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Mammal Husbandry Certificate


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Additional information available on the Zoo Keeping Technology Department website.

The Mammal Husbandry certificate is designed to enhance the Zoo Keeping AAS degree or introduce students to animal careers other than Zoo Keeping. Students learn about the importance of animal conservation programs in ex-situ and in-situ environments throughout the world. Additionally, students learn about mammalian biology and husbandry, and the captive care and management of mammals. Students can choose electives that focus on primates (lesser primates and great apes), wild cats, ungulates, elephants, and bats.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Mammal Husbandry certificate program, students should be able to:

  • Discuss the environmental, political, economic, and sociological issues linked to loss of biodiversity on the planet
  • Design husbandry, conservation, and management programs for a variety of mammals (e.g., wildcats, primates, hoofed mammals)

Requirements


Electives


Choose six (6) hours from list below

Total Credit Hours: 13


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