Bachelor of Science in Animal Health (Food Animals)
By earning a BSc in Animal Health at the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences, students can complete their pre-veterinary medicine requirements. Among the topics studied are companion animal biology and behavior, human-animal bonds, and food safety and quality. In addition to completing real-world projects and case studies, students have access to an extensive network of animal research facilities where they can develop hands-on skills. A graduate of this program could become an Agrologist, an Animal Behavior Consultant, an Animal Nutritionist, or an Animal Welfare Officer, among other careers.