Animal Sciences Program Admissions
A total of 128 credit hours is needed for successful completion of the Bachelor's in Science of Animal Sciences Program at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, including courses in the following:
- Domesticated Animal Anatomy & Physiology
- Animal Nutrition
- Production courses
With course work in economics, mathematics, and other related sciences, including:
- NREM 220 or ECON 131
- CHEM 272/272L
- MBBE 402/402L
ANSC Program Sheet
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First-time freshmen are required to complete a Self-Reported Application. Applicants must indicate courses, grades, credits, and test scores on the application which will be used by the Office of Admissions to make an initial decision. Upon request, official transcript(s) and test scores will be required for validation and/or scholarship offers. You can apply online here
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