An overview of the genetics, nutrition, reproduction, and management of livestock and recreation species; introduction to animal behavior, animal disease, and biotechnology. Prerequisite: Animal Science major or Instructor permission.
ASCI majors or minors or instructor permission; Must sign up for a lab section A01 - A02; Open to Degree and CDE students; One mandatory Wed night session from 7:00-8:00, date TBD Lab Fee: $47.00
The course will provide an overview about the animal sciences, focusing on the breadth of the discipline and giving students the opportunity to become acquainted with the department faculty. An overview of the biological basis of animal nutrition, genetics, reproduction, lactation and health will be covered. Guest speakers will be featured to give insight about certain career professions.
1. To introduce students to the breadth of disciplines that make up the animal sciences and to acquaint them with the department faculty. 2. To provide an overview of the biological basis of animal nutrition, genetics, reproduction, lactation, and health 3. To broaden student understanding of the role of animals and animal agriculture in our society. 4. To assist students in developing informed positions on controversial issues in the animal sciences
Billings - Ira Allen Lh (View Campus Map)
to on Tuesday and Thursday
Given E E131 (View Campus Map)
to on Wednesday
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