The Animal Sciences undergraduate program offers students professional training designed to prepare students for careers in animal agriculture, animal agribusiness, animal health and allied industries, equine science, veterinary technology, and related fields. The undergraduate curriculum emphasizes the application of biological and physical principles as well as the social sciences associated with animal agribusiness. Majors as well as minors are available in Animal Science, Equine Science, and Veterinary Technology.
- Animal Science
- Equine Science
- Veterinary Technology
- Study Abroad
- Poultry Science Study - NDSU participates in the Midwest Poultry Consortium Center of Excellence where students can earn 18 credits in 2 six-week summer sessions at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The 18 credits will transfer from UW-Madison to NDSU and count toward an animal science degree.