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The program aims to provide graduate training in applied areas of animal production with a view toward integrating technology and management in animal production with allied areas of agricultural resource utilization.

Research Project (15 credits)

ANSC 643 (3) Project 1
ANSC 644 (3) Project 2
ANSC 645 (3) Project 3
ANSC 646 (3) Project 4
ANSC 647 (3) Project 5

Complementary Courses (30 credits)

15-30 credits from the following:

AEMA 610 (3) Statistical Methods 2
ANSC 504 (3) Population Genetics
ANSC 530 (3) Experimental Techniques in Nutrition
ANSC 551 (3) Carbohydrate and Lipid Metabolism
ANSC 552 (3) Protein Metabolism and Nutrition
ANSC 560 (3) Biology of Lactation
ANSC 565 (3) Applied Information Systems
ANSC 600 (3) Advanced Eukaryotic Cells and Viruses
ANSC 604 (3) Advanced Animal Biotechnology
ANSC 605 (3) Estimation: Genetic Parameters
ANSC 606 (3) Selection Index and Animal Improvement
ANSC 622 (3) Selected Topics in Molecular Biology
ANSC 635 (3) Vitamins and Minerals in Nutrition
ANSC 636 (3) Analysis - Animal Breeding Research Data
ANSC 691 (3) Special Topic: Animal Sciences
ANSC 692 (3) Topic in Animal Sciences 1

0-15 credits selected from 500- and 600-level courses from across the Faculty (with the possibility of up to 9 credits from outside the Faculty if deemed appropriate by the supervisor).