Bachelor of Science in Animal Health (Companion and Performance Animals)
Search and rescue, therapy, sports, and specialized and individual services are just some of the roles that companion and performance animals play in human society. In this program, students will examine the physiology, nutrition, behavior, and evolving role of companion and performance animals, as well as the relationship between humans and animals.
Furthermore, students can fulfill their pre-veterinary medicine requirements through the BSc in Animal Health at the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences. The program prepares graduates for a variety of careers, including Animal Behavior Consultants, Animal Nutritionists, and Behavior Consultants and Trainers.