2013-2014 Degrees and Programs
Students arriving fall 2013 or later, must follow the following 2013-2014 degree guides:
Bachelor of Science in Animal Science-Science Concentration
Bachelor of Science in Animal Science-Animal Industries Concentration
Bachelor of Science in Animal Scicence-Animal Production Concentration
Bachelor of Science in Animal Science-Pre-Veterinary Medicine Concentration
Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Veterinary Technology
(Requires completion of a two year Associate's degree from an accredited AVMA or CVTEA program
Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Management
Before 2013 Degrees and Programs
For students registered before fall 2013, you may choose the above new options or the ones below. You cannot choose a degree plan before your first semester of attendance.
Tarleton's animal science option provides a strong foundation in the scientific aspects (the "whys" and "hows") of animal production, nutrition, reproduction, anatomy and physiology. The degree has the option of a Biology minor with no additional courses required.
Pre-Veterinary Medicine Option
Students can complete the requirements for application to the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine Program while earning the Animal Science degree.
In this option, course work emphasizes the commercial rather than scientific aspects of livestock production.
This degree is a unique combination of animal science courses and basic business courses needed have a strong educational foundation when graduates enter business enterprises related to animal agriculture. The degree has the option of a Business Administration minor with no additional courses required. More Info
The Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Management prepares students for careers as wildlife biologists, natural resource managers, conservation biologists, game wardens, park rangers, park managers, wildlife disease specialists, and numerous other related careers.
Equine Emphasis Option
Students who wish to maximize their courses in the equine area may do so with a degree in Animal Production, Animal Industries, or Animal Science. For more information, visit our Equine Website.