Environmental/Veterinary Sciences

Environmental/Veterinary Sciences


Jennifer Glombowski

Course Description:

Do you like animals, plants, or just being outdoors? Then have we got the class for you. Environmental/Veterinary Sciences is full of animals, plants, and more! Students learn about animal health, reproduction, and anatomy & physiology in class and in our Animal Discovery Center. In our greenhouse students learn how to plant and care for vegetation. Students even learn how to tap Maple trees to make their own maple syrup! Other exciting opportunities include FFA convention and competitions, beekeeping, and selling and creating beautiful floral arrangements, corsages, and boutonnieres in The Petals Shop.

Second-year students will have the option to study any area in more depth such as animal grooming, veterinary sciences, floral design, greenhouse management, landscape design, and others. Certification in floral design, veterinary assistant, pet grooming, pesticide application, and nursery and landscaping are available. Second-year students who complete their FFA State Degree will also earn six credits from Michigan State University.

View Course Syllabus

Environmental/Veterinary Sciences

Other Links

Muskegon FFA website

Environmental/Veterinay Sciences website

Student Quotes:

"It is a very hands-on class. I like that we get to work with so many animals too."
- Environmental/Veterinary Sciences Student

I had fun in this class and enjoyed my internship, classmates, and teacher."
- Environmental/Veterinary Sciences Student

Special Features of the Program:

Learn how to grow and care for plants in a greenhouse environment. In addition, practice basic floral design techniques to help you earn your Michigan Student Certified Florist Certification.

Be a part of FFA and learn leadership skills that will benefit you in any career.

Qualified students can earn articulated credit to Davenport University, Baker College, or six credits from Michigan State University.

View a list of program advisors:

EVS Advisory Committee