The Department of Animal Sciences offers a certificate in Animal Nutrition to undergraduate students majoring in Animal Science. This certificate prepares students for careers that require specialized training in feeding and nutritional management of animals or for advanced studies in the field of animal nutrition.
Effective Fall 2017
A minimum grade of C (2.000) is required in each course with the traditional grade mode and a Satisfactory for each course with the S/U grade mode.
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|ANEQ 345||Principles of Nutrition: Equine Applications||3|
|ANEQ 420||Applied Nutrition--Computer Diet Formulation||3|
|ANEQ 476||Feedlot Systems||3|
|ANEQ 487A||Internship: Animal||1|
|or ANEQ 495||Independent Study|
|BC 351||Principles of Biochemistry||4|
|Program Total Credits:||14|