Animal Sciences

What We Do

Animal Sciences facilitates scientific research and technology transfer for efficient and sustainable production of high quality animal products with optimal animal well-being, enhancement of the human diet, and advancement of sound environmental practices.
 

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Contact:
Fawne Richert
(765) 494-4863
ansc4you@purdue.edu

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS - UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

​​INTERESTED IN VISITING PURDUE ANIMAL SCIENCES? 

We offer 1-hour, personalized sessions with a staff member and a tour of our facilities by an Animal Sciences Ambassador. If interested in visiting us, please fill out this form.

Note: We do not offer tours during summer, student holidays, and Purdue employee holidays.

​CONCENTRATIONS IN ANIMAL SCIENCES

PROGRAM OVERVIEW 

Minor in Animal Sciences​

Student Handbook for Undergraduate Programs in the Department of Animal Sciences - August 2022
This handbook provides many details about the options in the Department of Animal Sciences.

Interested in Pre-Vet? Check out the Vet School Resources on the Animal Sciences Career Services site, or visit the web site for the Student Services Office of the Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine. Also, view the video The Journey of a Pre-Vet Student.

Interested in Pre-Med? Check out the Pre-Professional Advising web site​ for more information.

Purdue Undergraduate Admissions Web Site - For information about applying to Purdue, expenses, campus life, financial aid, schools and majors, and many other things. 

Destination Purdue - a magazine created and published by Purdue Agriculture undergraduate students 

Purdue Agriculture Photo Galleries

Experience Purdue Agriculture​​

THE DEPARTMENTAL TEACHING COORDINATOR IS DR. ELIZABETH KARCHER.

Life at Purdue

Whether pursuing current interests or exploring new ones, students make friends and establish their on-campus community by getting involved. As a Big Ten university with nearly 40,000 undergraduate students from across the country and around the world, there are literally thousands of things to do at Purdue.

Helpful Information

The cost varies depending on factors such as where a student chooses to live, travel expenses, food costs, enrollment in a specific program, etc.

Check out the scholarships available through the university. There are also lots of opportunities to work, which can help cover the cost of your degree.

The impact of Purdue Agriculture reaches all over the globe. Our graduates are being placed in Indiana, nationally and internationally.

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