ANIMAL SCIENCE 067 UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM NEWSLETTER
October 30, 2009
Dr. Daniela Sharma, Undergraduate Program Director
Phone: 732-932-1168; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
INFORMATION YOU NEED
This newsletter and the above Animal Science web site contains the latest information concerning
registration, 067 course offerings, 067 course synopses, recommended sequence of courses, and an
archive of previous curriculum newsletters.
Use this information in conjunction with your advisor
to develop your program and achieve your career goal.
MAKE SURE YOU ARE CLEARED TO WORK WITH ANIMALS!
Animal Practicum, Animal Handling, Fitting and Exhibition, Research in Animal Science, Animal
Nutrition Lab, and Dairy Cattle AI all require work with animals.
These courses have animal
handling protocols that have been reviewed and approved by the Rutgers University Animal Care
and Facilities Committee.
A condition of enrollment in these courses is that students complete an
Occupational Health Questionnaire and be cleared to work with animals.
Clearance may span 1 to
5 years depending on your health.
To obtain a health questionnaire, you need to first register at
After this online registration, you will be emailed a health
questionnaire (your name will be typed on the form).
Fill out, sign, and submit this form directly to
the Occupational Health Department at Hurtado Health Center.
The information you provide is
Please comply with these regulations for your health and safety.
REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2010 BEGINS NOV. 8!!
Registration for the Spring 2010 Semester begins on November 8th and continues through
November 21st. Students with 105 or more degree credits can register on November 8. To find out
when you can register, go to:
You should schedule a meeting with your academic advisor prior to registering for classes.
USE DEGREE NAVIGATOR TO PLAN/REVIEW GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
The Degree Navigator (DN) program (
) lists courses completed by a student.
The program also visualizes and records course completion for the college, major (curriculum
option), and/or minor requirements.
The DN serves as an important advising tool for both student
and faculty advisor, and as a record of completion of curriculum requirements.
declared through the Office of Academic Programs and Research, Room 205, Martin Hall, is
programmed in DN.
When majors/options are changed, this needs to be processed through Martin
Course substitutions with advisor approval can be submitted on a “Request to Update
Individual Program in DN” form to Room 205, Martin Hall.
For help/questions contact Dr.