Reproductive Physiology

Reproductive Physiology

This concentration prepares students for careers in the field of animal reproduction--breeding, research, teaching, business and for advanced study in the animal sciences. The following is a complete listing of courses required for students seeking the Bachelor of Science in Animal Science with a Reproductive Physiology concentration.

MAJOR (minimum 54-55 credit hours total, 36 credit hours advanced)

Animal Science: (30 credit hours)

  • 1101 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences
  • 1401 General Animal Science
  • 3308 Agricultural Statistics
  • 3315 Behavior and Management of Domestic Animals
  • 3317 Livestock and Wildlife Nutrition
  • 3406 Meat Science
  • 4304 Reproductive Physiology
  • 4305 Agricultural Genetics
  • 4306 Control of Domestic and Wildlife Diseases
  • 4317 Senior Capstone

Natural Resource Management:  Select 3-4 credit hours from

  • 1402 Agronomy
  • 2301 Range Resources
  • 2302 Wildlife Resources
  • 3405 Horticulture

Concentration: 21 credit hours

  • 3302 Swine Production and Management
  • 3309 Sheep and Goat Production and Management
  • 3402 Beef Cattle Production and Management
  • 4307 Reproductive Techniques
  • 4310 Artificial Insemination of Farm Animals
  • 4314 Andrology
  • 4315 Embryology

Advisor:
Dr. Scott Ericsson, Professor
P. O. Box C-11
Alpine, TX 79832
Phone: 432-837-8200
Fax: 432-837-8409

Animal Science