The Animal Science Graduate Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers multiple opportunities for educational advancement, breakthrough research, and interactions with world renowned faculty. Graduate programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees are available in Breeding and Genetics, Meat and Poultry Products, Non-ruminant and Ruminant Nutrition, and Physiology. In addition to innovative courses and independent research, educational experience is also available through teaching assistant positions and cooperative extension work with faculty members. The following is a listing of the graduate program information that can be found on the Animal Science website.
This page contains information on entrance requirements and the application procedure. It contains an on-line copy of the Animal Science Graduate Student Manual and the forms that are needed for application.
A complete listing of graduate level Animal Science courses can be found here along with information on the individual programs in Breeding and Genetics, Meat and Poultry Products, Non-ruminant and Ruminant Nutrition, and Physiology.
This is an index listing of the downloadable forms needed to complete a Masters or Ph.D. degree.
Information on fellowships, assistantships, and scholarships can be found here as links to the University Graduate Program.
This page describes the Animal Science Graduate Student Association at UNL and contains a link to their website.
Get to know your fellow graduate students by browsing this complete listing including contact information.
Containing information both about the University and professional links, this page offers some valuable resources for finding answers to your questions, opportunities for scholarships and internships, or job listings.