Veterinary Science Pathway
The Forsyth Central Veterinary Science Program is a new CTAE pathway offered at Forsyth Central. Established in 2020, this program ends with a Vet Tech Certification for pathway completers!
The Veterinary Science Pathway utilizes the 3 Circle Model established by the National FFA Organization in 1928.
- The classroom curriculum focuses on animal care and behaviors, internal and external anatomy, and animal production and genetics.
- The SAE is the Supervised Agricultural Experience which is a personalized career-readiness curriculum designed to prepare students for life OUTSIDE of the classroom
- The FFA is the premier student-led leadership organization in the United States with over 760,112 members in all 50 states and Puerto Rico! The FFA provides leadership opportunities and career-readiness skills through competition and leadership training events.
Veterinary Science Pathway Courses
Discusses all aspects of agriculture from agricultural mechanics, soil conservation, economics, safety, forestry, plants, and animals
Focuses on animal production, animal internal anatomy, animal care, genetics, and animal disease
Vet and hospital safety, sanitation protocols, vet terms and vet technology (stethoscope, otoscope, and ophthalmoscope), common vet tech procedures (pulse, animal restraints, fecal floats, calculating and administering medication, etc.) and animal nutritionFor more information, contact:Lorie Skorich(770) 887-8151, extension 110511Twitter: @FchsAg