Purdue-VetBloom Online Veterinary Nursing Program
This program is available to eligible Ethos employees
The Veterinary Nursing Distance Learning (VNDL) program is a science based veterinary nursing program offering an Associate in Applied Science degree. The VNDL program at Purdue University is designed to allow a student to gain the knowledge, information, and skills necessary to practice as a veterinary nurse.
Students may move through the program at their own pace and have the flexibility to take more classes per semester, allowing a student to potentially complete the Associate Degree curriculum in as little as three years.There are eighteen clinical mentorships which must be completed at a veterinary health care facility. Clinical Mentorships constitute the hands-on clinical portion of the degree. More mentorship information is available here.
The Purdue-VetBloom Online Veterinary Nursing Program allows Ethos team members to earn an Associate in Applied Science degree to realize your goal of becoming a credentialed veterinary technician.The AVMA accredited, science-based veterinary nursing program is self-paced, you complete the coursework on your schedule. You are not required to be in class at defined times, and the academic portion of the program is conducted remotely.
- Program graduates qualify to take the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE). This program has a 95% pass rate for the VTNE, the highest of any AVMA accredited online programs, and Ethos pays for your first attempt at the exam.
- Ethos also offers substantial scholarships for the program tuition.
If this sounds like something that might interest you, please take the next step in your career by joining the team at Ethos Veterinary Health.
Admission Requirements and Procedures
- High school graduation or equivalent (high school transcript required). If you have a high school equivalency, we need both the equivalency score report and the previous high school transcript.
- Minimum high school subject matter prerequisites (deficiencies may be made up with college-level courses, one 100-level or higher college course counts as two high school semesters):
- Science – 6 semesters (2 must be biology and 2 chemistry)
- English – 8 semesters
- Academic math – 6 semesters (View a list of college-prep math courses)
- Applicants must be 18 years of age prior to entering clinical courses.
- SAT or ACT scores required. The requirement for test scores is waived if the applicant has 24 graded hours in college or is 23 or older.
- Purdue University Admission Deadlines:
- Fall: July 1
- Spring: November 1
- Summer: April 1