Animal Health majors have the opportunity to apply veterinary school after their third year of studies here or continue on the traditional four-year track and earn a baccalaureate degree in animal science, avian biology, poultry science, biological science or dairy science, and then apply to vet school or pursue other career opportunities. Animal Health students must declare a co-major after the completion of 60 hours of credit.
- Career in Poultry or Animal Agriculture
- County Extension Agent
- Lab Technician
- Vocational Agriculture Teacher
Career is dependent on co-major selection.
- Instruction with live birds
- Labs with live specimens
- Undergraduate research opportunities
- Internship opportunities with Cooperative Extension, breed associations, feed companies, animal health companies, laboratories, etc.
- Study abroad opportunities