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ANS 2700: Foods of Animal Origin

Credits: 2. Contact Hours: Lecture 2.

Prereq: BIOL 2120; (CHEM 1630 or CHEM 1670 or CHEM 1770)
Principles, practices and issues impacting the production, processing and preservation of safe, wholesome, nutritious, and palatable meat, dairy, and egg products. Product evaluation, classification, value, and utilization. (Typically Offered: Fall, Spring)

Animal Science
The Department of Animal Science Undergraduate Program intends for its graduates to be able to explain the symbiotic relationship of animals and humans, to contribute to the solution of complex problems of animal enterprise management, and to apply their knowledge and skills in a technically demanding global community. Graduates of our program will be knowledgeable about sustainable animal production practices that also ensure animal health and well-being and stewardship of natural resources.