An overview of growth and development on form and function of food animals and its impact on value. Prereq: 2200.01 or 2300H, and Biology 1113, and Soph standing or above; or permission of instructor.
Basic understanding of the global trends in animal sciences and the diversity of career opportunities within the industry, in addition to opportunities for undergraduate professional development. Students should plan to complete the course within the first year of enrollment within the major. Prereq or concur: 1100 or MeatSci 1100.
Increase the understanding by students to the challenges and opportunities within the Ohio and US dairy industries. As the economic climate changes and the consumer demands shift, the dairy industry must respond. Prereq: 2200.01 (200) or 2300H (200H). Not open to students with credit for 347.
Exploration of prominent scientists and emerging issues in animal biology research. Only open to students with 60 cr hrs or fewer. Prereq: Honors standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 299H.
An opportunity for students to study the culture; political, economic, and social framework; and dairy industry of another country. This course is offered in conjunction with AnimSci 3797.07 - Dairy Industry Outside the US. Concur: 3797.07. Not open to students with credit for 697.04.
Students will expand their understanding of the role that animals play in shaping society, culture, and economics within the US and the non-US destination identified in the 3797.02, 3797.03, or 3797.04. This course has 3 required Saturday field trips. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 248.
First course in a two-course series (2400.01 & 3797.01) designed to give students an appreciation for how world history, government, geography, and infrastructure can impact the equine industry within a society. Prereq: 2200.01 (200), 2221 (201), or 2300H (200H), and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 2 cr hrs.
Introduction to the historical, social, cultural, economic and legal frameworks within which current human-animal relationships have evolved. Prereq: English 1110 (110) or 111, or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 240. GE writing and comm: level 2 and soc sci indivs and groups course.
A study of the basic principles of genetics, breeding, reproduction, nutrition, behavior, and biotechnology as it applies to the molecular, cellular, and physical underpinnings of domesticated animal form and function. Prereq: Honors standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 2200.01. GE nat sci bio course.
Introduces students to the use of statistics in data analysis and interpretation. Students develop skills in quantitative literacy and logical reasoning. Prereq: Math 1130, 1148, 1150, or 1151. Not open to students with credit for AEDEcon 2205, ComLdr 3537, ENR 2000, HCS 2260, or Stat 1450. GE data anly course.