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University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Animal Sciences Department: ANSC 103

A collection of resources for students and researchers in nutrition in the Animal Sciences department.

About this Page

The Animal Science undergraduate program requires students to choose one of three degree concentrations:

  1. Companion Animal & Equine Science
  2. Food Animal Production & Management
  3. Science, Pre-Veterinary & Medical

While each concentration has specific required courses, all students must take a core of Animal Science courses. On this page is information pertaining to the required course ANSC 103: Working with Farm Animals. 

Course Description

"Introductory course that will provide novice students with the fundamentals of animal-animal and animal-human interactions for domestic farm animals. Emphasizes hands-on experiences to develop a background in the concepts and practice of recognizing and understanding the animal's physiology and behavior, animal well being, and animal responses to human interactions." - Course Explorer

Prerequisite: ANSC 100.

Undergraduate Advising

Have a question about what course you should take? Set up an appointment with your advisor here!

Textbooks & Course Reserves

No textbooks or course reserves could be found at this time for ANSC 103.

A young woman is seen caring for a baby goat, or sheep, in the field outside of Assembly Hall

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