Global Food and Agriculture
ANIMSCI 3600E The integration of food, agriculture, environment, resources, technology, culture, and trade on a global scale. Prereq: Honors standing. Not open to students with credit for 360 or 360E. Undergraduate 3.0 Columbus Lecture Animal Sciences ...
Equine Studies in Europe
ANIMSCI 3797.01 The study abroad experience will allow the students to be surrounded with a different culture, geography, community/government infrastructure, and history to directly compare how those aspects shape and impact the equine industry in that s ...
Equine Production and Management
ANIMSCI 4001 Application of scientific principles and best management practices in the areas of anatomy, physiology, genetics, reproduction, nutrition and health to the production of horses. Prereq: 3130 or 3131. Not open to students with credit for 541. ...
ANIMSCI 4003.01 Application of science and basic principles of nutrition, physiology, genetics, health, economics, meats, and housing in integrated management systems for modern swine production. Prereq: 3130 and 3140; or 3140E and 3150. Prereq or concur: ...
Small Ruminant and Pseudo Ruminant (Sheep, Goat, Llama, Alpaca, & Deer) Production and Management
ANIMSCI 4004.01 Application of science and basic principles of nutrition, genetics, physiology, and marketing to the production and management of small ruminants. Prereq: 3130, and 3140 or 3140E, and 3150. Prereq or concur: 3160, 3170, and 3200. Undergrad ...
Companion Animal Biology and Anatomy
ANIMSCI 4005 Anatomy, genetics, nutrition, physiology and behavior of dogs and cats. Human-animal companion relationships. Prereq: 3130, and 3140 or 3140H or 3140T, and 3170 or Micrbio 4000.01 or 4000.02. Prereq or concur: 3160 and 3200. Undergraduate 4.0 ...
Research with Distinction
ANIMSCI 4999 Conducting and reporting research with distinction. Prereq: CPHR 3.0 overall, and GPA 3.0 or above in major, and permission of project supervisor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 6 completions. This course is graded S/U. Undergraduate ...
ANIMSCI 5032 Principles of nonruminant nutrition: nutrients, metabolism and physiology. Includes practical feeding strategies for nonruminant animals. Prereq: 3130 (330), or Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for 630.02. Graduate Undergraduat ...
Nutritional Immunology in Animal Systems
ANIMSCI 5070 Principles of the role of nutrients in modifying the immune responses of animals and nutrient contributions toward animal health and well-being. Prereq: 3130 (330) or HumnNtr 2310 (310), or Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for ...
Comparative Animal Nutrient Metabolism
ANIMSCI 5530 Principles of nutrient metabolism as influenced by anatomical evolution and diet selection. Includes comprehensive discussions of nutrient handling in domesticated, captive and wild animal populations. Prereq: 3130 (330) or HumnNtr 2310 (310) ...