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2023-2024 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Animal Science, Ph.D.


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About the Animal Science Doctoral Program


The doctoral program in animal science requires a dissertation and a minimum of 60 hours of graduate coursework as well as 12 dissertation hours, totaling 72 hours. Students may transfer in 30 hours of coursework from an M.S. degree (excluding thesis and seminar hours) if approved by the student’s advisory committee. Candidates for the Doctor of Philosophy in Animal Science may specialize in one of several areas of interest such as animal breeding and genetics, livestock or companion animal nutrition, reproductive or environmental physiology, animal health and epidemiology, animal behavior and welfare, growth and development, companion animal science, equine science, meat science, or food science.

Students who receive stipends have special responsibilities in research and teaching. These awards include waiver of nonresident tuition.

 

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