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Anonymous asked in PetsOther - Pets · 1 decade ago

Which of these animal-related careers require only a 4-year (bachelor's) animal science major degree?

 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 Officer

• 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

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    You could probably get away with a 4 year education for these careers:

    • Agricultural Educator

    • Agricultural/University Extension Agent

    • Consultant for Nutritional Programs

    • Embryo Transfer Technician

    • Environmental Risk Manager

    • Environmental Technician

    • Extension Agent for 4-H

    • Quality Assurance

    • 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 Officer

    • 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

    • Marketing

    • Pharmaceutical, Feed, Packing or Other Sales Representative

    • Public Relations

  • 3 years ago

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