Master’s Program of Animal Science and Agriculture

This program prepares students to be highly trained professionals, educators, or researchers who can address a wide array of food safety and global issues related to animal science and agriculture. The program combines research in the fields of animal science and agriculture with veterinary medicine. It stresses the latest knowledge and skills in these specialized and interdisciplinary fields with courses in veterinary life science, animal production science, environmental ecology, food science, agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, and plant production science.

Degree: Master of Veterinary Life Science
Degree: Master of Agriculture
Year: 2-year

Laboratory of Veterinary Life Science

Laboratory of Animal Production Science

Laboratory of Ecology and Environmental Science

Laboratory of Food Science

Laboratory of Agricultural Economics

Laboratory of Engineering for Agriculture

Laboratory of Plant Production Science

Master’s Degree Program of Animal and Food Hygiene

The program is open to all students who major in animal science and agriculture, regardless of the courses they are enrolled in. It provides professional-level training in food safety, and its goal is to train individuals who can maintain international safety and hygiene standards required by businesses involved in the global distribution of food.
The program’s specialized curriculum includes courses on management systems for the safety and hygiene of agricultural and livestock products. Students who successfully complete this program will receive a degree in their area of specialization and be ready to work as animal and food hygiene professionals with exceptional skills in their chosen field.

Degree: Master of Animal and Food Hygiene
Year: 2-year