New Emphasis Area in Animal Science
Date: August 7, 2008
After months of surveys, curriculum research and interviews, the Andrews University Department of Agriculture will begin offering specialized courses starting fall semester 2008 in equine science, a new emphasis in the animal science degree program.
This new degree emphasis program will include courses in nutrition, physiology, behavior, genetics, reproduction, judging, health/disease, hippotherapy, massage, dentistry and more. Andrews University will partner with the many stables and veterinary clinics around the area for the hands-on instruction aspect of students’ studies.
Students who are interested in studying equine science may contact program coordinator Katherine Koudele at firstname.lastname@example.org or 269-471-6299.