In the veterinary technology program at UNH, you work with animals from day one. UNH has extraordinary access to large animals with both equine and dairy herds on campus. Small animal clinical work takes place both on campus in the program’s full-service PAWS Veterinary Clinic and off campus in local animal shelters. After obtaining an associate degree in our American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accredited program, you will be qualified to take the Veterinary Technician National Exam. You may also explore transferring to the university’s four-year animal science major and obtaining a bachelor’s degree in two additional years with a full-time course of study. Watch our video to learn more.