VTSC3200 Clinical Animal Behavior

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CRS Acad Level: UG

Course #: VTSC3200

Credits: 3

Term: Spring

About the Course:

This course takes an in-depth look at animal behavior in a variety of species in subject areas such as communications, social structure, biological rhythms, sexual and maternal behavior, development, learning, training, aggression, enrichment and abnormal behavior as it relates to drugs, pain, medical problems, environmental issues and stress. A variety of evaluation methods will be covered as well.
Prerequisites: Junior Status. Restriction: Open to majors within the School of Animal Studies and Natural Sciences only, or Animal Behavior minors with completion of ANSC2202 – Domestic Animal Behavior. Meets the requirement for a Veterinary Science elective. 

Course offered: Spring.