ANSC 101 Introduction to Animal Science

Credit: 3.0

Course Offered: Spring, Fall

Prerequisite Courses:

Instructor: Mickey Latour

Course Description:

The primary goal of this course is to provide an overview of many of the aspects, which contribute to Animal Agriculture. In doing so, the fundamentals of many overlapping processes will be covered such as nutrition, reproduction and digestion.

Method of Delivery: Primarily web-based exercises, textbook and online or paper examination. The course will consist of reading materials and a series of exercises to be completed by the student. Each exercise is on a web page. The student provides answers for each exercise on the web page and submits it electronically to the instructor. The instructor will provide the student with feedback on the answers. A sealed quiz or test will be sent to the proctor and is to be completed under the supervision of a proctor who must be a veterinarian, registered veterinary technician (not a veterinary assistant) or educator/teacher. The quiz or test is returned to the instructor for grading.

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