Animal Science Industry

The Animal Science Industry track prepares students for careers in the animal industry. These career paths may include animal production and management, animal feed, and animal health industries, as well as education and service organizations. Students are trained in the basic principles of breeding, feeding, management, nutrition, reproduction, and selection of livestock for the production of meat, milk, and wool as well as for animal health. Experiential learning is facilitated at the FAMU Animal Complex in Quincy, FL. Graduates may seek employment, pursue graduate studies or become entrepreneurs.

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Admission Information  |  Scholarship Information

Keawin Sarjeant, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Program Leader
Phone: (850) 412-5653


Animal Science Industry Faculty Profiles


KeawinAssistant Professor and Program Leader

Ph.D., University of Florida


Phone: (850) 412-5653

Areas of Interest: Meat Science, Meat and Poultry Processing, Food Microbiology and Safety

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Montana State University


Phone: (850) 412-5651

Areas of Interest: Animal Nutrition, Aquaculture, Microbiomics

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., West Virginia State University


Phone: (850) 412-7075

Areas of Interest: Animal Reproduction and Physiology

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Purdue University
Phone: 8504125593
Areas of Interest: Poultry and Swine Nutrition, Digestive Physiology

Contact Animal Science Industry Program

  • 1740 South Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
  • Perry-Paige Building
  • Tallahassee, FL 32307