College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Animal & Avian Sciences

Program Requirements

Students in the ANSC major choose from one of five areas of concentration: Animal Care and Management, Equine Studies, Science/Pre-professional, Animal Biotechnology, or Combined Degree. These programs of study are designed to prepare students for future demands and challenges in agribusiness, production, research, science or veterinary medicine. 

Important update for 2016 - Make sure to read about our new Minimum Grade Policy!

Curriculum worksheets (a list of all degree requirements), sample 4-year plans, and benchmark contracts for all options can be found at the links below.

Students who enter the ANSC major Fall 2016 or after must use these materials.

Students who enter the ANSC major in Fall 2015 or Spring 2016 must use these materials.

Students who started or switched into the ANSC major prior to the Fall 2015 semester should use these materials. Students in this category also have the option to switch to the new (post-Fall 2015) curriculum if they wish to do so. Students wishing to change to the new curriculum must complete this form and submit it to the ANSC Undergraduate Office. 

Additional course planning resources are available in our Advising section!

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