111: Introduction to Animal Science. 0-3-3. Introduction to the field of Animal Science with emphasis on breeds, terminology and basic husbandry practices of dairy and beef cattle, horses, swine, sheep and poultry.
113: Introduction to Animal Science Laboratory. 3-0-1. Practical application and study of the different areas of animal science.
201: Introduction to Poultry Science. 3-2-3. The principles and practices of breeding, incubation, nutrition, disease control, management practices and marketing of poultry.
202: Introduction to Dairy Science. 3-2-3. Preq., ANSC 111. Principles and practices of breeding, feeding and managing dairy cattle for maximum productivity with an introduction to processing and manufacturing.
204: Meat Animal and Carcass Evaluation. 3-2-3. Selection of carcasses and wholesale cuts of beef, pork, and lamb; factors influencing grades, yields, and values in cattle, hogs, and sheep.
211: Introduction to Equine Science. 0-3-3. A general survey of principles of horse management and husbandry, to include anatomy, unsoundness, nutrition, health and reproduction.
220: Introductory Horsemanship. 3-1-2. Introduction to methods and techniques for controlling and influencing the performance of horses.
301: Principles of Animal Nutrition. 0-3-3. Preq., ANSC 111 and CHEM 100 or 130. The source, chemical composition, and nutritive value of farm animal feedstuffs.
302: Testing Dairy Products. 3-2-3. Preq., BISC 214. A chemical and bacterial test of milk and milk products.
304: Dairy Manufacturing-Fluid Milk Products. 3-2-3. The sanitary production, transportation, processing, distribution, and public health inspection of milk and related products.
305: Dairy Manufacturing-Frozen Dessert Production. 3-2-3. The manufacture of ice cream and frozen dairy products.
306: Dairy Manufacturing-Cultured Dairy Products. 6-1-3. Manufacture of butter, various types of cheese, and other cultured products. Defects, packaging, and merchandising of butter and cheese.
307: Endocrinology and Milk Secretion. 0-3-3. Development, structure and functional processes of the endocrine and mammary systems.
309: Anatomy and Physiology of Animals. 3-2-3. Preq., BISC 130. The structures and functions of the tissues and organs of animals.
315: Meats. 6-1-3. Methods and practices involved in the processing and preservation of meats.
318: Physiology of Reproduction. 0-2-2. Preq., ANSC 307. Physiology of reproduction of domestic farm animals. Embryology and anatomy of reproductive systems; gametogenesis, fertilization, gestation and parturition.
322: Horse Behavior/Training I. 5-1-3. Preq., ANSC 211 or equivalent experience. Horse behavior and application of principles of psychology to halter breaking, lead training and grooming weanlings/yearlings; preparation of horse for competition.
324: Yearling Foal Management. 8-1-2. Preq., ANSC 211 and 322. Techniques of halter breaking, lead training and grooming weanling/yearling foal using pressure-release behavior modification techniques.
330: Intermediate Horsemanship. 3-1-2. Preq., ANSC 220 or equivalent experience. Intermediate methods and techniques for controlling and influencing the performance of horses.
340: Horse Evaluation. 3-1-2. Preq., ANSC 460 or equivalent experience. Detailed evaluation of the horse. Influence of comformation and performance. Use of oral and written defense of judgements.
401: Animal Breeding. 0-2-2. Principles and application of animal breeding, including gene frequencies, heritabilities, inbreeding coefficients, selection and mating systems. (G)
405: Applied Animal Nutrition. 3-2-3. Preq., ANSC 301. A review of applied nutritional practices and management, and ration formulation for beef and dairy cattle, horses, swine and poultry. (G)
407: Dairy Production. 3-3-4. Preq., ANSC 202. Principles and practices in breeding, feeding and management of dairy cattle.
408: Swine Production. 3-2-3. Principles and practices of breeding, feeding, marketing and management of swine. (G)
409: Animal Pathology. 3-2-3. Preq., BISC 214 or 260 and ANSC 307. The etiology, symptoms, prevention, control and eradication of the major diseases of farm animals. (G)
410: Beef Production. 3-3-4. Preq., ANSC 301 or 405. Breeding, feeding, marketing and management of beef cattle. (G)
411: Horse Production. 3-3-4. Preq., ANSC 211, 318, 405. Principle and practices in breeding, feeding, and management of horses. (G)
418: Assisted Reproduction Techniques. 3-2-3. Preq., ANSC 318. Application of assistive reproductive techniques in animals. Includes semen evaluation, processing, and preservation, artificial insemination, embryo transfer, pregnancy diagnosis, and other management techniques. (G)
420: Horse Behavior/Training II. 5-1-3. Preq., ANSC 322 or equivalent experience. Horse behavior and application of principles of psychology to ground driving, breaking and training 2- and 3-year old horses; preparation of horses for competition.
425: Special Problems in Animal Science. 1-4 hours credit (8). Preq., Written consent of instructor. Foal management and sale preparation; steer fitting and showing; or topic selected with consent of adviser.
430: Dairy Plant Management. 6-1-3. Preq., ANSC 302, 304, 305. The management problems of dairy processing and manufacturing plants.
440: Equine and Livestock Operations. 0-3-3. Preq., ANSC 411 or equivalent. Study of unique aspects of procuring and operating different categories of horse units and relationships of such units to other livestock and farm enterprises. (G)
450: Advanced Animal Breeding. 0-3-3. Preq., ANSC 401 or consent of instructor. Advanced Quantitative Genetics principles applied to horses and livestock. Emphasis on theory and application of variance, selection, inbreeding and crossbreeding, scale, threshold and correlated characters. (G)
460: Advanced Horsemanship. 3-1-2. Preq. ANSC 330 or equivalent experience. Advanced methods and techniques for controlling and influencing the performance of horses.
470: Veterinary Techniques. 4-2-3. Preq., ANSC 309, 409, or special permission. Applications of veterinary diagnostic, therapeutic, and prophylactic techniques used in control of animal diseases. (G)