Animal Science

Develop an industry-oriented, science-based education that focuses on food-producing animals while learning technical, practical, and business skills involved in livestock production.

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Equine Science

Develop in-depth scientific knowledge of the horse and apply those principles to the growing industry. Gain a broad understanding of the business, recreational and production aspects of the industry.

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Ph.D. in Animal Science

Study breeding and genetics, livestock/beef management systems, livestock behavior and welfare, meat science/food safety-microbiology
nutrition and reproduction.

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M.S. in Animal Science

Develop an industry-oriented, science-based education that prepares you for careers in animal agriculture or one of many industries associated with livestock production.

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Agricultural Literacy Minor

Offers students an integrated set of courses in agricultural education. Pursue content in animal sciences, plant sciences, food products and processing, or natural resources.

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Ph.D. in Bioagricultural Sciences

Conduct research in plant abiotic stress or the microbes, insects, and weeds that threaten the safety and sustainability of our food supply. Learn how ecosystems function and how to protect them.

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Agricultural Education Major – Agricultural Literacy Concentration

Learn and educate around the science, business, and technology of agriculture, food and environmental/natural resource systems. Develop an integral of a complete agricultural system. Agricultural literacy is the synthesis, instruction, and communication of basic information about agriculture to the public.

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Entomology Minor

Discover the basic and applied science of the study of insects and other arthropods such as ticks and mites. Help build a healthier food system for a growing world while protecting the environment.

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Plant Health – Minor

Apply the knowledge gained in biology courses to real world problems. Learn how microbes, insects, and weeds impact food production, urban landscapes, forests, rangelands, and other ecosystems.

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