Take your first two years of Agriculture here at Ancilla College and choose to either go straight into the workforce or continue on with your education through our transfer program. Ancilla has agreements with nearly 20 four-year universities. You will make valuable connections with leading agriculture experts in all phases of the industry to help develop your ability and career opportunities.
Animal Science (also Animal Bioscience) studies the biology of animals under the control of humankind, usually livestock species, such as cattle, sheep, pigs, poultry and horses.
This degree will teach you the science and business of producing domestic livestock species. An animal scientist applies principles of the biological, physical and social sciences to the problems associated with livestock production and management. Animal Science is also concerned with foods of animal origin: meat, dairy foods, and eggs. The food industry is one of the largest and most important industries in the United States. In addition, animal science is concerned with aspects of companion animals, including their nutrition, care, and welfare.
If you are interested in efficient production of food animals, processing and consumption of high-quality meats and dairy products, use of companion animals for recreation or leisure purposes, or the maintenance of animal health and well-being, then a career in one of the many animal sciences fields may be your key to a rewarding future. Professional education and training in the animal sciences can prepare you for challenging career opportunities in such areas as animal production, breeding, health maintenance and disease control, marketing, processing, distribution, and numerous allied service industries. Additionally, it is a convenient major for biologists interested in animals and an eventual career after veterinary, medical, dental, or graduate school.
Agriculture National Government
Principles of Biology
Introduction to Agricultural Systems
Animal Health and Disease
Soil Sciences and Crop Production
Principles of Biology II
Mathematics and its Application
Management Methods in Agricultural Businesses
Fundamentals of Horticulture
Agriculture Data Management
Introduction to Agriculture Marketing
Introduction to Range Management
Agricultural Sales Representative
Animal and Pet Health Worker