Animal Health Management
The Animal Health Management concentration provides the courses necessary to train students properly in the area of management pertaining to disease prevention. This concentration is desirable for those students seeking employment in feedlots, cattle and horse breeding operations, and in where knowledge of clinical pathology and related courses is advantageous to the profession. The curriculum meets the requirements for state and federal employment opportunities in the field of animal health. The following is a suggested sequence of courses for students seeking the Bachelor of Science in Animal Science with an Animal Health Management Concentration.
MAJOR (minimum 54-55 credit hours total, 36 credit hours advanced)
Animal Science: (30 credit hours)
Natural Resource Management: Select 3-4 credit hours from
Concentration: (20 credit hours)