|Animal Science: Sustainable Animal Husbandry|
|Dates:||July 17-August 6, 2011 (3 weeks)|
|Credits:||3 (see course)|
(see eligibility requirements)
|Status:||This program is full but we are accepting applications for the wait list.|
This program will help you gain insights into sustainable animal husbandry and acquire first-hand experience in animal science. Through speakers, laboratories, and demonstrations, you'll:
- learn about the complex relationships between domestic animals and humans;
- meet members of the animal science faculty;
- examine the scope, diversity, and problems related to domestic animal systems;
- work with a variety of live animals, such as dogs, cats, rabbits, cattle, goats, and/or horses; and
- explore such topics as genetics, nutrition, reproduction, grazing, toxicology, and different production and management systems.
"(In this program) I made a lot of very good friends and had opportunities to see certain aspects of veterinary medicine that I would otherwise not have been able to see."
— Rebecca Militello
"I gained knowledge about animal science, friends of all ages that I will keep forever, confidence to dive head-first into college life, and one of the best experiences of my life. After succeeding at Cornell, I feel like I can take any course and succeed in it." — Eliza Stucker