Montana State University
College of Agriculture > Dept. of Animal & Range Sciences

Department of Animal & Range Sciences

P.O. Box 172900
Bozeman, MT 59717-2900

Tel: (406) 994-3722
Fax: (406) 994-5589
Location: 103 Animal Bioscience Building

Department Head:

Dr. Glenn Duff

Department of Animal and Range Sciences

Animal and Range Sciences

Animal Science
The curricula in animal science provide students with a firm foundation in the biological and natural sciences, animal breeding, reproductive physiology, nutrition, and livestock production and management.
Three options:  Equine Science, Livestock Management & Industry, and Science

Natural Resources & Rangeland Ecology
This program focuses on managing the interaction of livestock, and wildlife and their rangeland habitats. Emphasis is placed on soil, water and vegetation attributes which influence habitat ecology and management of livestock and wildlife.
Two options:  Rangeland Ecology & Management, and Wildlife Habitat Ecology & Management

We also offer the Sustainable Livestock Production Option of the interdisciplinary degree Sustainable Food & Bioenergy Systems.

Welcome to the Department of Animal and Range Sciences. We are dedicated to our students' education and career advancement. This is indicated by the depth of our curriculum, our investment in field laboratories, interactive class projects, and our commitment to helping students gain valuable work experience. We hope you find our website helpful. If you have any questions, please let us know.

Seeing is believing...
and there is no substitute for a personal visit. So, please visit us! To set up an appointment, please call 406-994-5582.

   In this video, featuring our equine science faculty Dr. Shannon Moreaux, Montana State University College of Agriculture's faculty and students share their experiences at the university.