Course Descriptions

The Course Descriptions catalog describes all undergraduate and graduate courses offered by Michigan State University. The searches below only return course versions Fall 2000 and forward. Please refer to the Archived Course Descriptions for versions prior to Fall 2000.

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ANS 805  Animal Welfare Assessment

Semester:
Fall of every year, Spring of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Recommended Background:
(ANS 305 or ZOL 313) or background in animal science or zoology including exposure to topics such as animal behavior, physiology, management, and husbandry
Description:
Multidisciplinary online computer-based instruction in animal welfare science and related issues including physiology, behavior, human-animal interactions, suffering and pain, ethics, health, assessment and standards, and economics.
Effective Dates:
FALL 2005 - SUMMER 2013


ANS 805  Animal Welfare Assessment

Semester:
Fall of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Recommended Background:
(ANS 305 or ZOL 313) or background in animal science or zoology including exposure to topics such as animal behavior, physiology, management, and husbandry.
Description:
Multidisciplinary online computer-based instruction in animal welfare science and related issues including physiology, behavior, human-animal interactions, suffering and pain, ethics, health, assessment and standards, and economics.
Effective Dates:
FALL 2013 - SUMMER 2016


ANS 805  Animal Welfare Assessment

Semester:
Fall of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Recommended Background:
(ANS 305 or IBIO 313) or background in animal science or zoology including exposure to topics such as animal behavior, physiology, management, and husbandry.
Description:
Multidisciplinary online computer-based instruction in animal welfare science and related issues including physiology, behavior, human-animal interactions, suffering and pain, ethics, health, assessment and standards, and economics.
Effective Dates:
FALL 2016 - Open