The historical, biological, ethical, nutritional and economic issues of using animals to meet human needs. Prereq: Jr or Sr standing. Not open to students with credit for 597. GE cross-disciplinary seminar course.
Introduction to the methods available for bringing about genetic change in animals. Prereq: 2200.01 (200) and 2200.02, or 2300H (200H); and 2260 (260), HCS 2260 (260), Stat 1450 (145), AEDEcon 2005 (205), ComLdr 3537, or AEE 387. Not open to students with credit for 320.
Introduction to the historical, social, cultural, economic and legal frameworks within which current human-animal relationships have evolved. Prereq: English 1110, or equiv. GE writing and comm: level 2 and soc sci indivs and groups course. GE foundation social and behavioral sci 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. GE foundation math and quant reasoning or data anyl 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: Not open to students with credit for 2300H. GE nat sci bio course. GE foundation natural sci course.