COMPANION ANIMAL & EQUINE DISEASES
Applies medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, and directional terminology as it relates to disease processes. Focuses on disease etiology, symptoms, transmission, diagnosis, prevention, and control as it relates to companion animal and equine diseases. Learners will examine the impact of various diseases to properly handle diagnostic samples. Toxic plants and other substances, as well as, reporting and monitoring of federally regulated diseases will be explored.
Prerequisites: 10-091-214 VERTEBRATE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 1 and 10-091-200 ANIMAL MANAGEMENT. Condition: Accepted to Veterinary Technician Associate Degree.
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|Class Number||Status||Start/End Date||Last Date to Register||Instruction Mode||Campus||Meeting Information||Pricing|
Aug 29 –
|Sep 3||In Person||Wausau||
Aug 29 – Dec 14
10:00AM - 11:50AM
AG CTR Classroom AG213