Professional Development

Your final academic goal is likely not a degree but a job. Course work is only part of the process of professional development, and the Department of Animal Sciences wants you to succeed by providing you a number of development opportunities.

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Internships and Experiences

Build your resume with experience, earn academic credit, or even land a job offer. (The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences requires all undergraduate students to complete at least one approved internship.)

Undergraduate Research

Go beyond the classroom and work with your peers on a research project.

Study Abroad

Travel to a foreign country to gain insight, learn new practices, experience different cultures, and understand different customs.

Honors and Scholars Program

Challenge yourself with advanced courses and in-depth study.

Employment

Make some money and learn how to budget your time.

Extra-curricular Activities

Co-curricular Activities

Enjoy personal development activities, social interactions, and opportunities to meet industry professionals.

Career Information

Put your degree and experiences to work. Find some helpful downloads as you prepare for your career.