The department offers a Master of Science (Thesis and Non-Thesis options) in Animal Sciences. Students interested in graduate study within the field of Animal Sciences can select from specialty areas, such as nutrition, parasitology, silvopasture, breeding and genetics, reproduction and biotechnology, which are selected in consultation with an advisory committee. Cattle, poultry, goats and a variety of other domestic and laboratory animals are available for research. This program is flexible in terms of research and course work so that students can achieve their career-inspired and individual objectives. Students complete a total of ~30 credit hours that include a research (thesis option) or professional project (non-thesis option). Find out more about the animal science research program in this area HERE.
Program Coordinator: Chuck Okere