ANS 225 Principles of Animal Nutrition Section: 651
This online Principles of Animal Nutrition course is designed for non-Animal Science majors and off-campus students. It includes: feed classification, gastrointestinal tract anatomy of domestic mammals, nutrients and their functions, digestion and metabolism, feed regulations, and feeding/nutrition of cattle, small ruminants, horses, swine, poultry, dogs, cats, and rabbits. For on-campus students, ANS 225 counts toward the Animal Science minor but only counts as a Free Elective for Animal Science majors.
This class may be scheduled with a small percentage of seats held for “NDS Students Only.”
[Required lab information is not yet available for this course.]
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Please refer to the course syllabus.
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Additional Technology Requirements
NC State Email – Students are required to use their University email address via https://mail.google.com/a/ncsu.edu. This is the only one the University will use to send official email communications.
Please contact the instructor for more information.
Tuition & Fees
Please visit https://online-distance.ncsu.edu/cost/ for information on distance education tuition and fees.
There may be additional fees associated with student identity verification for students who take remotely proctored exams.
Animal Nutrition Certificate
SUM1 10W 2020
Dr Kimberly Ange-van Heugten