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Program Info

Program

Animal Science - Nutrition
B.S. (Bachelor of Science)

Faculty Contact

Photograph of Johnson, Dr. Sandol
Johnson, Dr. Sandol
Title: Professor of Animal Science / Department Head of Animal Science
Office: SAB 114
Phone: 580.349.1508
Email: Email Web Form

Requirements

Total Hours: 124
  • General Education 41
  • Major 25
    • Ag 1011-Introduction to Agriculture Industry
    • Ansi 1124-Introduction to Animal Science
    • Ansi 3543-Animal Nutrition
    • Ansi 3643-Applied Animal Nutrition
    • Ansi 4113-Animal Anatomy and Physiology
    • Ansi 4333-Lvestock Breeding and Improvement
    • Ansi 4433-Animal Reproduction
    • Ansi 4463-Meat Science
    • Ansi 4862-Animal Science Seminar
  • Agronomic Electives 7
  • Agriculture Economics 3
    • Econ 2343-Agriculture Economics
  • Chemistry 15
    • Chem 1135-General Chemistry I
    • Chem 3315-Organic Chemistry I
  • Biology 8
    • Biol 1304-Principles of Biology I OR
    • Biol 1504-Principles of Biology II
  • Nutrition (select from) 16
    • Ansi 2112-Introduction Live Animal Evaluation
    • Ansi 3133-Livestock Entomology
    • Ansi 3743-Animal Diseases
    • Ansi 4543-Small Ruminant Science
    • Ansi 4643-Swine Production and Management
    • Ansi 4613-Beef Production and Management
    • Ansi 4763-Advanced Ruminant Nutrition
    • Ansi 4773-Advanced Non-Ruminant Nutrition
  • Controlled Electives 9
    • Sufficient courses to bring upper level hours to 40 credit hours and total to 124 semester hours for graduation.
  • Minor
    • Upon completion of the animal science major, the student will have sufficient courses for a minor in Natural Science. Hours designated for the chosen minor are included in the 124 semester hours required for the major.