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ANSC 22100 - Animal Nutrition

(For Non-Degree Seeking Purdue Students Only)

If you are an admitted student for Veterinary Medicine at Purdue University current or future term, please contact PurdueOnline@purdue.edu for further enrollment instructions.

Three Credits (Open Enrollment)
Classification and function of nutrients, deficiency symptoms, digestive processes, characterization of feedstuffs, and formulation of diets for domestic animals.

Textbook Information: Church, Pond, and Schoknecht. Basic Animal Nutrition and Feeding. (Highly recommended)

Application Instructions

ANSC 22100 - Application Instructions

Important dates

Fall 2019

Term August 18-December 14, 2019
01/28/19 First day to apply
08/12/19 Last day to apply
06/24/19 First day to be registered
10/22/19 Last day to be registered
12/14/20 Course must be completed

Spring 2020

Term January 13 - May 2, 2020
09/13/19 First day to apply
01/06/20 Last day to apply
10/21/19 First day to be registered
03/13/20 Last day to be registered
5/2/2021 Course must be completed

Tuition Fees (For ANSC 221 Only)

In-State Out-of-State
Fees $1,043.55 $1,537.14
Application Fee $60 (non-refundable) $60 (non-refundable)

Cancellation Policy

If you should decide to drop the course, you will be refunded according to Purdue Policy 100% up to the second week of class, 80% for the second week of the course, 60% during the third and fourth week, 40% during the fifth and sixth week, and 0% after the 6th week of course." Please visit this website for additional information.

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CONTACT

Dale Forsyth
Professor/Instructor

Purdue University
Dept of Animal Science
915 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2054

Fax: 765.494.9346
E-mail: dforsyth@purdue.edu

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Alicia West
Program Administrator

Email: PurdueOnline@purdue.edu
Phone: 765-494-1456

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