The Animal husbandry program is another advanced certificate course that lectures students about how to care for agricultural animals. Students are taught about animal physiology and anatomy, in addition to proper nutrition and health care. In the course of the program, students will be able to choose an elective that will focus on a particular range such as sheep, poultry, cattle, or pigs to gain specific insight about its management.
The animal behavior courses look into the social behavior of animals. The lessons center on how animals play, their feeding styles, the factors that trigger their aggression and affect their inherent nature. The program also discusses how to train animals properly, which makes it an ideal study for anyone who is looking to set up a business dealing with animals
or for anyone who works with animals.
The animal science courses also feature programs related to aquatic marine life such as the Aquaculture course which is the study of fresh water fish. The lessons discuss how to breed and manage fish in a freshwater environment. Farming fish and crustaceans of this nature is often for the purpose of human consumption, which makes it an ideal study for those already working in this particular industry.