ANZ 321 - Citizen Canine

ANZ 321 - Citizen Canine

3.00 Cr
Continuing where Familiar Canine left off, students will apply and expand on their knowledge of canine related topics to the dogs in their community. Learning theory, cognition, antecedent arrangement, applied behavior analysis, animal sheltering, and the animal training profession will be major focuses of the course. Special attention will be made on topics including human-animal attachment, communication, expectations, conflict, and compassion fatigue. Working with assigned dogs is required for completion of assignments. Fostering a dog is optional (see ANZ 321L 1 or 2 credits). This course includes both written and oral evaluation techniques to assess student learning.
Term: 
2021FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Sumridge, Molly