This website was initially created by J. Niki Parrott, a Master of Agriculture student in Animal Sciences at Auburn University. Niki is a native of Alabama. She graduated with her B.S. in Wildlife Science at Auburn University in 1999. After graduation, Niki was employed at Camp McDowell in Nauvoo, AL as Director of the Feathers in Focus Program where she taught 4th to 8th graders about environmental science and birds of prey. In 2001, Niki returned to Auburn University to pursue a Masters in Agriculture degree. She received her Master of Agriculture degree in August, 2002. In 2006, Niki will graduate from the College of Veterinary Medicne.
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The Master of Agriculture Program in the Department of Animal Sciences at Auburn Univeristy is a one year graduate degree program. Students must complete at least 30 hours of graduate level coursework relating to their discipline and complete a project. No thesis is required. For more information about this graduate program or graduate programs requiring a thesis, please contact Dr. Russell Muntifering, Animal Sciences Graduate Program Officer.
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