If you have an Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences (AAS) with a technical or vocational major from a Council for Higher Education (CHEA)-recognized organization, you can major in applied arts and sciences at ENMU. An applied arts and sciences major's time frame for degree completion varies with the individual student, but in general, the BAAS degree can be attained in two years.
This concentration will give you advanced knowledge in feed and nutrition, animal health, physiology and management. This emphasis combines both a rigorous scientific component and a very hands-on practical application. Note: This concentration is not available 100% online. The first year may be completed through online instruction, but the second year requires on-campus attendance.
Do I Qualify for This BAAS Program?
Our Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science Animal Science Concentration will help you use your prior academic experience to complete your bachelor's degree.
You qualify to enter our BAAS program if you have an Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences (AAS) degree with a technical or vocational major from a Council for Higher Education (CHEA) recognized organization. You may also qualify to enter this program if you have earned a significant number of hours in a career-technical related discipline.
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
We are committed to helping you finance your education. In addition to grants, loans and scholarships offered by Financial Aid and Enrollment Services, there are also many scholarships for current students, including the Boundless Opportunity Scholarship which provides adults entering or returning to college funding for tuition, room and board and books. Additionally, you'll have the opportunity to work part-time jobs on campus to help finance your education.
Faculty and Advising for Animal Science Majors
The applied arts and sciences faculty are committed to responsible academic advising. This means we help you schedule the right courses at the right time to help you take this next step in your professional career. Faculty members are specialists in their areas of advising and are current with requirements for admission into the programs they advise so you get the academic advice you need, when you need it.
Service and Mutual Interest Organizations
Students have the opportunity to participate in various campus and discipline-related organizations (particularly Pre-Vet Club and Collegiate FFA). Students also may assist faculty on research projects, work in labs, and other related activities.
When you receive a BAAS degree with an animal science concentration, you can look forward to an enhanced career in your field. This might include new opportunities in management, or even a new career in a related field. In addition to qualified advisors and departments, Career Services offers free job placement assistance to all students, so if you are looking for another job, we can help you find it.
BAAS Concentration: Animal Science
The BAAS program requires you to complete 120 hours to earn your bachelor's degree. Within those 120 hours, you must complete a primary concentration and a secondary concentration.
As a secondary concentration, Animal Science requires 24 hours of coursework and includes the following courses.
Note: Degree information shown on this page is based on the 2017-19 Undergraduate Catalog.
|AG 101 Animal Science||3|
|AG 250 Feeding and Nutrition||3|
|AG 260 Genetics in Animal Science||3|
|AG 421 Advanced Feeding and Nutrition||3|
|AG 433 Veterinary Science||3|
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