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An advanced degree in Animal and Dairy Sciences can afford you numerous career opportunities. Many companies involved in animal agriculture are seeking individuals who bring the experience of advanced coursework and the ability to conduct and interpret research to their businesses. In addition to jobs in the animal feeding, breeding, production, and health management industries, an advanced degree in Animal and Dairy Sciences can also give you an advantage in the basic and molecular sciences.
This is a non-thesis degree program intended to give students advanced academic and professional training in food animal production and management. This is a non-thesis degree program and consists of 33 h of graduate course work and a special problem requirement. This is a terminal degree program designed for those who desire advanced instruction in animal sciences but are not specifically interested in a research career.