This month's Vet Science Basics course focuses on the most common terminology used in both veterinary and human medicine!

We will review common terms and meanings, Latin Prefix, Suffix and Root Words that pertain to both Animal and Human Anatomy & Physiology.

We will also practice skills that will help your student comprehend medical jargon and tricks to memorizing TONS of new information- Both of which will help your student in their academic career as a veterinary or anything else, for that matter.

This course is perfect for those who seek a future in human or veterinary medicine or those who just want to know what the heck they’re talking about while watching Grey’s Anatomy!

Each participant receives a certificate of completion. (Looks great on college applications)

*AAWL reserves the right to cancel Veterinary Science Experience if the minimum number of 3 registrations are not met 48 hours prior to the class. You will be notified via email if the program has been canceled.  This class is limited to 10 participants; there are no refunds or credits for no-shows.

Event Date

Saturday, November 14, 2020 - 9:30am to 12:30pm

Event Requirements/Prerequisites

  • This class is for teens, ages 13-17
  • Mask / Face covering is required

Event Location

Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA
Education Campus, 15 North 40th Place
85034 Phoenix , AZ
US

Event Contact

Education Team (602.273.6852 x122 | Eduadmin@aawl.org)

Price

$85.00