Advanced Animal Science

Course Description:

Advanced Animal Science demonstrates principles relating to the interrelated human, scientific, and technological dimensions of animal agriculture and the resources necessary for producing domesticated animals; applies the principles of genetics and breeding to livestock improvement; examines animal anatomy and physiology in livestock species; recognizes policies and issues in animal science; discusses slaughter livestock operations; and explores methods of marketing livestock. This course counts as a 3rd/4th science course on the FHSP.

Prerequisite & Recommendations:

Recommendation: Biology and Chemistry or Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC); Algebra 1 and Geometry; and either Small Animal Management, Equine Science, or Livestock Production

Other Information:
Offered at High School Campuses