Goals

  • Graduates will exceed the average pass rate for both the national and state licensing exams.
  • The graduate will be able to properly classify medications commonly used in veterinary medicine.  In addition, he/she will be able to properly calculate and administer the appropriate dose of ordered medications.
  • The graduate will be able to apply proper, safe radiological procedures within the veterinary laboratory setting.
  • The graduate will be able to perform appropriate, effective and efficient diagnostic laboratory procedures within the veterinary laboratory setting.
  • The graduate will be able to perform proper nursing procedures within a veterinary setting.
  • The graduate will be able to successfully administer surgical assistance, postoperative care, anesthesia and dentistry within a veterinary setting.
  • The graduate will be able to identify and utilize safety and health regulations and policies on the care and use of laboratory animals, husbandry, care and importance to the environment while selecting or procuring exotic animals and animals used in research.
Meet Kaylee McCollum - Veterinarian and Baker Graduate

"I think Baker being a more career-oriented school makes it different than a lot of other major universities where they do have a lot of the big programs and everything but here it's very specific to what you need to do. They know what you need to know when you get out. They know what the job search is going to be like. They know exactly what you need before you leave."

- Kalyee McCollum Baker College Graduate
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