Oct 04, 2022  
2021-22 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-22 Undergraduate Catalog
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ANB 240 - Animal Welfare


4 Hour(s)
This course will provide students insight into the concept of animal welfare, a historical perspective on how animal welfare has changed across time, a critical understanding of how animal behavior can be used to assess animal welfare, and how animal welfare standards vary culturally and globally. We will discuss the fundamental principles of animal welfare, why animal welfare is important in today’s climate, and how we can improve the welfare of humans and animals alike. Students will use primary scientific literature to discuss the role of animal welfare in societal practices.

Lecture
Spring
Prerequisite(s): ANB 101



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