We’re training the next generation of poultry science leaders. And in order for you to be successful, we believe it’s important for you to gain fresh perspective on the world.
That’s why your first two years will include basic courses in subjects outside our department — English, biology, chemistry and math, to name a few.
Then, when you’ve decided which of our two tracks you want to pursue — technology or science — you’ll focus your last two years on courses in your major. These range from poultry production to avian physiology to agricultural economics.
Many of our students choose to double major in poultry science and another related field such as animal science, wildlife biology, zoology or food science. And you’ll have the opportunity to minor in several other areas including agribusiness management, biotechnology or feed mill management.
No matter which direction you take, there are plenty of opportunities. Read on to learn more.