ANSC 1011: Animals and Society

3 CreditsCivic Life and EthicsOnline Available

This online course is designed for anyone interested in the ways in which we as a human society interact with, affect and are affected by non-human animals. Students will gain a broad understanding of the major ways in which humans use animals in contemporary society, including as food, as companions, as research subjects, and as entertainment. Other topics will include: social and ethical issues concerning animal use, the human-animal bond, animals in culture, and animals and the law.

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