2017 Fall Syllabus Animal Science 142.docx

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Animal Science 11:067:142 (3 credits) TF 12:35-1:55pm Loree Hall Room 022 Course Coordinator: Dr. Barry Jesse 213C Bartlett Hall [email protected] 848-932-9095 Office hours: Please email to schedule an appointment. Dr. Jesse has an “Open Door Policy” whereby, if his office door is open and he is present, you are welcome to walk in for advising! Course TAs: Samantha Adams Chloe Baker Review Sessions: Will be announced on Sakai Course Summary: The course presents fundamental principles and functions important in animal science. The scientific underpinnings of modern animal science are presented, with emphasis on nutrition, reproduction, animal domestication and behavior, welfare, genetics and growth. In addition, the biological and economic structure of the major U.S. livestock industries is presented. Learning Goals : By the end of this course you will 1) Gain an appreciation of the contributions that animals and animal products make to human well-being 2) Understand the role that basic and applied science plays in modern day animal science 3) Obtain an overview of the varying Animal Science fields and of the major US livestock industries SAS/SEBS Core Curriculum Learning Goals Areas of Inquiry A: Natural Sciences e. Understand and apply basic principles and concepts in the physical or biological sciences. g. Identify and critically assess ethical and societal issues in science. Course Website : Login to the site using your NetID and password. If you are enrolled in the course there should be a tab identified by the course name (Animal Science F16). Select this tab and then click on the link to “Resources” (listed across the top menu). This will bring you to the page that contains links to download each lecture and supporting class materials. Academic Integrity: All students are expected to follow University policies on academic integrity: Student Absence: Students are expected to attend all classes ; if you anticipate missing a class,
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  • Fall '16
  • Rahman,Kathleen

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