and Beyond

In her first quarter at the Lakeville campus of Minnesota School of Business (MSB), Sabrina Edwards has made quite an impact on the campus and local community. We are proud to call Sabrina our Student of the Quarter for summer 2013. Sabrina enrolled at MSB in the veterinary technology degree program after she made the decision to fulfill
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What’s Located at Latitude 61.194905, Longitude 149.842601?

Home is where the heart is. It is also where you strike gold by finding a great job in a location with a wilderness that is as undiscovered as one’s new home. That is what Ruth Lambert, a veterinary technology degree graduate, found out when she discovered and accepted a veterinary technology job at College
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3 Ways Veterinary Technology Students Prepare for Success

Hands-on learning is one of the major reasons that students choose to attend Minnesota School of Business. For students in the veterinary technology degree program at the Lakeville campus, the spring 2013 quarter brought a variety of experiential learning. Whether it was performing surgeries as part of class, teaching youth about caring for their pets,
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How Vet Techs View the Wild Side of Domesticated Dogs

Minnesota School of Business-Rochester veterinary technology degree students learn how to perform basic barium tests as part of their career preparation. The test allows veterinary professionals to detect on X-rays foreign objects consumed by an animal. In the history of wild animals, dogs were known to hunt for their food long before humans got involved.
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Improving the Odds: 24 Homeless Cats, Dogs Just Became More Adoptable

On Saturday, Jan. 26, 15 veterinary technology degree program students from Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee joined faculty, community members, local veterinarians and veterinary technology graduates to host a spay and neuter clinic on campus. Participating students included those currently enrolled in the Introduction to Veterinary Technology and Application of Veterinary Clinical Skills classes. The clinic
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What Do a Vet Tech, an Accountant and a Mayor Have in Common?

Words of wisdom. At college graduation time, such words inspire newly-minted graduates to reach for the stars and succeed in their career pursuits. On Dec. 21, 2012, a veterinary technology graduate, an accountant and a mayor all shared their words of advice with staff, faculty, students and their families during the Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville
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