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  Oct 18, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Animal Science


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https://ag.tennessee.edu/AnimalScience/Pages/UndergraduateProgram.aspx

F. N. Schrick, Head
Cheryl J. Kojima, Undergraduate Coordinator

Professors
Brown, W.F. (Dean, AgResearch), PhD – Nebraska
Edwards, J.L., PhD – Florida
Kattesh, H.G., PhD – Virginia Tech
Kirkpatrick, F.D., PhD – Tennessee
Lin, J., PhD – Ohio State
Neel, J.B., PhD – Tennessee
Oliver, S.P. (Assistant Dean, AgResearch), PhD – Ohio State
Saxton, A.M., PhD – North Carolina State
Schrick, F.N., PhD – Clemson
Smith, M.O., PhD – Oklahoma State

Associate Professors
Kojima, C.J., PhD – Missouri
Pighetti, G.M., PhD – Penn State
Voy, B.H., PhD – Tennessee

Assistant Professors
Ivey, J.L., PhD – West Virginia
Kerro Dego, O., PhD – Saskatchewan
Krawczel, P.D., PhD – Vermont
Myer, P.R., PhD – Purdue
Mulliniks, J.T., PhD – New Mexico State
Pohler, K., PhD – Missouri
Rhinehart, J.D., PhD – West Virginia
Rius, A.G., DVM, PhD – Virginia Tech
Smith, J.K., PhD – Virginia Tech
Strickland, L.G., DVM, MS – Auburn

Research Associate Professor
Almeida, R. – Iowa State

Research Assistant Professors
Rispoli, L.A. – Colorado State
Zeng, X. – Tennessee

Assistant Professor of Practice
Prado, M.E., DVM, PhD – Oklahoma State

Lecturers
Johnston, L.H., MS – Middle Tennessee State
Mitchell, J.W., BS – Tennessee
Shanks, J.P., MS – Tennessee

Advisors
Edwards, Kattesh, Kojima, Pighetti, Prado, Rius, Roper, Schrick, Shanks, Smith

The curriculum is designed to prepare students for leadership careers in animal management and well-being. Through course selection, students may prepare for careers throughout the animal agriculture sector, or continued professional study through veterinary, medical, pharmacy, or graduate school programs. Elective selection permits individualized curricula for students interested in careers in management of a particular species, advanced nutrition or physiology, or a variety of other options. Other elective selections include internship opportunities with various industries and non-profit organizations across the nation as well as undergraduate research studies performed in conjunction with nationally-recognized faculty.

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