ANZ 442 - The Science of Animal Welfare

ANZ 442 - The Science of Animal Welfare

3.00 Cr
This course will explore issues involving the use of animals in agriculture, science, education and society. Students will examine the scientific research involved in understanding and improving domestic animal welfare and the philosophical positions on the use of animals. Topics addressed will include the physiological components of animal well-being, the concept of quality of life, the history of the humane movement, and the changing role of animals in society. The course will include reading, discussion, critical thinking, literature searches and student presentations.
Term: 
2021SP
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
DeMello, Margo
Suthers, Hannah
Szymanski, Tahnee