ASI 120 - Basic Domestic Animal Handling
Credit Hour(s): 2
Provides study of concepts in applied animal behavior to properly and safely handle animals with basic focus on restraint and containment with the most current humane and ethical practices. The course will also focus in zoonosis and risk assessment with the parameters of domestic animal handling while providing an experiential component to practice at the 100 level.
This course has an additional fee. 2 Credit(s). Lab course with 3-hour lecture and 2-hour lab for ½ of the semester Contact Hour(s).
Meets 2 credit hours of lab science requirement.
Course Session Cycle: Spring
Course Yearly Cycle: Even
Schedule of Classes
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