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  1. Herdwick Country Cook Book by Hugh Southgate, Therese Southgate, 2002-10
  2. The Jungle Book (Oxford Bookworms Library, Level 2) by Rudyard Kipling, Tricia Hedge, 2000-08-17
  3. Livestock reproductive management: Course no. ANS 6905, spring 1985 by A. C Warnick, 1985
  4. The role of the hypothalamus in the secretion of pituitary hormones (LTH, STH, ACTH) in the course of lactation in sheep by Eugeniusz Domanski, 1976
  5. The Oxford Bookworms Library: Stage 3: 1,000 Headwords The Wind in the Willows (Bookworms Series) by Kenneth Grahame, Tricia Hedge, 2000-08-17
  6. OBWL4: Black Beauty: Level 4: 1,400 Word Vocabulary (Bookworms Series) by Anna Sewell, Tricia Hedge, 2000-08-17
  7. The Oxford Picture Dictionary English/Japanese: English-Japanese Edition (The Oxford Picture Dictionary Program) by Norma Shapiro, Jayme Adelson-Goldstein, 1998-08-06
  8. See How Cats Grow (See How They Grow) by Kathryn Walker, 2009-01

courses include Bachelor of Applied science (BApplSc of science (BSc) BSc Agriculturalscience For those BSc animal science - For the next generation of


Continuing Education
Undergraduate Opportunities
The Massey University Vet Students Association (MUVSA) also maintains a home page on the Internet.
Postgraduate Opportunities
... in Animal Science ... in Veterinary Science ... in Medical Laboratory Science A selection of Research projects available to students in 2003 is available in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format. A list of possible

Postgraduate Opportunities in animal science. Why undertake Advanced Studyin animal science? Career opportunities for graduates in animal science
Postgraduate Opportunities in Animal Science
Why undertake Advanced Study in Animal Science?
New Zealand's economic wealth is based largely on the export of quality animal products and live animals, including not only traditional domesticated livestock such as cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry, but also deer, goats and fish. Animals also fulfil other important roles such as: companions for people, partners in recreation, models for human nutritional and medical research, and as part of the natural environment. Animal industries face numerous ongoing challenges including the need to develop high quality animal products (both food and fibre) tailored to meet the requirements of, and be acceptable to, the consumer. Continuing improvements in animal performance and productivity are required to maintain international competitiveness. Other important issues for people working with animals include improving the health and welfare of production, companion and recreational animals and the adaptation of new technologies for the benefit of animals. Study in Animal Science is designed to produce graduates with a sound understanding of how animals function and behave, and who have the ability to develop further areas of specialised interest. This will be achieved by: working with animals; examining, interpreting, discussing and challenging existing research evidence; conducting personal work which is original and innovative, and debating the ethical, political and economic consequences of important issues.

83. Online Degrees In Agricultural Education, Agribusiness, And Animal Science
Bachelor of science in Professional Agriculture The course study encompasses threemajor areas animal ecology and You select the remaining courses, 14 credits
Online graduate and undergraduate degrees in agriculture, agribusiness, agricultural engineering, dairy science, agricultural education and animal science.
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Agriculture Degrees

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Browse the learning categories above or search below to find the courses you want. Tip: enclose your search phrase in "quotes" for better results.
Online Agriculture Degree Programs
Athabasca University
Two leading educational institutions, the University of Guelph and Athabasca University, have teamed up to offer the world's first electronically delivered MBA focused uniquely on agriculture:
  • MBA in Agriculture
    offers students the opportunity to study with other producers and agribusiness professionals – to take full advantage of a wide range of agricultural expertise and experiences – and to provide a custom-made network.
Athabasca University is a fully accredited member of AUCC. Iowa State University
Iowa State University offers the following degrees in agriculture:
  • Bachelor of Science in Professional Agriculture The course of study encompasses three major areas: animal ecology and sciences; agricultural social sciences and economics; and plant and soil sciences. The agricultural course work, a minimum of 45 credits, is a well-rounded mix of topics.

84. Animal Sciences ANSC Courses - Graduate Catalog Spring 2002 - University Of Mary
Graduate courses for ANSC animal science. Schedule of Classes Fall Winter Spring Summer (Only current and next semester available).
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Graduate Courses for ANSC
Animal Science
Schedule of Classes: Fall Winter Spring Summer
(Only current and next semester available) ANSC 401 Fundamentals of Nutrition (3 credits)
Prerequisite: CHEM 104 and ANSC 212. Recommended: BCHM 261.
A study of the fundamental role of all nutrients in the body including their digestion, absorption and metabolism. Dietary requirements and nutritional deficiency syndromes of laboratory and farm animals and humans. ANSC 412 Introduction to Diseases of Animals (3 credits)
Two lectures and one laboratory period per week. Prerequisite: MICB 200 and BIOL 105.
This course gives basic instruction in the nature of disease: including causation, immunity, methods of diagnosis, economic importance, public health aspects and prevention and control of the common diseases of sheep, cattle, swine, horses and poultry. ANSC 413 Laboratory Animal Management (3 credits)
A comprehensive course in care and management of laboratory animals. Emphasis will be placed on physiology, anatomy and special uses for the different species. Disease prevention and regulations for maintaining animal colonies will be covered. Field trips will be required. ANSC 415 Parasitic Diseases of Domestic Animals (3 credits)
Two hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ANSC 412 or equivalent.

85. WVU - CAFCS Animal And Veterinary Science Courses
courses. Course descriptions will be added in the near future.
Course descriptions will be added in the near future

86. Immunology Courses At UMass Amherst
Immunology courses. at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Revised January2002. Martz, Norkin, Cooley. animal Pathology. animal science 372. 3 cr.
Immunology Courses
at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Revised January 2002. Direct corrections to Eric Martz
Back to Immunology at UMass
Click on the link for a course to get the detailed description. To find out when the course is scheduled, consult the current UMass schedules or contact the instructor (email is linked after each course).
  • Infectious Disease and Defense Microbiology 320 . 3 cr. Fall semesters only, MWF 1:25-2:15. An introduction to innate and adaptive immune responses in animals (40% of course), infectious microorganisms and how they evade animal defenses (40%), and plant infectious disease and defense (20%). Martz , Norkin, Cooley.
  • Animal Pathology Animal Science 372 . 3 cr. Spring semesters only, TuTh 1:00-2:15. Introduction to animal diseases and immunity. Topics include infectious organisms, infection and the immune response, and specific diseases of selected companion and production species. Principles of vaccination and preventative management discussed. Bedford-Guaus
  • Infection and Immunity Animal Science 472 . 4 cr. Spring semesters only. Introduction to immunology and how mammals control pathogenic organisms including bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and helminths. The lab includes sample collection, preparation, and analysis of serologic and cellular responses.

87. Curriculum In Animal Science
426, 429, 434, 451, 470, FS HN 405, 410 A minimum of 15 credits in this categorymust be earned from courses taught in the animal science department at ISU.
Curriculum in Animal Science
Credits Degree Requirements Interpersonal and
Public Communication Skills:

Engl 104, 105, 302 or 314;
Sp Cm 212;
Lib 160;
Communications-intensive requirement* Mathematical Sciences:
Math 150;
Stat 101 or 104 or 227 Physcial Sciences:
Chem 177, 177L;
BBMB 221 or Chem 231or Chem 331 Biological Sciences:
Biol 201, 201L; 202, 202L or B M S 329; Biol 301 or Gen 320; 3 credits Microbiology, including laboratory; and an environmental-intensive requirement Personal Development, Human Relations, and Global Awareness: a minimum of: - 3 credits in humanities; - 3 cr. in social sciences; - from approved lists: 3 cr. in ethics, 3 cr. in international awareness

88. Animal Science Units
animal science. animal Nutrition 221 animal Metabolism, Feedlot Management. animal science 100/200 - An to animal Production Systems. animal science 300 - animal Production and
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89. Animal Science Department At Cornell University
University of Connecticut Department of animal science Homepage Degree Options, Scholarships, Careers, Teams/Clubs Research
Animal Science Text Only Web Page

frames page: Animal Science at Cornell University Last updated September 30, 1999.
For problems or comments on this web page, contact the Animal Science Webmaster

90. Ag Undergraduate Courses
Fall 2003 courses. Livestock Improvement through animal Breeding Course animalScience (An S) 352, section XW Principles of qualitative and quantitative
CALENDAR ISU EXTENSION ISU HOME PAGE CONTACT US COURSE INDEX A B C D-E ... Home To ensure you have the latest information, we update course listings regularly on this site. We no longer publish a print catalog. College credit courses by delivery
by discipline

... Extension news Fall 2003 Courses Livestock Improvement through Animal Breeding
Course: Animal Science (An S) 352, section XW

Principles of qualitative and quantitative ge netics applied to creating change in domestic animals. Impact of selection and mating schemes in achieving breeding program goals. Applications and impacts of biotechnological advancement in genetic manipulation.
Prerequisites: course in statistics, Biology 201 (Principles of Biology I), course in genetics
Dates: August 25-December 19
Delivery method: online
Credit: 3 undergraduate or nonmajor graduate credits
Tuition: undergraduate $543; graduate $840

91. UWA - Undergraduate Courses - Rural Studies
Many universities and higher education institutions offer animal Sciencecourses, so why should you choose to come to Aberystwyth?
Further information Admissions Tutor - Jane Guest
Telephone (01970) 621614
Fax (01970) 611264
Email irs-enquiries@

Institute of Rural


Office Telephone (01970)

Animal Science at Aberystwyth
BSc Honours Animal Science (D306 ASci)
Agriculture with Animal Science (D4D3 AgAS)
Behavioural Biology Equine Science (D322) Many universities and higher education institutions offer Animal Science courses, so why should you choose to come to Aberystwyth? The Aberystwyth Animal Science courses are uniquely beneficial because you will enjoy:
  • An outstanding range of facilities and a high-quality learning environment which is friendly safe and secure The considerable flexibility of the courses which allow specialisation in an area of Animal Science of your choice.

92. U.W.A. - Undergraduate Courses - Equine Science
Related courses. Equine science BSc (Hons) D322 Scheme length 3 offers you a broadbasedanimal science degree with
BSc Equine Science Equine Studies
Admissions Office
Fax: (01970) 611264
Institute of Rural Studies
Office Telephone: (01970) 624471 Course brochure
Course Structure
UCAS Entry Profile Equine Studies at Aberystwyth ...
Institute of Rural Studies Web Site

Related Courses Equine Science Equine Studies Business and Equine Studies HND Equine Studies HND Equine Science
BSc (Hons) D322 Scheme length: 3 years This scheme offers you a broad-based animal science degree with an opportunity to specialise in equine science. It builds on the Institute's acknowledged excellence in animal science research and well-established reputation in equine science teaching. By providing a scientific and technical training, the scheme will prepare you for a professional career in the equine industry and its allied services. In addition, the broad foundation of this scheme will also enable you to pursue a wider range of career opportunities in competition with other animal science graduates. The Equine Science degree scheme offers you the flexibility of studying abroad, taking a year out or taking an industrial placement. You are strongly encouraged to gain some experience because this significantly enhances your employment potential. Our wide range of contacts within the equine industry is helpful in finding an appropriate work placement.

93. Dairy Science Home Page
Return to animal science Homepage By Mail Department of animal science Universityof WisconsinRiver Falls 410 South 3rd Street River Falls, WI 54022.

94. UWRF Food Science
Food science and Technology The Department of animal and Food science offersa fouryear undergraduate degree in Food science and Technology.

Food Science Home
Food Science Major Animal Science Major Dairy Science Major ... Food Science Club
Food Science and Technology The Department of Animal and Food Science offers a
four-year undergraduate degree in Food Science and Technology At this time, our program DOES NOT offer any graduate M.S. or Ph.D. degrees. What is Food Science?
Falcon Food Store
Careers in Food Science Workshops and Special Projects ... Employment Opportunities in the Food Science Department For Information By Mail: Department of Animal and Food Science
University of Wisconsin-River Falls
410 South 3rd Street
River Falls, WI 54022 By Phone: By E-Mail:
By Fax:
UWRF Admissions Office
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Send Comments or Concerns to: Doreen Cegielski Last Modified: Wednesday, 03-Jul-2002 09:00:20 CDT 12/29/00

95. Department Of Animal Science And Animal Health, Denmark
200303-20, 130000, Aud. 3-14, Reduced use of Veterinary Drugs in Organic DiaryHerds – potentials and consequences, Organic animal production, Ph.D. defence,

96. University Of Manitoba: Department Of Animal Science - Programs & Courses
Department of animal science Faculty of Agricultural Food sciences University ofManitoba Winnipeg, MB, Canada - R3T 2N2 Tel (204) 474-9383 Fax (204) 474


97. Information About Required English, Animal Science, And Elective Courses
. The primary goal of this course is to provide......animal science 101V (fulfills ANSC 102 requirement for VTDL students).Course
VTDL homepage Resources for Current Students VTDL Documents Information about required English, Animal Sci..... Animal Science 101V
(fulfills ANSC 102 requirement for VTDL students) 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. Module Topics:
  • Animal Agriculture - overview the trends in agriculture within the US and other countries. Animal Nutrition - understand the basics of ruminant and nonruminant nutrition as well as for horse and pony. Genetics - understand single and two gene crosses, bases of replication, transcription, and translation, and genetic selection. Digestive Physiology - understand the anatomy and function of various organs. Also, review the process of absorption and cellular processing of nutrients. Food Safety - overview the hazards associated with not food, especially when mishandled.

98. Agricultural And Food Scientists
For prospective animal scientists, these technical agricultural science coursesmight include animal breeding, reproductive physiology, nutrition, and meats
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Agricultural and Food Scientists
Nature of the Work Working Conditions Employment Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement ... Sources of Additional Information
Significant Points
  • A large proportion, about 41 percent, of salaried agricultural and food scientists works for Federal, State, and local governments. A bachelor's degree in agricultural science is sufficient for some jobs in applied research; a master's or doctoral degree is required for basic research.

Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top The work of agricultural and food scientists plays an important part in maintaining the Nation's food supply by ensuring agricultural productivity and the safety of the food supply. Agricultural scientists study farm crops and animals, and develop ways of improving their quantity and quality. They look for ways to improve crop yield with less labor, control pests and weeds more safely and effectively, and conserve soil and water. They research methods of converting raw agricultural commodities into attractive and healthy food products for consumers. Agricultural science is closely related to biological science, and agricultural scientists use the principles of biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and other sciences to solve problems in agriculture. They often work with biological scientists on basic biological research and on applying to agriculture the advances in knowledge brought about by biotechnology.

99. Animal SciencesREMBachelor Of ScienceREM (Equine) - Bachelor Of Science
PHYS 102, 103, 181, 182; V SC 401R, 405 2. 1 course from BIOC 460, 462A B. AnimalScience courses complete AN S 313, 315R, 395A; N SC 408 C. Equine courses

General Catalog
Back to Majors List Catalog Year List The University of Arizona On Course! Academic Program Requirements Report Agriculture and Life Sciences B.S. - Animal Sciences (Equine) Academic Year 2001-02, Catalog 014 Units required for this degree A minimum of 120 units of credit are required. University Graduation Requirements Upper Division Units A minimum of 42 units of upper-division credit are required for this degree. University Composition Requirements English Composition Requirement - complete one of the following: 1. Complete: ENGL 101 or ENGL 107 or ENGL 103H -AND- ENGL 102 or ENGL 108 or ENGL 104H 2. Advanced Placement Exam or Placement Portfolio Review -AND- ENGL 109H Mid-Career Writing Assessment (MCWA) 1. The Mid-Career Writing Assessment is satisfied by earning a grade of B or better in second semester English Composition (ENGL102, 104H, 108 or 109H). 2. Students who do not earn a grade of B or better in ENGL102, 104H, or 108 must also satisfy a college/dept writing reqmt. Second Language Math Requirement Complete either MATH 110 (Industry Path) or MATH 113 (Science Path).

100. Summer Programs
Sample syllabi for all courses are also available on line. *** Please Selecta Course ***.
History/Mission Executive Director Research Press Room ... For More Information
2003 Summer Programs Catalog
Table of Contents Welcome Important Dates Sites Choosing the Right Courses ... Math Courses Science Courses Student Life A Word to Parents Medical Care Course Assignments ... Frequently Asked Questions Science Courses All of our science courses include classroom instruction as well as laboratory and/or field work. Students gather and interpret data, master important scientific concepts, and learn to recognize relationships between physical phenomena. In addition to lectures and reading assignments, science courses include oral presentations and written assignments, particularly lab reports. Science courses require a minimum math score on the SAT I; please refer to the Eligibility section of this catalog.

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