Spring 2024 Course Information
Animal Breeding Strategies: Design and Evaluation of Animal Breeding Programs
||Iowa State University
||AN S 652B
||2 credit hours - $600 per credit
||March 18, 2024 - May 10, 2024
Advanced concepts in design and evaluation of animal breeding programs, including modeling and optimization, derivation of economic values, gene-flow, and predicting rates of inbreeding.
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Disability Support Services
To request accommodations for this course, contact the disability support office at your home university. You must register each semester and for each course. Read more about the Great Plains IDEA process for requesting accommodations.
In the three weeks prior to the start of class, students will receive course information and access instructions via email from the Iowa State campus coordinator, Iowa State Online
The email will include instructions for how students can set up their Iowa State Net-ID and password which is needed to log into Iowa State’s Canvas system. It typically takes 1-2 business days after setting up a Net-ID before students can log into Iowa State’s Canvas. Courses may not be visible in Canvas until the first day of class.
If students experience problems registering for a Net-ID, they can contact the Iowa State Solution Center for assistance at 515-294-4000. Students will need their 9-digit ISU university ID (provided in the ISU campus coordinator email) for the Solution Center to assist them. The Solution Center is open evenings and weekends. View the Solution Center's hours of operation
This course requires an exam proctor. Consult the campus coordinator at the teaching university for proctor guidelines.
This course includes required synchronous components. Consult with the instructor for more information.
Course WILL have synchronous components--will be arranged after class has started to work with students' schedules.