ANSC 555 The Use and Welfare of Animals (3 credits)

Offered by: Animal Science (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences)

Overview

Animal Science : Understanding the roles in which animals are used by Society, especially in food production, companionship, research, and recreation; application of the scientific approaches that are used in assessing and improving animal welfare; and use of ethical approaches that are invoked in the use of animals, often in controversial contexts. An interdisciplinary course, based on active participation and discussion-method learning.

Terms: Winter 2019

Instructors: Elsa Vasseur (Winter)

  • Prerequisites: ANSC 250 or PSYC 301 or WILD 421 or Permission of Instructor

  • Restriction: U3 and graduate students or permission of the instructor