A Wide Appeal
More non-farm than farm-raised students are currently enrolled in animal industries programs nationwide. Virtually all jobs in animal production industries in the next century will require a bachelor's level degree. The Animal Science degree embraces that trend through the use of innovative teaching and delivery methods built around a framework of new and traditional animal science coursework.
The average salary range for positions within this major was between $20,583 and $82,040 yearly, depending on experience. For a list of detailed salary trends within this field visit www.bls.gov
UMC's Animal Science graduates may pursue, and have obtained, careers in:
Terrill Bradford, an instructor in the Animal Science program discusses the various career options students can select from with an animal science degree. She also describes some of the unique benefits of the major. The Animal Science degree is administered through the Agriculture and Natural Resources Department.
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