Courses in General Agriculture

1201.  Agriculture and Human Sciences as Professions. 2(2-0)
Designed to help the student define the role of Agriculture and Human Sciences in society.  The students will increase their abilities in critical thinking, analysis and communication.

2372.  Global Agriculture Society.  3(3-0)
The role of food agriculture in a global society.  Critical issues affecting world food production across diverse cultures.

3995.  Internship.  V:1-9
Supervised and planned work experience under college guidelines in an agriculture enterprise or agency setting.  Practical application of knowledge and skills of major subject area without classroom consultation, but with formal evaluation.  May be repeated for a maximum of nine semester hours toward degree; may not count toward minor.  Prerequisite:  written contexts of adviser and dean.

4171.  Seminar.  1(1-0)
A review of current literature on agriculture subjects.  Assigned reading on selected topics with weekly conferences.

4350.  Collective Leadership in Agriculture and Human Sciences.  3(3-0)
Through case studies, reflective analysis, scenario learning and service learning, students will develop leadership skills in a systems thinking approach to issues in agriculture, natural resources and human sciences, by application of knowledge in real world context.  Students will acquire an understanding of the inextricable relationship among agriculture, natural resources, human sciences and society.  Prerequisite:  senior standing.

This page was last updated on: January 4, 2016