Animal Science - Masters and Ph.D
The Department of Animal and Range Sciences offers graduate work in animal science leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees and the Master of Agriculture in Domestic Animal Biology. Specific areas of study at the master's level include animal breeding, meats, nutrition and reproductive physiology. Doctorates are offered in animal science with emphasis on ruminant nutrition and reproductive physiology.
- February 15 for Summer + Fall enrollment
- October 1 for Spring enrollment
- GPA 3.0 or higher
- GRE required only for Range Science Ph.D
- Graduate Application
Dr. Dennis Hallford