Undergraduate students that successfully fulfil the requirements of the bachelors of science degree in animal production are expected to be able to:
1. Demonstrate a deep understanding of the basic principles in the various areas of livestock production; including nutrition, physiology, genetics, health and management.
2. Apply the acquired knowledge in various areas of livestock production.
3. Utilize critical thinking and logical reasoning in addressing issues related to livestock production.
4. Communicate effectively with a wide range of related stakeholders and provide appropriate extension services.
5. Apply the principles of public safety and environmental protection.
6. Acquire and apply practical skills along with keeping up with recent advances in livestock production.
7. Identify basic principles of research methodology and evidence-based decision making.
8. Abide by the professional, ethical and legal considerations relevant to the livestock production.