Veterinary Science: FFA and SAE (18005A001)

Length: 1 semester

Grade Level: 9-12, Adult

Credit: .5

Cost: $279

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Veterinary Science I explores the basic systems of animals.  The course
discusses animal cells and tissues, explores the skeletal, circulatory, respiratory, renal, reproductive, digestive, nervous, endocrine and immune systems.  The course also covers basic animal health and nutrition, explores veterinary sciences careers, explores the FFA Chapter Operations, and how the Supervised Agricultural Experience Program is used in this process.  Upon completion of this course, students will have excellent animal husbandry and vet skills that will help them proceed with animal and veterinary science curriculum and career exploration.

Lessons:

VS001 Animal Cells
VS002 Animal Tissues
VS003 The Skeletal System
VS004 The Circulatory System
VS005 The Respiratory System
VS006 The Renal System
VS007 The Reproductive System
VS008 The Digestive System
VS009 The Nervous System
VS010 The Endocrine System
VS011 The Immune System
VS012 Basic Animal Nutrition
VS013 Equine Nutrition
VS017 The Physical Examination
VS020 Parturition
VS025 Blood clotting and Rodenticides
VS026 Health Tests for Livestock Shows
VS031 Necropsy
VS037 Fecal Examination for Parasites
VS038 Vital Signs
VS039 Injections
FFA Chapter Operations
Updating SAE Recordbooks and SAE Ideas

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