Worldwide Online Bachelor's Degree Programs (letter V)

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If you like caring for all creatures, great and small, then a career in veterinary nursing could be for you. We offer the only veterinary nursing degree in Scotland, plus a professional qualification and excellent career prospects. You'll gain direct entry to the appropriate level of a part-time veterinary nursing degree, depending on your qualifications, and will be allowed to study some modules by flexible learning.
This course is aimed at experienced qualified veterinary nurses and graduates from the FdSc Veterinary Nursing course. It allows you to develop your academic qualification to honours degree level, widening career options and earning potential in the veterinary sector.
The veterinary technician (Associate in Applied Science) and technologist (Bachelor of Science) degrees prepare graduates to be integral members of the veterinary healthcare team.
With a strong studio-based focus, this major explores a diverse range of two and three dimensional materials and techniques, including drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture.
The intention and emphasis of the visual communication design degree programs is the preparation of students for the graphic design and illustration professions. Specifically our program develops technical proficiency and design expertise in the organization of imagery and typography to communicate information in both the two-dimensional and three dimensional form. Our students produce work for print, video, screen displays and interactive experiences, as well as package design, exhibition design and environmental wayfinding.
The Bachelor of Vocational Education and Training program aims to graduate students who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, practices and values inherent in contemporary understandings of best practice in vocational education and training, particularly as these understandings are reflected in the expectations of industry and key training organisations.