Livestock Management degrees - results 1-10 of 44

  1. Animal Science: Livestock Management

    Abilene Christian University - Abilene, TX

    • BS

    Livestock Management Animal Production Emphasis: The production emphasis incorporates the knowledge and skills needed to produce, manage and care for livestock. It is concerned with production of ruminant and monogastric livestock, as well as companion animals. Individuals entering this area will become knowledgeable in several

  2. Agriculture: Livestock Farm Management, A.A.S.

    Southern Utah University - Cedar City, UT

    • Associate

    Complete a minimum of 20-21 credit hours in general education as follows: A minimum of one course in each of the core categories. Three courses representing three of six remaining general education categories. Students should check the department AAS requirements to determine if specific general education classes are recommended (ENGL 1010 will sa

  3. Agriculture - Certificate in Agriculture with emphasis in Livestock Farm Management

    Southern Utah University - Cedar City, UT

    • Certificate

    in Agriculture with emphasis in Livestock Farm Management Return to: All Programs Core Requirements (15 Credits) AGSC 1010 - Agriculture and Society 3 credits AGSC 1100 - Principles of Animal Science 3 credits AGSC

  4. Agriculture: Livestock Managment Option

    Little Big Horn College - Crow Agency, MT

    • AS

    The Livestock Management option focuses on the application of scientific principles to the production and management of livestock animals. Coursework includes instruction in range and animal sciences, biochemistry, nutrition, genetics and breeding. The students gain knowledge in basic economic principles, marketing strategies

  5. Livestock Evaluation and Production

    Howard College - Big Spring, TX

    • Certificate

    positions in a variety of livestock areas. The curriculum is designed for a student desiring training in the livestock management and health sector of agriculture. The courses will emphasize all aspects of dealing with and maintaining healthy, productive livestock. This includes knowing how healthy

  6. Animal Science

    Cameron University - Lawton, OK

    • BS

    and social science principals to livestock production and management

  7. Natural Resources and Rangeland Ecology

    Montana State University-Billings - Billings, MT

    • BS

    study of the interaction of livestock and wildlife and their rangeland habitats. The program places emphasis on soil, water and vegetation attributes which influence habitat ecology and management for livestock and wildlife. The curriculum, administered by the Department of Animal and Range Sciences, includes course work in basic and applied plant and animal sciences

  8. Equine Science and Management A.A.S.

    Morrisville State College - Morrisville, NY

    • AAS

    on breeding, training, nutrition, and management specifically with horses, rather than with a generalized group of livestock

  9. Equine Science & Management A.A.S. :: Home

    Morrisville State College - Morrisville, NY

    • Associate

    on breeding, training, nutrition, and management specifically with horses, rather than with a generalized group of livestock

  10. Farm Business & Production Management

    Chippewa Valley Technical College - Eau Claire, WI

    • Diploma

    use immediately: • Farm Business Production Management - Six courses offered; topics include crop production, land use management, livestock production, financial and business planning, and livestock health and biosecurity. • Top Operator Management - Three courses offered in a three-year rotation; topics include health and nutrition, risk management and environmental issues

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