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Integrative Physiology and Nutrition

Core Coursework

Core coursework (link above) is required for all students regardless of concentration. 

Core Concentration Requisites

The following core courses are required for this concentration:

ANSC 4410 - Nutritional Physiology and Biochemistry (3 credits)
ANSC 4270 - Fundamentals of Endocrinology (cross-listed in BIOAP) (3 credits)

Animal Physiology and Nutrition

Three of the following:
ANSC 3300 - Fish Physiology (cross-listed in BIOAP) (3 credits)    
ANSC 3400 - Comparative Mammalian Reproduction (2 credits)    
ANSC 3410 - Biology of the Mammary Gland in Health and Disease (cross-listed in BIOAP) (2 credits - offered in even-numbered years only)    
ANSC 3700 - Immunology in Animal Health and Disease (3 credits)
ANSC 3920 - Mechanisms of Growth and Development (2 credits - offered in odd-numbered years only)
ANSC 4940 - Nutrition of Felids and Canids

Pre-Professional Courses

One of the following:
ANSC 3980 - Animals in Biomedical Research (2 credits - offered in odd-numbered years only)
ANSC 4400 - Tools for a Lifelong Career in Research (cross-listed in BIOMS) (1 credit)

Chemistry

CHEM 1560 - Introduction to General Chemistry (4 credits)
CHEM 1570 - Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry (3 credits)

Quantitative Reasoning

One of the following:
MATH 1106 - Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences (3 credits)
MATH 1110 - Calculus I (4 credits)
MATH 1710 - Statistical Theory and Application in the Real World (4 credits)
STSCI 2100 - Introductory Statistics (4 credits)
STSCI 2150 - Introductory Statistics for Biology  (4 credits)
STSCI 2200 - Biological Statistics I (4 credits)

BTRY 3010-3020, Biological Statistics I and II, sequence is also acceptable for students interested in pursuing statistics in depth (cross-listed STSCI 2200 and 3200).

Economics/Finance

One of the following:
AEM 1200 - Introduction to Business Management (3 credits)
AEM 1500 - An Introduction to the Economics of Environmental and Natural Resources (3 credits)
AEM 2050 - Introduction to Agricultural and Development Finance (3 credits)
AEM 2210 - Financial Accounting (3 credits)
ECON 1110 - Introductory Microeconomics  (3 credits)
ECON 1120 - Introductory Macroeconomics  (3 credits)
HADM 2230 - Financial Accounting Principles (3 credits)
HADM 2250 - Finance    (3 credits)

Additional Courses

One course from each of the following categories:

Current Course Offerings

The link above provides a current list of Animal Science courses by semester for curriculum planning.