Explore genetics, physiology, behavior, welfare and nutrition. Obtain a broad overview of animal production systems and animal bio-science, and learn the science of breeding, feeding, care and management of agricultural animals. Expand your knowledge with electives, senior courses and undergraduate research projects. Build a career in veterinary medicine, the nutrition industry, animal care and welfare, or education and research.
The animal biology major, offered as part of the Bachelor of Science degree program, emphasizes the science underlying the practical husbandry of animals, primarily those used for food products but also companion and exotic species. You will acquire a broad overview of animal production systems and a detailed understanding of how these rely increasingly on our emerging knowledge in fields such as genetics, molecular biology, reproductive technology, nutrition, environmental physiology, behavior and welfare.
The program provides excellent preparation for students interested in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine. This program is offered and administered by the Department of Animal Bio-sciences.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,404|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,976|
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