For a complete listing of Cornell courses, refer to the following link: http://courses.cornell.edu/
Consult Graduation Requirements for the Bachelor of Science for general requirements.
College Distribution Requirementsin Physical, Biological, and Social Sciences and Humanities
|Physical and Life Sciences (18 Credits)|
Intro Life Sciences/Bio (6 cr.)
|Social Sciences and Humanities (12 cr.)|
Human Diversity (3 cr.)
Other Areas (9 cr.)
|Written and Oral Expression (9 cr.)|
Written Expression (6 cr.)
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS - available courses
|Foundation Courses (Required)||BIOAP 1100 Domestic Animal Biology (4 credits – Fall)
ANSC 1105 Contemporary Perspectives on Careers in Animal Science (1 credit – Spring)
ANSC 2120 Animal Nutrition (4 credits - Fall)
ANSC 2210 Principles of Animal Genetics (3 credits - Spring)
ANSC 2400 Animal Reproduction and Development (3 credits - Spring)
|Animal Biology Systems (6 credits minimum)||
ANSC 2150 Exotic Avian Husbandry and Propagation (2 credits – Fall)
|Advanced Animal Biology (6 credits minimum)||ANSC 3200 Comparative Animal Nutrition and Toxicology (4 credits – Spring)
ANSC 3400 Comparative Mammalian Reproduction (2 credits – Fall)
ANSC 3410 Biology of the Mammary Gland in Health and Disease (2 credits – Spring)
ANSC 3700 Immunology in Animal Health and Disease (3 credits – Spring)
ANSC 3920 Mechanisms of Animal Growth and Development (2 credits – Spring)
ANSC 3980 Animals in Biomedical Research (2 credits – Fall)
ANSC 4020 Seminar in Animal Science (1 credit – Spring)
ANSC 4110 Integrated Cattle Nutrition (4 credits – Fall)
ANSC 4140 Ethics and Animal Science (2 credits – Spring)
ANSC 4250 Gamete Physiology and Fertilization (2 credits – Fall)
ANSC 4270 Fundamentals of Endocrinology (3 credits – Fall)
ANSC 4400 Tools for a Lifelong Career in Research (1 credit – Fall)
Remember, if you are a four year student, you must complete two physical education courses and a Swim Test to graduate. The credits do not count towards graduation, but they are required following successful completion of the swim test.
Many courses also meet the College Distribution Requirements for Introductory Life Sciences and other Physical and Life Sciences. For example, Animal Science 1100 fulfills part of the requirement for Introductory Life Science, except at this time for pre-veterinary medicine students.
ANSC 1100, 2120, 2150, 2210, 2400, 3700, and 3920 all fulfill the requirements for Other Life Sciences in the CALS distribution requirement.