Combine your interest in working with and caring for livestock animals and the food systems that support them to earn an animal science associate degree. Choose from two degree tracks designed to foster your success:
- You can pursue an associate of applied science degree and enter the workforce directly after completing the two-year program.
- If you plan to go on to earn a bachelor’s degree at a participating public four-year Colorado school, you can choose a liberal arts associate of science degree with designation.
Earn your animal science degree in Weld County, Colorado, where agriculture and ranching are leading industries. Become an asset to employers by learning hands-on skills from instructors with decades of practical experience. At Aims, you’ll have the opportunity to build relationships and make industry connections that can serve you throughout your career while learning subjects including:
- Anatomy and physiology of farm animals
- Feeds and feeding
- Health and care of livestock
- Agricultural economics