Animal Sciences 49500 (3 credits)

An international learning community experience open to all in-coming freshman and sophomores.

This program introduces students to animal production and environmental issues in Italy. Students will visit a variety of livestock farms as well as gain an appreciation for the production of agricultural products ranging from Parma ham to balsamic vinegar.

 

WHY ITALY? SAMPLE ITINERARY

Contact Us

Elizabeth Karcher
Program Developer
ekarcher@purdue.edu
3022 Creighton Hall of Animal Sciences
270 S Russell Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907
765-494-4829

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