Veterinary Practice Management
Managing a business is at the heart of veterinary practices, yet, many vets and vet technicians have little experience with the economic side of running a successful veterinary practice. This major offers foundational coursework to prepare students for leadership positions in a variety of veterinary and animal-related businesses.
Why Study Veterinary Practice Management?
Managing a business is at the heart of veterinary practices, and yet many vets and vet technicians have little experience with the economic side of running a successful veterinary practice. The Bureau of Labor and Industry projects that the veterinary job market is projected to grow 20 percent from 2016 to 2026. Job applicants with management experience in the veterinary field will be in high demand for organizations that require administrative prowess.
Why You Should Choose Manor
The Bachelor of Business Administration in Veterinary Practice Management offers foundational coursework that prepares students for leadership positions in a variety of animal- and veterinary-related businesses. Due to students beginning their educational journey in Manor’s AVMA-accredited Program of Veterinary Technology, graduates of this program have the opportunity to become certified vet technicians while mastering skills to function as effective practice managers.
Note: Students transferring into the B.B.S. in Veterinary Practice Management must be a graduate of an AVMA-accredited program of veterinary technology.
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Students with a Veterinary Practice Management degree have job opportunities in the following areas:
- Operations Management
- Facilities management
- Pet grooming businesses
- Pet adoption coordinator
- Wildlife rescue care
- Veterinary office manager
- Veterinary hospital administrator
- Veterinary clinical manager
- Veterinary hospital director
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