The Animal Production concentration trains students for employment in traditional broad-based animal agiculture such as livestock production, business, and services related to livestock. Ranching, extension, livestock consultants, market livestock analysis, meat grading and animal recreationalists are additional examples of professional career opportunities available. The following is a suggested sequence of courses for students seeking the Bachelor of Science in Animal Science with an Animal Production 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)