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Career Development in Animal Studies

Orients students to the field of animal studies as well as to the array of career opportunities that can extend from a major in animal studies. Students are challenged to investigate the specific knowledge and skills required for job candidates in their area of interest as well as identifying potential employers. As part of the course experience, students are required to develop a presentation of career and employment options based on research conducted using resources available through the University’s Office of Career Services. The seminar requires students to identify academic coursework as well as professional development experiences (e.g., internship opportunities, shadowing programs, research experiences) that are appropriate for their career interests. Students submit a career development plan that highlights the knowledge, skills, and experiences they need to acquire as well as any needs they may have to clarify their goals.

Credit Hours:
Course Number:
ANST 250
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