The course focuses on understanding and solving problems that have arisen, at least in part, from human-animal interactions. While these interactions frequently originate with the best of intentions, the consequences are often unexpected and not very good. Through reading primary peer-reviewed literature as well as web postings, students will acquire the specific knowledge, which, combined with information from their previous courses in their major and general education classes, will form the basis for group and class discussions. Satisfies the Integrative Experience requirement for BS-Animal Science and BS-PreVeterinary Science majors.
Open to BS-Animal Science and BS-PreVeterinary Science Seniors and Juniors only