AG 100 - Intro To Agriculture
(AGRI 1131) Introduction to agriculture and its relationship to the sciences. Also explores careers and opportunities in agriculture. Insights into the agriculture curriculum and course content are also presented. Required of all agriculture majors.
AG 297 - Special Topics
AG 300 - Professional Agricultural Communications
Professional Agricultural Communications. One semester hour. Techniques of agricultural communication emphasizing principles involved in job search. Techniques of interviewing, resume writing, letters of inquiry, etc. For agriculture majors. Prerequisites: ENG 1301 and junior standing.
AG 335 - Wildlife Management I
Wildlife Management I. Three semester hours. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the many aspects of wildlife and conservation science. It will provide an introduction to the history of wildlife management and conservation, ecosystems and ecology, population modeling, animal behavior, food and cover, wildlife diseases, predators and predation, and hunting and trapping. Offered: FALL
AG 336 - Wildlife Management II
Wildlife Management II. Three semester hours. This course is designed to complement Wildlife Management I and provides an introduction to the many aspects of wildlife ecology and conservation science. Topics covered include water and soils, farmlands, rangelands, and forests, parks and refuges, urban wildlife management, and non-game and endangered species. Students are required to participate in field trips designed to give practical experience in wildlife management techniques.
AG 392 - GLB/Appld Ethics US World Ag
This course examines major, contemporary issues in agriculture and food policy with emphasis on the ethical aspects of each issue. Discussion focuses on assessing the particular economic, cultural, geographic, political, religious, technological and scientific principles with a moral and ethical framework. Course scope is approximately half U.S. domestic issues and half international issues. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
AG 397 - SPECIAL TOPICS
Special Topics. One to four semester hours. Organized class. May be repeated when topics vary.
AG 400 - Seminar
Seminar. One semester hour. Techniques involved in presenting scientific and technical oral reports. Oral presentations required. Prerequisites: Senior standing.
AG 405 - Internship Agri-Industris
Internship in Agri-Industries. Three to six semester hours. This course provides the opportunity for students to gain on-the-job experience in the preparation for careers in the rapidly growing agri-related areas of industry and business. Assignments will be at an approved work situation under supervision of a designated faculty member. Ten to twenty hours per week will be required.
AG 407 - General Biochemistry
General Biochemistry - Three semester hours Nomenclature, structure, and function of major biomolecules and study of life processes involving them. Topics include enzymology, metabolism, molecular genetics, and biosynthesis. Treatment is qualitative, with very few quantitative considerations. Whenever appropriate, biochemistry is related to biological and health issues. Prerequisite BSC 1406, 1407; and Chem 212; or consent of the instructor. Note: For majors in life sciences and students interested in health professions such as veterinary medicine, osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, and dentistry.
AG 408 - Nutritional Biochemistry
Nutritional Biochemistry - Three semester hours A course in biochemistry using nutrition as a model. Topics will include the energetics of metabolism, the structure and metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and the integration of metabolic systems. Included also will be the chemistry of nitrogenous bases and how transcription and translation is accomplished on the cellular level. The course is 3-credit-hour class with 3 hours lecture and no lab (3,0). Prerequisites are ANS 407, CHEM 212, CHEM 314.
AG 489 - Indst Agricul Sci
Independent Study. One to four semester hours. Individualized instruction/research at an advanced level in a specialized content area under the direction of a faculty member. May be repeated when the topic varies. Prerequisite: Consent of department head.
AG 490 - H Honors Thesis
AG 490 - H Honors Thesis Hours: 6 Individualized instruction/research at an advanced level in a specialized content area under the direction of a faculty member. Prerequisite Consent of head. Note May be repeated when the topic varies.
AG 491 - H Ind Honors Readings
AG 491 - H IND HONORS RDGS Hours: 3 Individualized instruction/research at an advanced level in a specialized content area under the direction of a faculty member. Prerequisite Consent of head. Note May be repeated when the topic varies.
AG 495 - Ungd Research in the Ag Scienc
Undergraduate Research in the Agricultural Sciences. Three semester hours. Undergraduate research for those students pursuing a bachelors degree in the agricultural sciences. May not be taken if an honors thesis is being completed. Prerequisites: Junior status and a 2.7 cumulative grade point average with a 3.0 major grade point average. Must have prior acceptance by a faculty member in the agricultural sciences.
AG 497 - Special Topics
Special Topics. One to five semester hours. Organized class. May be repeated when topics vary.