Regulations


Bachelor’s Degree In Veterinary Technology

After successful completion of first, second and third semester subjects the candidate may proceed to study further for the Bachelor’s degree

THIRD YEAR FIRST SEMESTER

Experiental learning I

EXP1VET

0.500

THIRD YEAR SECOND SEMESTER

Applied Veterinary Technology II

AVT201T

0.500

Experiential Learning I

FOURTH AND FIFTH YEAR

Entrepeneurial Skills

EPS101T

0.060

Project: Veterinary Technology IV

PJA401T

0.280

Research Methodology: Natural Sciences

Project: Veterinary Technology IV (Re-registration)

PJA401R

0.000

Research Methodology :Natural Sciences

RMN201B

0.100

In addition to the above mentioned subjects two of the following subjects must be selected.

Molecular Biology IV (Year subject)

MLB400T

0.280

Biochemistry III

Parasitology IV

PRY401T

0.280

Helminthology III

Protozoology III

Veterinary Entomology III

Pharmacology and Toxicology IV

PTX401T

0.280

Biochemistry III

Reproduction Technology IV

RPT401T

0.280

Biochemistry III

Virology IV

VIR401T

0.280

Virology III

Veterinary Bacteriology IV

VTB401T

0.280

Veterinary Microbiology III

Links to African Council websites

Veterinary Statutory Bodies in Africa
http://www.rr-africa.oie.int/en/RC/en_vsbs.html

Veterinary Council of Namibia
http://www.van.org.na/section.php?secid=10

Veterinary Council of Zimbabwe (department of livestock and veterinary services)
http://www.dlvs.gov.zw/

Kenya Veterinary Board
http://kenyavetboard.org/

Veterinary Council of Tanzania
http://www.mifugouvuvi.go.tz/vertinary-council-of-tanzania/

Botswana Veterinary Association
http://www.bva.org.bw/bva_content.php?id=2

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