Undergraduate students across UBC are interested in topics and issues related to animal welfare. While there is no undergraduate program specific to animal welfare, students often enroll in coursework taught by faculty who conduct research and teach in this topic area. Some students choose to enroll in the Applied Animal Biology major, in the Applied Biology Program, offered through UBC’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems, where they can take a number of courses related to animal welfare. We also offer a wide variety of opportunities for undergraduates to volunteer, work, or conduct original research with faculty and graduate students. Explore the Applied Animal Biology major which includes co-op and honours options, relevant courses taught by faculty in Animal Welfare, undergraduate research opportunities, and resources at the links below.