The School of Animal Sciences Graduate Program offers several degrees in multiple disciplines with a program of study tailored to fit the career objectives and intersts of the student. Our graduate students have diverse backgrounds and research interests with opportunities to conduct basic, applied, and computational research. Additionally, graduate students have the the opportunity to gain classroom teaching experience and to participate in extension education programs along with their involvement in research programs.
The School resides in Litton-Reaves Hall, a modern, well-equipped, office building. In addition to offices, it includes extensive laboratory and classroom facilities designed to support research, teaching, and extension programs. Computing facilities are available in the building, at various campus locations, and at the University Computing Center.