Companion Animal Management Undergraduate Certificate

Manage and care for pets

Increase your knowledge and experience with companion animals. Study the biology of dogs and cats, plus reptiles, birds and other mammals.

Have a better understanding of their behavior, physiology and role in society.

Companion Animal Management

This certificate provides a program for students who desire an education that exposes them to companion animals. Some students in disciplines outside of agriculture may desire this certificate if they intend to incorporate companion animals into mental or physical therapy programs.

Admission requirements

To be admitted, students must submit a personal statement explaining their reasons for seeking the certificate and how the program will meet their professional goals. It is highly recommended that a student has had a college level math and English course.

Program requirements (15 hours)

  1. AGS 185(3), 385(3), 389(3), 485(3)
  2. Internship: AGR 499(3) with approval of advisor and an emphasis in companion animals, specifically at a small animal veterinary clinic, animal shelter, training facility, or breeding operation.
  3. All candidates must satisfy the General University Certificate Requirements.

Completion requirement

Attain a grade of C or better in all courses used to fulfill the certificate requirements.