8 Degree Programs
The Department of Animal Science offers dynamic and challenging undergraduate and graduate programs that cover a broad variety of fields including animal behavior, animal biotechnology, beef cattle, dairy science, equine science, food science and technology, meat science, physiology of reproduction, sheep and goats, and swine.
15+ Research Focus Areas
The mission of the Department of Animal Science is to improve lives through discovery, integration, dissemination and application of science-based knowledge of animals and animal products. Today, the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University has achieved national and international prominence as the largest and most complex department of animal science in the nation.
100+ High-Impact Learning Experiences
Students pursuing a degree in Animal Science at Texas A&M University have multiple opportunities to take part in high-impact learning experiences. With 10 nationally recognized competitive teams, department-led education abroad programs, industry tours, student research, and local, state, national, and international internships, every student has the chance to participate.
Animal Science News
Three Texas A&M competitive judging teams dominate at National Western Stock Show
Three competitive judging teams from the Department of Animal Science in the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences recently claimed championship titles at the historic National Western Stock Show, NWSS, in Denver.
A heart for horses and a passion for agriculture education
Grace Parks ’24 may be a Vermont horsewoman, but that hasn’t stopped her from expanding her horizons in Texas to make the most of her time as a student in the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
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