|Animal Science & Poultry Science||
Directors of Graduate Programs:
J. T. Brake, Box 7608, 9195155060, email@example.com, Poultry Science
R. M. Petters, Box 7621, 9195154021, firstname.lastname@example.org, Animal Science
Blanton J. Whitmire Professor of Structural Pest Management: C. J. Schal
William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor: J. T. Brake
William Neal Reynolds Professor: P. R. Ferket, J. Odle
WILLIAM NEAL REYNOLDS PROFESSOR EMERITUS: E. Eisen
G. W. Almond, K. E. Anderson, F. W. Edens, J. Eisemann, K. L. Esbenshade, C. E. Farin, V. Fellner, W. L. Flowers, J. L. Grimes, B. A. Hopkins, G. B. Huntington, S. W. Kim, D. K. Larick, J. Luginbuhl, J. A. Moore, W. M. Morrow, P. E. Mozdziak, S. L. Pardue, J. N. Petitte, R. M. Petters, J. A. Piedrahita, M. H. Poore, M. T. See, E. VanHeugten, D. P. Wages, S. P. Washburn, C. M. Williams, M. J. Wineland;
W. O. Herring, E. A. Koutsos, K. K. Krueger, S. M. Shane, Z. Uni;
B. P. Alston-Mills, G. A. Benson, L. S. Bull, K. R. Butcher, T. A. Carter, V. L. Christensen, R. G. Crickenberger, J. D. Garlich, E. W. Glazener, W. M. Hagler, R. W. Harvey, G. B. Havenstein, W. L. Johnson, J. R. Jones, C. A. Lassiter, R. L. McCraw, R. D. Mochrie, R. M. Myers, C. R. Parkhurst, O. W. Robison, F. D. Sargent, B. W. Sheldon, J. C. Shih, T. D. Siopes, L. W. Whitlow, J. C. Wilk;
C. M. Ashwell, D. K. Carver, J. P. Cassady, M. D. Koci, H. Liu, M. S. Merrill, E. O. Oviedo-Rondon, S. E. Phillips, K. E. Saker, P. D. Siciliano, C. H. Stahl, C. S. Whisnant, M. D. Whitacre;
Adjunct Associate Professors:
R. J. Harrell;
Emeritus Associate Professors:
E. U. Dillard;
G. R. Hansen, C. Maltecca;
Adjunct Assistant Professors:
C. L. Heggen-Peay, T. F. Middleton, D. W. Newcom, C. J. Williams;
Teaching Assistant Professors:
Doctoral Degree Requirements: A
doctoral degree in Animal Science and Poultry Science with a concentration in
either Animal Science or Poultry Science is offered. Specific course
requirements are flexible and each student's program
study is developed in consultation with their Ph.D. advisory committee.
The minor is optional but external faculty representation is required on the
The Master's program in Animal Science
and Poultry Science
independently by each department.
Admission Requirements: Factors considered for admission include: grade point average, scores on the GRE, undergraduate courses, and letters of recommendation. A member of either the Animal Science Department or Poultry Science Department faculty can serve as the applicant's advisor.
Student Financial Support: The Departments of Animal Science and Poultry Science offer a limited number of research and teaching assistantships that are awarded on a competitive basis. Students may also be supported by research grant funds awarded to faculty members. Students applying for these assistantships are advised to apply by February 15 for fall admission.
Other Relevant Information: There are two curriculum codes for the Animal Science and Poultry Science doctoral degree program. If a student is interested in a program concentration in Animal Science the appropriate curriculum code for the admissions application is ANA. If the student is interested in a program concentration in Poultry Science the appropriate curriculum code for the admissions application is ANP. If the appropriate curriculum code is not selected, it will likely delay the department's receipt of the applicant’s information from the Graduate School.
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