Undergraduate Degree Information
Students in the Division of Animal and Nutritional Sciences are offered four different majors. In the Division, students take courses such as agricultural biochemistry, animal production, breeding and genetics, food science, nutrition, pathology, and physiology. All four degree programs have significant flexibility and permit students to obtain a broad background and to specialize in areas of interest. Information about the degree programs may be found below along with Course Descriptions within the programs and courses fulfilling the Cluster requirements. Not sure about what degree you want? Check this out.
- Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
- Bachelor of Science in Animal and Nutritional Sciences
Recommended "Pre-Vet" Schedule and Courses
(Please note: This is only a recommended schedule. Each students’ schedule will be different according to test results, class availability, etc. Talk with your advisor.)
- Course Descriptions