oklahoma state university animal science


ANSI5623 Livestock Behavior and Environmental Interaction. ANSI3903 Agricultural Animals of the World (I). The program builds Development of an understanding of the importance of meat in the diet and part of global agriculture. ANSI4203 Rangeland and Pasture Utilization. hours beyond the bachelor's degree, or a minimum of 60 credit hours beyond the master's skills. Description: Basic concepts of population genetics as related to theoretical animal breeding, including heritability, genetic correlations, selection methods, inbreeding and heterosis. those animals. Performance of various maneuvers including halter breaking, saddling, longing, driving, and riding. A student enrolling in a degree program must have been accepted by an advisor prior Description: Physiology of development of the ruminant digestive tract; the nature of, and factors controlling digestion and absorption from the tract to include the relative nature and roles of the rumen bacteria and protozoa. The OSU Department of Animal and Food Sciences sponsors the dairy cattle, livestock, Concepts to improve housing accommodations, management strategies for animals to improve animal and human well-being and to use behavior as a tool for assessing welfare and improving human-animal interactions. Description: Factors influencing nutrient requirements of ruminants for maintenance, growth, reproduction and lactation, and their implications with regard to husbandry practices and nutritional management of livestock. ANSI5573 Techniques in Animal Molecular Biology.

ANSI5102 Ethics and Professionalism in Animal and Food Science. Description: Species adaptability, product standards and requirements, areas and types of production, processing and distribution of products, includes meat animals, dairy and poultry. Field trips required. prerequisites for the professional school of their choice while completing a B.S. degree in a related discipline. Theory of operation of major laboratory equipment. May not be used for degree credit with ANSI5433. so that their plan of study meets their needs. Learn the science and production practices of beef, horse, goat, poultry, sheep, swine Description: Critical evaluation and knowledgeable communication on the design, analyses, and reporting of animal science and food science research. Description: Interrelationship between the stress axis and other biological systems that can impact health and well-being of animals. May not be used for Degree Credit with ANSI5833. Description: Form and function of livestock and poultry. These students will complete required Properties of meat and their influence on water-binding, pigment formation, texture and fiber characteristics.Same course as FDSC4213. Contact hours: Lecture: 3 Lab: 2 Contact: 5, Schedule types: Lab, Lecture, Combined lecture and lab, Department/School: Animal & Food Sciences. Contact hours: Lecture: 1 Lab: 2-10 Contact: 3-11, ANSI3414 Form and Function of Livestock and Poultry. Description: Application of scientific knowledge, management principles, and research advances to modern stocker and feedlot cattle operations. May not be used for degree credit with ANSI5910. Unique metabolic characteristics of nonruminant species contrasted with ruminant animals. Special emphasis on advertising, promotion, marketing and sales. and food industries. course preparation for veterinary medicine. ANSI5123 Functional and Molecular Endocrinology. Previously offered as ANSI 3523. Genetic principles and inheritance of particular equine characteristics and common genetic disorders. Description: Investigation of livestock and forage interactions that impact productivity in the utilization of rangeland and improved pastures. Offered for variable credit, 1-12 credit hours, maximum of 12 credit hours. May not be used for degree credit with ANSI4633. Description: Advanced evaluation and pricing of meat animals. Same course as ANSI 4632. The teams have a combined total of more than 40 national championships May not be used for Degree Credit with ANSI5803. Prerequisites: ANSI1124 and BIOL1114 or (BIOL1113 and BIOL1111) or consent of instructor. Description: Development of muscle and its transformation to meat. animals, including companion animals and livestock species (horses, beef and dairy Same course as FDSC2233. Graduates are exposed to topics from physiology, nutrition and genetics Description: A critical analysis of the objectives and methods of research in the area of animal science. awarded by the Ferguson College of Agriculture and its departments annually. Learn moreabout the animal sciencemajor, potential career paths, and opportunities available Course previously offered as ANSI 4632. Open only to students continuing beyond the level of the MS degree. Maximum credit requires a six-month internship in addition to a report and final examination. Description: Beef cattle breeding, nutrition, reproduction, health and disease prevention, life cycle management of the calf crop, as well as marketing alternatives for the producer. Includes both Western and English disciplines. Prepare for veterinary school by completing the pre-veterinary requirementswhile You can receive valuable, hands-on experience at the departments 15 farms and research May not be used for Degree Credit with ANSI5643. Oral and written reports. Description: Development of muscle and its transformation to meat. national reputations in competition. students interested in pre-professional health, nursing and law. Contact hours: Lecture: 2 Lab: 3 Contact: 5, ANSI4523 Pet and Companion Animal Management.

Development of oral and written communication skills of technical concepts in animal science. Description: Current concepts, management principles related to pet and companion animal species and their roles in society. and species production classes of their choice to enhance their knowledge and understanding dairy cattle, goats, horses, poultry, sheep and swine) and companion animals. May not be used for Degree Credit with ANSI5633. Concepts related to practical ways to improve housing accommodations, management strategies for animals that improve animal and human well-being use of behavior to assess the adaptability of animals in their environments. The Pre-VeterinaryAnimal Science option allows students to The department sponsors five judging teams: dairy cattle, horse, livestock, meat and Development of a comprehensive ranch management plan. Description: Application of genetic, physiological, microbiological, nutritional, and engineering principles to the efficient production of swine. Animal science graduates are presented with knowledge in a broad variety of fields Description: Meat and meat product composition. Description: Selected undergraduate students work as peer leaders for learning teams for Animal Science courses. May not be used for degree credit with ANSI4333. Contact hours: Lecture: 1 Lab: 4 Contact: 5. efficiently and effectively. Offered for variable credit, 1-6 credit hours, maximum of 6 credit hours. Description: Physiological and endocrine factors affecting growth and performance of domestic animals.

The OSU Department of Animal and Food Sciences strives to develop life-long learners who understand science, can think creatively a graduate assistant. The units house quality ANSI3312 Advanced Meat Animal Evaluation. The doctor of philosophy degree in animal science requires a minimum of 90 credit Description: Application of farm and ranch land procurement and management principles with beef cattle acquisition, breeding, nutrition, reproduction, health, life cycle management, marketing, and economic analysis of the commercial cow-calf enterprise.

Previously offered as ANSI 1223. Description: Equine management techniques - understanding equine behavior and anatomy. Hands-on experience with basic molecular biology techniques, including DNA cloning and quantitative measurement of mRNA and protein expression in eukaryotic cells. Fundamentals of energetics as related to animal performance. ANSI2253 Meat Animal and Carcass Evaluation. Our departmentoffers an excellent pre-vet option anddirects the pre-professional Same course as FDSC3310. Same course as ANSI6110. Description: Analysis of scientific literature regarding carcass composition, quality and palatability. Description: Principles of major basic animal molecular biology techniques in gene cloning and expression. May not be used for degree credit with ANSI4553. The departments Undergraduate Research Scholars Program provides you with valuable Description: Basic techniques of equine training. Introduction to behavior and training of the horse, techniques of safe handling based on the principles of equine behavior. Offered for variable credit, 1-3 credit hours, maximum of 3 credit hours. Description: Meat and meat product composition. Understand the financial concepts of animal agriculture and how to apply those concepts Discussion of current DNA based technologies, such as detecting, locating and measuring effects of quantitative trait loci (QTL), genetic markers, gene mapping methods and whole genome selection. Description: Collection, handling, and processing of biological materials. Description: Application of genetic, physiological, microbiological, nutritional, and engineering principles to the efficient production of swine. Description: Integrated approach to animal behavior and animal-environment interactions as it relates to health, productivity, and overall well-being to food animals. Analysis and active learning of dairy production systems using farm visits and field techniques laboratories. the classroom to real-world scenarios, whether in class or as a student employee. May not be used for Degree Credit with ANSI4203. Farm and Ranch acquisition, management, including the stocker and/or feedlot phase. Same course as FDSC4333. Mya not be used for degree credit with ANSI3333 and FDSC3333. Previously offered as ANSI 1111. Prerequisites: STAT5013 or concurrent enrollment. Description: Anatomical and basic chemical and physical characteristics of meat animals studied. a solid foundation in research methods to better prepare you for industry and academic ANSI5753 Animal Nutrition Techniques and Laboratory Methods. As a graduate assistant, you can expand and apply your knowledge Within the animal science major,students select an option (predefined emphasis area) General Education and other Course Attributes: International Dimension. Analysis and active learning of dairy production systems using farm visits and field techniques laboratories. Science with an option in Pre-Med or Biotechnology. Written and oral reports. Prerequisites: ANSI3433 and ANSI 3443 and ANSI3653. year of their bachelors degree. Animal science is the science and business of domestic Offered for variable credit, 1-12 credit hours, maximum of 12 credit hours. Same course as FDSC5102. facilities encompassing 13,000 acres. Description: Applied selection of meat animals using principles of genetics, animal breeding, and phenotypic evaluation in real world selection scenarios to predict the value of breeding and market livestock. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSAG). ANSI3212 Advanced Dairy Cattle Evaluation. Overview of technology used to evaluate carcass quality factors. Description: Special problems in areas of animal science other than those covered by the individual graduate student as a part of his/her research and thesis program. Description: Reliable, science-based, on-farm and slaughter welfare assessment systems for cattle, pigs and poultry as well as a methodology to convey welfare measures into understandable product information. Theory and applications of the various techniques. Admission to the graduate program requires a bachelor's degree in animal science, ANSI1124 Introduction to the Animal Sciences. Description: Advanced evaluation of type traits as they relate to longevity and profitability in the dairy cow. Maximum credit requires a six-month internship in addition to a report and final examination. Description: Current topics and trends in the horse industry. Description: Current concepts and production principles of the dairy cattle industry including value of milk products, milk marketing, physiology of lactation, reproduction, nutrition, mastitis, and housing. Ferguson College of Agriculture. Gain a basic understanding of animal science paired with exceptional communication undergraduate deficiencies and require measures to attain proficiency. Description: Designed for students participating in undergraduate research in Animal and Food Sciences. Inherited conditions, the underlying genetic mutation if known, genomic technologies used to identify the mutations if unknown, and development of genetic tools to assist in canine and feline genetic testing and selection programs. Examination of emerging genomics technologies. Description: Aspects of animal waste management related to animal nutrition, system design, land application, socioeconomic issues and environmental impacts. Prerequisites: ANSI1124 and ANSI2123 or ANSI3543. and skills under the supervision of faculty or staff. General concepts of stress physiology, brain mechanisms, cellular pathways, and intercommunication of physiology, behavior, immunology, growth and development, reproduction/lactation, health, and disease. Description: Independent research planned, conducted, and reported in consultation with a major professor. of animal agriculture. Prerequisites: ANSI2233 or ANSI2253, CHEM1215 or equivalent. Description: A critical review and study of the literature; written and oral reports and discussion on select subjects. ANSI3533 Equine Management and Production. Basic principles of equine nutrition, reproduction, marketing, exercise physiology, health care, coat-color genetics, behavior and welfare. The application of scientific principles to the processing and economical utilization of meat animals, as well as in the manufacture of meat products emphasized in the laboratory. Offered for variable credit, 1-6 credit hours, maximum of 6 credit hours. For students competing on collegiate judging teams. Offered for 1 credit hour, maximum of 3 credit hours. Description: Nutritional, biochemical and clinical aspects of protein metabolism as it relates to nutritional status. Same course as FDSC5213. dairy science or poultry science, or in closely-related biological sciences or biochemistry. and lead the animal and food industries with confidence. Description: Advanced evaluation of beef cattle, sheep, and swine. The application of scientific principles to the processing and economical utilization of meat animals, as well as in the manufacture of meat products emphasized in the laboratory. Description: Training in current biotechniques used in protein, hormone, and molecular genetic research in food and animal science. Techniques in the molding and forming of meat; sausage formulation; curing; quality control; and cost analysis. May not be used for Degree Credit with ANSI5913.
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