Advanced Animal Science

Course overview

This course is not offered in 2023.

Grow advanced level knowledge of animal science, covering general learning, reproduction, growth, nutrition, health, wildlife ecology and biomedical research.

Course information

Prerequisites and Restrictions You must satisfy the following requirement(s):
  • restriction Topics in Advanced Animal Science, ANSC-638
  • restriction General Physiology, ANSC-601
  • restriction General Physiology, ANSC-601A
  • restriction General Physiology, ANSC-601B
  • restriction Animal Nutrition, ANSC-602
  • restriction Animal Breeding and Genetics, ANSC-603
  • restriction Animal Breeding and Genetics, ANSC-603A
  • restriction Animal Breeding and Genetics, ANSC-603B
  • restriction Physiology of Growth, ANSC-604
  • restriction Physiology of Growth, ANSC-604A
  • restriction Physiology of Growth, ANSC-604B
  • restriction Physiology of Reproduction, ANSC-605
  • restriction Physiology of Reproduction, ANSC-605A
  • restriction Physiology of Reproduction, ANSC-605B
  • restriction Animal Nutrition, ANSC-617
  • restriction Animal Nutrition B, ANSC-618
  • restriction Nutrient Intake Regulation A, ANSC-619
  • restriction Nutrient Intake Regulation B, ANSC-620
  • restriction Animal Health, ANSC-621
  • restriction Wool Biology, WOSC-602
  • restriction Wool Metrology, WOSC-603
Available semesters Semester 1 2024
Credits 0
Domestic fees $1,398.00

What you will learn

After successfully completing this course, you’ll be able to:

  1. Understand and critically discuss a broad range of current topics in animal science.
  2. Efficiently and effectively research contemporary literature in animal science.
  3. Formulate complex scientific arguments and present these effectively and efficiently in both written and oral form.
  4. Be able to knowledgeably discuss the scientific, ethical and quality expectations of scientific journals that publish in the discipline of animal science.
  5. Appreciate and understand contemporary standards in animal welfare and how those standards impact contemporary research in animal science.

Course examiners

Omar Al Mareshdeh

Dr Omar Al-Marashdeh


Department of Agricultural Sciences