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Animal SciencesThe Ohio State UniversityRoom 110 Animal Science Building2029 Fyffe RoadColumbus, OH 43210www.ag.ohio-state.edu/~ansci/

mission of the undergraduate program
Mission of the Undergraduate Program
  • The mission of the Animal Sciences undergraduate program is to educate qualified and motivated students in the animal sciences so they are equipped to gain entrance into and succeed in areas related to animal agriculture
philosophy of teaching
Philosophy of Teaching
  • The curriculum is designed to instill knowledge of, and to discover interrelationships between mathematics, statistics, and the physical, chemical, biological, social, and environmental sciences as related to animal production and well-being, and products of animal origin
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Philosophy of Teaching
  • The curriculum gives students a basic framework for lifelong learning and personal development, opportunities for critical thinking and debate, an international awareness, and acquaintance with ethical conduct in business, research, and animal or product handling
what is animal sciences
What is Animal Sciences?
  • Species to Study
  • Disciplines
  • Course Requirements
  • Internships
  • Honors Programs
  • Scholarships
  • Clubs
  • Careers
  • Life Sciences Minor
what puts the animal in animal sciences
What Puts the “Animal” in Animal Sciences?
  • Beef Cattle
  • Dairy Cattle
  • Horses
  • Turkeys
  • Chickens
  • Sheep
  • Swine
  • Companion Animals
what can you do as an animal scientist
What can you do as an animal scientist?
  • Population and Molecular Genetics
  • Nutrition
  • Physiology
  • Products / Food Safety
  • Management / Production
animal sciences major
Animal Sciences Major
  • College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
  • Animal Sciences Major
internship programs
Internship Programs
  • The primary purpose of an internship is to add value to the educational experience of students
  • An internship facilitates concrete experiences that encourage the link between theory and practice
the honors program
The Honors Program
  • The agriculture honors program is designed to meet the needs of academically gifted students
  • The honors program is based on the concepts of flexibility in course selection, enrollment in challenging courses, and an honors project
student clubs
Student Clubs
  • Buckeye Dairy Club
  • Horsemen’s Association of OSU
  • Poultry Science Club
  • Saddle and Sirloin Club
co curricular educational programs
Co-Curricular Educational Programs
  • Livestock selection and evaluation team
  • Equine selection and evaluation team
  • Dairy cattle selection team
  • Meats evaluation team
  • Poultry evaluation team
  • Academic quadrathlon
careers
Animal pathologist

Animal feed retailer

Animal geneticist

Environmental Technician

Embryo transfer technician

Commercial livestock producer

Feed sales representative

Meat inspector

Laboratory research scientist

Stockyards manager

Chemical sales representative

Breed association representative

Extension agent for 4-H

Feedlot manager

Pharmaceutical sales representative

Careers
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Agricultural extension service worker

Animal science college professor

Animal shelter manager

Artificial breeding technician

Seedstock producer

Clinical laboratory technologists for animals

Consultant for nutritional programs

Director of training and lessons for a horse farm

Environmental risk manager

Equine farm manager

Farm consultant

Farrier

Feed mill processing manager

Careers
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Guide Dogs for the Blind, Incorporated Licensed Instructor

Human resource manager

Inspector for the Food and Drug Administration

Insurance agent/broker for farms

Large animal trainer (horses)

Veterinarian

Sire analyst

Sire program consultant

State inspector for dairy

Teacher of agriculture in secondary schools

Waste management consultant

Wildlife biologist

Careers