(ABHS) Program encompasses the science and management of
domestic species, including physiology, reproduction, genetics, nutrition, and health
of livestock and pets. Our program is consistent with the institution’s
land-grant mission of teaching, research and extension. With excellent faculty,
state-of-the-art facilities, work and research opportunities, the program has
all the resources that are necessary to give students an education in the ever-growing
field of Animal Sciences.
program has been carefully designed to provide practical skills balanced with
basic scientific knowledge to qualify students from an urban or rural
background for employment in a wide variety of animal-oriented occupations.
options are available in the Animal Bio-Health Sciences program including
courses in anatomy and physiology, feeds and feeding, nutrition and metabolism,
breeding and genetics, reproductive physiology, and production and management. In
addition, the Animal Bio-Health Sciences program’s curriculum prepares students
for admission to all veterinary colleges in the United States.