Herd of sheep in field.

M.S. in Animal Science

Do You Want to Improve the Welfare of Animals, Nutrition and Food Safety?

The Master in Science in Animal Science graduate program helps students develop an industry-oriented, science-based education that prepares you for careers in animal agriculture or one of many industries associated with livestock production.

Learn more here.

Where You’ll Find Us

Plants in a greenhouse

B.W. Pickett Arena and Temple Grandin Equine Center

Learn equine handling skills and serve diverse clients at a place of healing, treatment, education and research.

Learn more about the B.W. Pickett Arena
Learn more about the Temple Grandin Equine Center

Teaching at ARDEC.

Agricultural Research and Development Center

Work directly with crops and livestock at this research and teaching complex — one of nine around the state.

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Working at JBS Global Food Innovation center.

JBS Global Food Innovation Center in honor of gary and kay smith

Operate food supply equipment and process food in this state-of-the-art laboratory. Food is sold through Ram Country Meats at the on-campus Where Food Comes From Market.

Learn more about the JBS GFIC

Interest
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Related Interests

  • Agriculture
  • Science
  • Animal Biology 
  • Nutrition
  • Genetics
  • Food Safety
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Related Careers

  • Branded Beef Companies
  • Breed Organizations
  • Cooperative Extension
  • Dairy Farms
  • Feed Companies
  • Feedlots
  • Livestock Service Organizations
  • Meat Scientist
  • Pharmaceutical Firms
  • Ranches 

Graduate Program Director

Dr. Pablo Pinedo

Please contact Dr. Pindeo in Animal Sciences with your graduate program questions:
pablo.pinedo@colostate.edu

Pablo Pindeo

Graduate Program Coordinator

Andy Runyan

Please contact Andy in Animal Sciences with your graduate program questions:
andy.runyan@colostate.edu

Andy Runyan