Ambear asked in PetsOther - Pets · 1 decade ago

What careers are available for someone who has a degree in animal science?

2 Answers

Relevance
  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    The possibilities are endless.

    Agricultural Educator

    • Agricultural/University Extension

    Agent

    • Animal Geneticist

    • Animal Pathologist

    • Animal Sciences College Professor

    • Clinical Laboratory Technologist for

    Animals

    • Consultant for Nutritional Programs

    • Dentistry

    • Embryo Transfer Technician

    • Environmental Risk Manager

    • Environmental Technician

    • Extension Agent for 4-H

    • Food Scientist

    • Human Medicine

    • Laboratory Research Scientist

    • Quality Assurance

    • Research and Development with Food

    Companies

    • Veterinarian

    • Wildlife Biologist

    Animal Feed Retailer

    • Animal Shelter Manager

    • Breed Association Representative

    • Commercial Livestock Buyer/

    Producer

    • County/State Extension Agents/

    Specialists

    • Director of Equine Training and

    Management

    • Feed Mill Processing Manager

    • Feedlot Manager

    • Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc.

    Licensed Instructor

    • Large Animal Trainer

    • Seedstock Producer

    • Sire Analyst/Sire Program Consultant

    • USDA Meat Inspector

    Advertising and Promotion

    • Banker/Loan Offi cer

    • Chemical Sales Representative

    • Communications/Writing for Agricultural

    Publications

    • Farm Consultant

    • Farm Manager

    • Feed Sales Representative

    • Finance

    • Government/Regulatory Agencies

    • Grain Buyer

    • Human Resource Manager

    • Insurance Agent/Broker for Farms

    • International Opportunities

    • Law

    • Lobbyist

    • Marketing

    • Pharmaceutical, Feed, Packing or

    Other Sales Representative

    • Public Relations

    • Login to reply the answers
  • 1 decade ago

    extension office specialist, lab research, nutrition specialist, animal care manager, practical vet tech, vet assistant, writer for animal magazines, animal photographer, outdoor education leader/teacher, wildlife rehabilitation worker, farm manager

    Source(s): have degree in animal sciences
    • Login to reply the answers
Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.