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Animal science careers are abundant in the agricultural world. Determine which courses will help you launch your career, which clubs and scholarships are available to help you along the way, and what events are happening that will strengthen your hands-on experiences. If your have more questions, contact one of the faculty advisors.
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Animal Science - Associate Science Degree
The Animal Science program prepares students for livestock ranching, ranch management, agribusiness and agri-education, as well as artificial insemination. It also prepares students for transfer to a senior college for continuation of agriculture education and training. Contact the division office in the Agriculture Building for advising assistance.
Artificial Insemination - Technician Certificate
Artificial Insemination Technicians utilize principles of genetics and knowledge of animal production to breed specific characteristics into economically important animals. The Artificial Insemination Technicians program prepares students to artificially inseminate cows, collect and evaluate semen, evaluate pedigrees, and to effectively communicate with customers.
Dairy Science - Associate Science Degree
The Dairy Science Program teaches students the fundamentals of Dairy Production with an abundance of hands-on experience. Students develop skills and knowledge relative to milk production, selection, reproduction, genetics, nutrition, diseases, fitting, and computer programs. See more on the MJC Dairy Science Page.
Equine Science- Certificate
Students in Equine Science study; equine anatomy and physiology, reproduction techniques, treatment and control of diseases, types of housing, principles of equine nutrition, handling and restraint, basic riding techniques, and equine facility management. Students also study industry related employment opportunities. The Equine Science Program is designed to prepare students for entry-level management positions in the equine industry.
Poultry Science - Associate Science Degree
Students in Poultry Science study; the composition of feeds and their nutritional value, diagnosis, treatment and control of diseases, types of housing, and principles of poultry breeding, brooding, care and processing of fryers, replacements, and laying hens, grading and candling eggs, and marketing and economic aspects of poultry production. Students also study efficiency factors affecting profit. The Poultry Science Program is designed to prepare students for entry-level management positions in the poultry industry.
Veterinarian Technician - Technician Certificate
The veterinary technician program at MJC is currently being offered to students through the alternate route. Students are required to have three years experience in a clinic, in addition to our courses completed in order to take the state RVT exam.
Students with no prior experience in the vet industry are still eligible for the program, and can begin their work experience through our internship program.
The program is designed to take one year to complete if the courses are taken in the suggested order.
Web Site Ag Home Page: www.mjc.edu/ag