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 How much education does it take to become a vet nurse?

Answer To become a veterinary nurse (known in the United States as either a veterinary technician or veterinary technologist) two to four years of post-secondary education is usually required. Veterinary ... Read More »
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How much schooling does it take to become a nurse?

There are three methods of training to become a nurse. A bachelor's degree lasts for four years. An associate's degree takes two to three years to complete, and a Diploma in Nursing can take more t... Read More »
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How much education is needed to become a registered nurse?

There are three different educational paths to becoming a registered nurse: a bachelor's of science, an associate's degree or a hospital diploma program. Bachelor's programs in nursing usually take... Read More »
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How much education does it take to become a veterinarian's assistant?

The average education needed for a veterinarian assistant is two years of college. You will need to enroll in a 2-year AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association) accredited program to become a... Read More »
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How much education does a pediatric nurse need?

Pediatric nurses may hold either a two-year associate's degree in nursing (ADN) or, preferably, a four-year bachelor's of science degree in nursing (BSN). Some study for 18 to 24 more months to ear... Read More »
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