Education, in general, is related somehow. Those taking higher studies will un-doubtfully concur with me. This is because, in technology, all subjects are interrelated in one way or another. Mathematics, chemistry, biology and physics depend on one another very closely. As such, those learning should put more efforts in order to achieve the best in their academic qualification.
Those aspiring to care for the animals should pursue degree programs related to veterinary in order to become a veterinarian. Basically, a person who aspires to be a veterinarian should take biological and physical related programs in higher education institutes and later enrol to accredited vet medical schools. After qualifying from higher education institutes, and being licensed, the veterinarian gains a new position of being certified to pursue further vet related studies.
Main topics that one should major in includes:
- Animal science
- Organic chemistry
- Inorganic chemistry
- Molecular biology
- Anatomy and animal morphology
The above fields are the most basic ones. However, one should also major in physics, biology and chemistry. Biology is the study of all living organisms while microbiology is the study of microorganisms. These two science branches enable the veterinarian to learn basic animal biology. It is very important as it gives the vet tips on how to respond to animal behaviour when treating them.
Chemistry is the study of solid, liquid, and gases (mater) and the changes that they undergo when subjected to a different environment. Study of chemistry enables veterinarians to understand how different chemicals react in an animal. It also helps them to understand how medicine administered to the animal works. Laboratory practical enables the learners to understand the importance of different molecules and their importance in the animals’ bodies.