College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
Learn about the biological systems of animals, their behavior and well-being, and husbandry, setting you up for a career in caring for and studying animals.
- Only four-year animal sciences degree offered in the state of Washington
- Benefit from the program’s close relationship with the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine
- Hands-on experience in the department’s dairy, beef, swine, horse, aquaculture, and companion animal centers
- Research laboratories, livestock centers, and other facilities available on campus
- Participate in undergraduate research guided by renowned faculty
Animal Science, Technology, and Production focuses on the business, economic, and science- based practical management of animal production and the care of animals.
Pre-Veterinary Medicine emphasizes basic science courses and is recommended for students planning to attend graduate school, apply to the professional program leading to the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, or work in technical or specialized areas of animal science.
With an Animal Sciences degree, you can work in:
- Farm and ranch management
- Environmental sustainability
- Animal welfare and behavior
- Food safety
WSU accepts credit from Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and CLEP exams, associate degrees, Running Start and more.
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