The Meat Science concentration focuses on the areas of live animal evaluation, animal anatomy and physiology, beef, sheep and swine production, carcass evaluation, harvesting, meat inspection, marketing, sausage manufacturing, meat processing, economics and livestock management.
The following is a complete list of classes required to complete the Bachelor of Science in Animal Science with a Meat Science emphasis.
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: (21 credit hours)
Meat Science Adviser: