APSC 1504: Animal and Poultry Sciences First-Year Experience
APSC 1504 is a course for students new to the Animal and Poultry Sciences major providing opportunities for students to understand the APSC curriculum and how they can most effectively benefit from it. Students also research, retrieve and evaluate information on topics relevant to the animal science fields. One section of the course is designed to serve transfer students.
3 Things You Should Know About APSC 1504
- You are welcome.
- You are joining a great program.
- We are here to help!
What is the most enjoyable part of the course? What can students learn from this part of the course?
Learning about all the possibilities available to APSC majors. You will learn about hand-on opportunities with animals here on campus, experiential opportunities like internships, undergraduate research and study abroad, and how to incorporate these opportunities into your academic plans.
Other Things to Know About APSC 1504?
This course is designed to help you succeed and meet fellow Hokies in the APSC program. Come prepared to explore possibilities and learn how to make the most of your opportunities.
Contact: Cindy Wood