Principles of Animal Nutrition - From Fundamentals to Feeding
Principles of Animal Nutrition deals with classification and function of nutrients, deficiency symptoms, digestive processes, characterization of feedstuffs, and formulation of diets for domestic animals.
In this single course, learn all aspects of nutrition for domestic animals, from fundamentals of nutrition through feeds and feeding. The principles apply to all mammalian and avian species, but there will be an emphasis on swine, beef cattle, dairy cattle, poultry and horses. Feeds most commonly used in the United States will be emphasized, but feeds and principles of their use that are important to animals throughout the world will be considered.
Prerequisite Requirement for Vet School
Principles of Animal Nutrition meets the background requirement for application to colleges of Veterinary Medicine requiring animal nutrition (please check your school of interest to confirm).
Textbook Information: Church, Pond, and Schoknecht. Basic Animal Nutrition and Feeding. (Highly recommended)
ANSC 22100 - Application Instructions
Applications now open.
Term: Jan 10-May 7, 2022
Last day to apply: Jan 3, 2022
First day to be registered: October 25, 2021
Last day to be registered: March 30, 2022
Course must be completed: May 7, 2022
*Dates subject to change. Please revisit this page or email PurdueOnline@purdue.edu for updated info.
Tuition and Fees (For ANSC 221 Only)
|Tuition & Fees
Since registration for ANSC 22100 through Purdue Online occurs on a more rolling basis than most residential courses, the refund window begins once you are registered. Application fees are non-refundable. Please reach out to PurdueOnline@purdue. for more detailed information.