Course Work in Animal Science
UW General Bulletin
Animal Science Bulletin
Graduate School Bulletin
Animal Science Courses
Food Science Courses
The Department of Animal Science and the Department of Veterinary Sciences have combined their efforts to offer several degree options leading to the bachelor of science degree in animal and veterinary science (ANVS). Courses in animal science, food science and pathobiology are the core offerings in the various options.
Agriculture, in the broadest definition, is the nation's largest industry. Livestock production is Wyoming's largest agriculture enterprise. Animal agriculture and its associated industries offer many opportunities for the interested student. The various options provide maximum flexibility to meet the changing needs of students and their employers. For students interested in pursuing advanced, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are offered. Degree options allow for specialization and graduate or professional school preparation.
A grade of C or better must be earned in the following courses when the courses are required in the individual option for completion of the degree: ANSC 3010, ANSC 3100, ANSC 4120, ANSC 4540, ANSC 4630, FDSC 3060, PATB 4110.