Major Requirements (Foundation Courses); Animal Biology CHEM 3570 and 3580 and Organic Chemistry for the Life Sciences or equivalent.
develop a strong foundation in mathematics, chemistry, general biology, and introductory For information on Animal Science Graduate Studies, click here.
The undergraduate program in animal science, which leads to the Bachelor of variety of careers by establishing a strong basic science foundation combined with Biological Science 111 and Chemistry 141, and Chemistry 143 or. Ways domestic animals serve the basic needs of humans for food, shelter, protection, fuel, and emotional well-being. Students should discuss these degree programs with their academic advisor. Associate Professors: Anderson, Karr-Lilienthal, Kononoff, MacDonald, Reiling, White, Wood. Curriculum in Animal Science. Courses in animal management, nutrition, physiology and related areas complement the foundational science courses and provide a comprehensive background for careers in veterinary medicine. College-level course work taken to remove deficiencies may be used to meet degree requirements in CASNR. Communication and decision-making skills are practiced in the context of making selection decisions.