The Master of Science in Animal Sciences, Plan A consists of 30 credit hours, including the preparation and defense of an original research thesis. At least one peer review publication is expected for this effort. Students will study within one of the discipline groups of the department (i.e., beef and dairy systems management; breeding and genetics; livestock behavior and welfare; meat science and food safety; nutrition; reproduction; equine sciences) to prepare for future employment in the animal agricultural industries and/or the pursuit of a doctoral degree.

Effective Spring 2015

Lecture Courses 1, 225
ANEQ 792ASeminar: General1
ANEQ 699ThesisVar.
Program Total Credits:30

A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.