Extractions: Crop and Soil Science courses related to Clay Mineralogy CRSS 3050-3050L. Principles of Soil Science. CRSS 4370/6370. Heavy Metals in the Environment CRSS 4510. Contaminants in Soils CRSS 4540/6540-4540L/6540L. Pedology CRSS 4590/6590-4590L/6590L Soil Fertility CRSS 4600/6600-4600L/6600L. Soil Physics CRSS 4660/6660-4660L/6660L. Chemical Analysis of Environmental Samples. CRSS 4670/6670. Environmental Soil Chemistry. CRSS 8000. Soil Physical Chemistry CRSS 8540-8540L. Soil Mineralogy UGA Clay Mineralogy Geology ... Crop and Soil Science For further information, call or e-mail: Dr. Paul A. Schroeder Associate Professor of Clay Mineralogy
Soil Science Curriculum And Courses Former Curriculum Note, a new undergraduate curriculum is being developed. soils and Environment is one of the study areas within the agronomy major. crop soil Environmental science Home Page . http://soils.clemson.edu/curricul.htm
Extractions: Soils and Environment is one of the study areas within the agronomy major. A description of the other study areas within the agronomy major can be accessed via the Home Page. Members of the Soils and Land Resources Faculty teach the Soils courses within the Agronomy rubric and serve as advisors to students who select this option. This study area gives students an understanding of soil as a natural resource and as a component of all terrestrial ecosystems. The student will learn how soils influence ecological processes which take place above and below ground. An understanding of these processes will enable the student to deal with traditional agricultural production issues as well as environmental management problems such as groundwater protection, and the most appropriate use for a particular landscape. Students interested in preparing for graduate work in soils can aim toward a variety of special areas including soil biology, fertility, chemistry, physics, mineralogy, and morphology. FRESHMAN YEAR First Semester Second Semester AGRIC 104 Intro. to Plant Sciences
UGA Crop And Soil Sciences: Crop Science Curriculum for Major in crop science. Major in crop science. Department of crop and soil sciences. What is crop science? crop science is the study of plants that are used to produce food and fiber for humans and feed for animals. Many courses in the crop science major include laboratories in which students obtain experience related to http://www.cropsoil.uga.edu/CropMajor.html
Extractions: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences What is Crop Science? Crop science is the study of plants that are used to produce food and fiber for humans and feed for animals. Modern crop science includes basic and applied courses in a diversity of study areas. The crop science major allows students flexibility in preparing for careers. Careful course selection in the first two years permits students to choose from numerous electives during their junior and senior year. Elective courses in genetics, chemistry, computer science, animal sciences, botany, economics, business, engineering, entomology, plant pathology, and other areas broaden the scope of education. Practical Experiences Many courses in the crop science major include laboratories in which students obtain experience related to their coursework. Internships provide practical experience in crop sciences, and students may arrange to receive course credits for internships. Part-time or full-time internships may be arranged with experiment stations, businesses, industries, or government agencies. Scientists in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences offer work-study opportunities to students to assist in research. A special problem course in agronomy awards academic credit for experience in research. Leadership training is provided through the Agronomy Club and other campus activities. Career Opportunities Career opportunities for crop science graduates are diverse. Employment opportunities are found in agribusiness sales and service, education, financial institutions, government service, and farming. Specific areas of employment are agricultural business manager, agricultural chemical sales and promotion, agricultural extension agent, agricultural missionary, farmer, farm manager, international agriculturalist, herbicide specialist, industrial agronomist, and research technician.
UW-RF Web Page Template View Academic Program crop and soil science Major Foundation courses in Agriculture 12 cr. hrs. AGRN 161 Introduction to Plant science 3 cr. hrs. http://www.uwrf.edu/pes/crop&soil/welcome.html
Extractions: Crop and Soil Science Faculty Crop Option Soil Option Agronomy Minor ... More Information Provide theoretical and experiential learning in plant growth, crop production, and pest management. This includes classroom and laboratory work, field trips, and internship opportunities. Prepare students for entry level positions or graduate studies in agronomy and related areas. Provide students the opportunity to develop socially and professionally through participation in campus clubs, professional society programs, judging teams, and other organized activities.
Extractions: graduate students must register for the 500 level course. Introduction to departments, college and university programs. Individual and group counseling and baccalaureate program planning. Exposure to career opportunities in crop and soil science. PREREQ: Major and minor students only. An overview of major crop species; plant growth and development; and basic principles of crop science. Labs include hands-on work with plant materials. Principles, practices and issues relating to production, marketing and improvement of horticultural and agronomic crops. Comparison of crop production systems; geography of crop production; cropping calendars. PREREQ: Year of General Biology or equivalent. CROSSLISTED as HORT 300. CSS 310. Forage Production (4)
Soils 101 soil science courses at Penn State Penn State Department of crop and soil sciences home page Penn State College of Agricultural sciences home page Penn State http://www.agronomy.psu.edu/Courses/Soils101/Soils101.html
Ag Crop And Soil Science Specialty. AG 913 Introductory Microcomputer Skills in Agriculture (03 semester credits). Recommended courses for crop science and soil science, 18-20 semester credits. http://www.itransfer.org/IAI/Majors/AG/Default.taf?page=AgCrop
Extractions: As a freshman and sophomore, the student will undertake basic studies, acquiring the foundation necessary for more advanced work. During these first two years, the student should complete the University Integrative Studies requirements in chemistry, mathematics, and biology. The student will also begin the basic Crop and Soil Science courses.
Entry Level Soil Science Job Career Objective To Begin Work In My Field Of Study Preferably soil Pedology Or Conservation. Home ». Employment ». crop/soil ». science. General Info BS in Environmental science. courses Emphasis http://www.agriseek.com/job-career/p/Entry-Level-Soil-Science.htm
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CROP, SOIL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (CSES) crop, soil, AND ENVIRONMENTAL science (CSES) J. L. Barrentine , Head of the Department , 115 Plant sciences Building , 5752354 * science. Supporting education in the biological and physical sciences provides the basis for courses in crop management and environmental, soil http://www.uark.edu/admin/urelinfo/CatalogofStudies/OLD_CATALOGS/00-01/dbcafls/c
Extractions: CROP, SOIL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (CSES) J. L. Barrentine Head of the Department 115 Plant Sciences Building * Distinguished Professor Oosterhuis * Distinguished Professors Emeriti Caviness, Frans, Waddle * University Professors Oliver, Scott, Talbert, Wolf * University Professor Emeritus Lavy * Professors Bacon, Barrentine, Beyrouty, Bourland, Daniel, Gbur, Keisling, Moldenhauer, Norman, Phillips, Rutledge, Scifres, Stewart, West * Professors Emeriti Gilmour, Hinkle, Thompson * Visiting Professor Gealy * Adjunct Professors Dilday, Johnston, Rutger * Associate Professors Counce, Longer, Mauromoustakos, McConnell, Miller, Muir, Purcell, Sneller * Visiting Associate Professor Moore * Research Associate Professor Davis * Assistant Professor Burgos * Adjunct Assistant Professors Aiken, Sauer * Research Assistant Professors Anders, Baker, Gibbons, Mattice, Widick, Wilson Courses in the department of crop, soil, and environmental sciences provide fundamental and applied studies in two majors: crop management (CPMG) and environmental, soil, and water science (ESWS). Areas studied in the crop management major include plant breeding and genetics, crop physiology, crop production and management, weed science, seed production technology, and soil fertility. Areas studied within the environmental, soil, and water science major include pesticide residues, soil chemistry, soil genesis and classification, soil microbiology, soil physics, environmental science and water science. Supporting education in the biological and physical sciences provides the basis for courses in crop management and environmental, soil, and water sciences.
Crop And Soil science Field Course. Level 3. Plant Breeding Biotechnology; Global soil Geography; Personal Skills for Land Managers; Biological Control Sustainable crop http://www.abdn.ac.uk/agfor/Courses/Crop and Soil.hti
Extractions: The degree programme in Crop and Soil Science provides you the opportunity to study the growth of crops as influenced by both the soil characteristics and condition, and by the aerial environment. The programme will develop your understanding of the management of crops to produce useful products for man. The growth of crops continues to be an important focus of scientific investigation, and new developments in other areas of science are increasingly being applied in crops (e.g. genetic engineering of crop plants, GMOs; bio-control of plant disease, and the production of bio-active molecules) as well as meeting the challenges of achieving sustainable systems of crop production. The degree will give you the opportunity of developing a career in research, crop consultancy, and in the commercial sector either in the UK or overseas. Programme Structure The degree programme covers the physical, chemical and biological behaviour of soils and the biological basis of crop production and protection. This degree is available as a Designated degree (3 years) or an Honours degree (4 years). Some courses are compulsory and some optional, allowing you to tailor the programme to your needs. Each course may include formal lectures, practical classes, field visits and tutorials and student-centered learning. The 3-term year is divided into two teaching half sessions of 15 weeks (12 weeks teaching plus exams). In the first year students study six courses, and in subsequent years eight courses.
Extractions: Academics Extension Research Services ... Requesting Information Undergraduate Courses Introduction to departments, college and university programs. Individual and group counseling and baccalaureate program planning. Exposure to career opportunities in crop and soil science. PREREQ: Major and minor students only. An overview of major crop species; plant growth and development; and basic principles of crop science. Labs include hands-on work with plant materials. Soil ecosystems as a medium for plant and crop growth, the cycling of nutrients, supply and purification of water, and a habitat for a diverse population of soil organisms. Relationship of human activities to the sustainability of soil ecosystems. Lec/Lab. REQ: Field trips. Principles, practices and issues relating to production, marketing and improvement of horticultural and agronomic crops. Comparison of crop production systems; geography of crop production; cropping calendars. PREREQ: Year of General Biology or equivalent. CROSSLISTED as HORT 300. CSS 305. Principles of Soil Science (4)
Undergraduate Programs The curriculum focus is on the application of basic science with technical crop and soil science courses to soil and Water Resource Management. http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/SoilCrop/ugrad.html
Extractions: The major in Soil and Crop Sciences provides the required core courses and the flexibility to develop a broad-based understanding and appreciation for the basic natural and social sciences; communication skills, and to explore human interests and leadership potential. Students from a wide range of rural and urban backgrounds learn principles that apply to the current challenges in soil, plant, and environmental sciences. Each graduating senior with a major in Soil and Crop Sciences will participate in an assessment of the educational progress of students within this major. Presentations in senior seminar, performance in the senior-level crop and soil management courses, and performance on the exit evaluation will be used to assess student learning. There are seven concentrations that permit specialization in subjects that require education in technical areas but continue to provide flexibility for students to develop broad-based interests. A student may major in Soil and Crop Sciences without declaring a specific concentration. Emphasis is on providing the student maximum flexibility in tailoring the curriculum to meet individual needs. A seed science option within one of the concentrations and a second major program with agricultural business is also available. Concentrations:
Crop Science At WSU For information about requirements, courses, and faculty research, visit the Department of crop and soil Sciences Web site. Students http://academics.wsu.edu/fields/study.asp?ID=CROPS
Extractions: Quick Navigation Academic Programs Admissions Alerts from ITS Athletics Blackboard Bookstore Bulletin Campus Computing Campus Map Campus Offices Career Development Catalog CobyCard Contact Cows For Coby Dining Menu Dining Services Directions Email Faculty Student Assoc. Financial Aid Honors Program Human Resources International Education Knowledge Base Library Publications Registrar Residential Life Search Site Map Student Affairs Student Government Student Handbook Student Life Tech Support Telecommunications Web Registration Access Soil and Water Conservation Concentration Course Listing The Agronomy program at SUNY Cobleskill emphasizes study in two basic areas - Crop Production and Soil and Water Conservation. Students who choose to major in Agronomy at Cobleskill take a two-year course of study that prepares them for employment in private industry or public service. Students may elect to continue their education after receiving an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree by enrolling in a Bachelor of Technology (BT) degree in Agriculture with a concentration in Plant Science. Agronomy Courses The courses taken by Agronomy students depends on whether they are concentrating in Soil and Water Conservation, Crop Production, or Agricultural Science. The lists below show the required courses for each concentration. In addition, students must also take courses in Liberal Arts and Sciences as well as unrestricted elective courses.
Extractions: To fulfill requirements for the Associate in Applied Science degree, the candidate in the major field of Agronomy with a concentration in Crop Production must complete a minimum of 66 credit hours of academic work with a GPA of not less than 2.00. These include 24 credits of major field requirements, 9 credits of agricultural electives, 22 credits in prescribed areas of liberal arts and sciences, and 11 credits of general electives. Major Field Requirements Code Name Credits AGBU 103 Agricultural Economics AGEN 261 Introduction to Agricultural Machinery OR AGEN 121 Horticultural Machinery AGRN 242 Forage and Seed Crops OR AGRN 251 Fruit Science OR AGRN 252 Vegetable Production AGRN 313 Soil Fertility AGRN 338 Weed Identification and Control AGSC 111 Introduction to Soil Science AGSC 186 Entomology AGSC 281 Plant Pathology * AGBU 103 : May substitute other Agricultural Business course * AGEN 261 : May substitute other Agricultural Engineering course Students should check with their advisors to make sure courses are taken in proper sequence and any prerequisites have been met. Some flexibility is available as to when courses must be taken. Students should consult with their advisors during the scheduling process.
Extractions: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRANSFER GUIDE Curriculum Code: 0548 Semester Semester Code Title Credits Prerequisite Offered REQUIREMENTS Total: 12 Credits CHEM 151 Gen Chem Lec I 4 See Catalog ALL CHEM 161 Gen Chem Lab I 1 2.0 in CHEM 151/conc, see Catalog ALL ECON 201 Prin of Ec-Micro 3 See Catalog ALL GEOL 221 Physical Geology 4 See Catalog F LIMITED CHOICE REQUIREMENTS Total: 25-27 Credits Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below. CHOICE 1: Integrative Studies 16 Credits CHOICE 2: Mathematics Requirement 5-7 Credits (See Note 2) Subchoice 2A: Subchoice 2B: CHOICE 3: Biology Requirement 4 Credits BIOL 127 Cell Biology 4 See Catalog ALL BIOL 128 Organismal Bio 4 See Catalog ALL ELECTIVES Total: 0-10 Credits (See Note 4) Complete the indicated number of credits in transferable courses of your choice.
Graduate Courses - TTU Plant Soil Science needs and interests, not included in other courses. in all aspects of plant and soil science including presentations 5305. Advanced Field crop Entomology (322 http://www.pssc.ttu.edu/coursegrad.htm