The department of Animal Science at North Carolina State University offer top level teaching and research that help students solve critical issues facing the animal industry in the world.
Graduate students can pursue an interdisciplinary program rooted in research areas such as genetics, nutrition or physiology while exploring both basic and applied scientific approaches in a variety of animal species.
There are competitive assistantships for qualified candidates in the department’s thesis-based master and doctoral programs.
Assistantships for the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees offer tuition, health insurance, and a $12,250 (MS) or $13,750 (Ph.D.) stipend for the academic year. Summer support is given at the discretion of the major professor. Total yearly support including summer supplement is $16,000 (MS) and $18,000 (Ph.D.).
For more information click the Msc/Phd Animal Science at North Carolina State University, webpage