About the Program
The Department of Animal Sciences offers this concentration that is intended for students seeking careers in veterinary medicine, research, or technical services related to animal nutrition, growth and development, animal genetics, reproduction, animal well-being, and management. Those in this concentration should have a strong interest in and curiosity in discovery and have enjoyed their high school biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics courses. This concentration can be used as excellent preparation for professional careers such as human medical doctors, veterinarians, dentists, and employment in the nutrition, genomics, and pharmaceutical industries.
Animal Sciences Website
See ANSC Undergraduate Student Handbook for more information.
Animal Sciences Major Change (CODO) Requirements