Form NP Suggested courses are recommended below. General agriculture agr 101 (4), agr157 (3), any agr course; horticulture agr 143 (3), agr 243 (2), ACC http://www.cbhe.state.mo.us/Acadafrs/newprog/Sep15/smsuwp.htm
Extractions: NEW PROGRAM PROPOSAL FORM (Form NP) Sponsoring Institution: Southwest Missouri State University Program Title: General Agriculture Degree/Certificate: Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Delivery Site(s): Southwest Missouri State University CIP Classification: Implementation Date: January 2004 Cooperative Partners: None Expected Date of First Graduation: May 2005 AUTHORIZATION: Dr. Dale Law, Chief Academic Officer Cathy Proffitt Boys, (417) 255-7278 NEED A. Student Demand Agriculture has long played an important role in the economy of the Southwest Missouri State University SMSU-WP has offered agriculture courses for a number of years. There are approximately 1450 agriculture education students in the secondary schools located in the SMSU-WP service area. (Source: VA Report Fall 2001) i. STUDENT ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS (Form SE) Year Full-Time Part-Time TOTAL Assumptions: Part Time = 6 Credit Hours Full Time = 12 Credit Hours ii. There are no plans to cap enrollment at this time. A. Market Demand SMSU-WP is located 20 miles north of the Arkansas border in the most rural and isolated region of the state. A significant portion of the population in the SMSU-WP seven county service area lives in small rural towns of under 4000 or in unincorporated locations; m
Environmental Horticulture Option EH Core courses plus the following 30 Entomology/Disease Control 3 units; EH 20/120Intro to Ornamental horticulture 2 units; agr 99, agricultural Work Experience http://www.butte.cc.ca.us/instruction/agr/ag/en_hort/en_hort.htm
Extractions: Ornamental Horticulture has been change to Environmental Horticulture The Program Required Courses Suggested Schedule Campus Contacts ... Faculty Advisor Certificate Options: Nursery/Florist Technician Certificate Landscape/Turfgrass Technician Certificate The Environmental Horticulture option offers an AS degree in ornamental horticulture, three certificates of achievement, (Environmental Horticulture, Nursery/Florist Technician, and Landscape/Turfgrass Technician) and a certificate of completion in floral design. A certificate of achievement in general ornamental horticulture focuses on growing, maintaining, and designing with plants and flowers. It focuses on skills and knowledge pertinent to several fields of study within the ornamental horticulture industry. The outlook for jobs in ornamental horticulture is excellent. With over 2,000 potential employers in the north state and over 300 in our college district, opportunity is great. The major occupations include floriculture, nursery production, landscaping, sales, park maintenance, turfgrass management, research, education, and retail nursery and floristry. The Butte College programs are designed to give the students skills necessary for entry-level positions in the various horticulture industries. An Associates Degree enhances the individual's opportunity to advance into supervisory positions. A two- or four-year degree is a job requirement in some business and government agencies.
Agriscience-Bus-MS-12-05-02 Science, agronomy, or horticulture Concentration. Students may choose courses fromthe following lists for each concentration. Animal Science agr 317, 363 http://www.academicsenate.ilstu.edu/ProgramProposals/Agriscience-Bus-MS-12-05-02
Extractions: Illinois State University Proposed Changes to Master of Science in Agribusiness Degree Program The proposal changes the Master of Science in Agribusiness program to a Master of Science in Agribusiness with two sequence options. These options include a sequence in Agribusiness and a sequence in Agriscience. The proposed changes include identifying a new common core for the two sequences. The core consists of nine hours (25% of the program requirements) comprised of three agribusiness courses. The Agriscience sequence is described below. The proposal also includes a reduction in required hours from 39 for the current Agribusiness major to 36 for the proposed Agribusiness sequence of the Agribusiness major. This reduction makes the Agribusiness and Agriscience sequences symmetric in terms of credit hour requirements. The 36-hour requirement still equals or exceeds the credit requirements of all masters programs in the College of Applied Science and Technology that require a thesis or a comprehensive examination. The agribusiness sequence retains the same course requirements from the College of Business that were present in the previous agribusiness program. However, the maximum limit of 12 hours of 400-level courses from the College of Business is explicitly included in the catalog copy.
Department Of Horticulture Students who lack prerequisite courses may be admitted but are required GRADUATE PROGRAMOVERVIEW The Department of horticulture offers M.agr., MS, and http://hortweb.cas.psu.edu/academic/gradprog.html
Extractions: Prerequisite: no more than 30 credit hours, or permission. Introduction to the educational opportunities, facilities, services, and activities at SMSU with specific emphasis toward the Department of Agriculture. Course designed for students interested in Agriculture. AGR 200 Mini Agriculture 1(1-0) F,S A course designed to treat specific areas of agriculture to meet specialized student needs. Treatment of the subject will include consideration of historical, theoretical, scientific and application aspects. May be repeated up to a total of 3 hours provided the same topic is not repeated. Variable Content Course. A course fee may be charged for selected sections. AGR 300 Food and Agricultural Chemistry 3(3-0) F,S
Farmcentre.com - Farm Courses And Education Carlton Trail Regional College agriculture courses. University of Saskatchewan- M.agr., M.Sc University of Saskatchewan - Prairie horticulture Certificate. http://farmcentre.com/english/courses/courses.asp
Extractions: Revised 9/3/03 ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE CHOOSE THE SCHOOL YOU WOULD LIKE TO VIEW: UC Davis Cal Poly Pomona Cal Pol San Luis Obispo LOWER DIVISION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFER The following courses should be taken at OCC prior to transfer. Courses not offered at OCC need to be taken after transfer. Four-year colleges and universities often make changes in their requirements for majors. The information contained in this guide is based on the most recent information available from the four-year school and does not constitute an official agreement. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFONRIA, DAVIS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENVIRONMENTAL HORTICULATURE AND URBAN FORESTERY CPP OCC ENVHORT 1 No Equivalent Course ENVHORT 6 OH 181 or 182 LND ARC 30 No Equivalent Course BIOL 1ABC No Equivalent Course CHEM 2AB PHYS 1AB No Equivalent Courses No Equivalent Course MATH 16A or MATH 180(or 180H) or
Horticulture (919) In addition to 33 credit hours of specialized courses in horticulture, businessand soil science, students will agr 202, Introduction to horticulture, 3. http://www.lakeland.cc.il.us/models/919.htm
Extractions: Horticulture (919) Certificate The Horticulture certificate is designed for students seeking educational training and employment in the industries of landscaping, greenhouse management, plant propagation, nursery management, golf course management and turfgrass management. In addition to 33 credit hours of specialized courses in horticulture, business and soil science, students will receive 12 weeks of supervised occupational experience at approved internship locations. First Year 1st Semester Semester Hours AGR 040 Agricultural Mathematics or MAT 116 General Education Mathematics or higher AGR 202 Introduction to Horticulture AGR 057 Turf Management ART 081 Landscape Design AGR 050 Soils or AGR 205 Soil Science AGR 134 Business Analysis and Records Total 2nd Semester Semester Hours AGR 055 Woody Plant Identification AGR 051 Soil Fertility AGR 133 Agricultural Salesmanship AGR 041 Supervised Occupational Experience I Electives Total Summer Term Semester Hours AGR 056 Evergreens, Vines, and Ground Covers AGR 053 Integrated Pest Management AGR 042 Supervised Occupational Experience II Total Electives Semester Hours BIO 222 Wild Plants of Illinois AGR 046 Intro. to Agricultural Occupations
Extractions: The Graduate Group in Horticulture and Agronomy designates its master's degree as a Master of Science (M.S.). Students may select Plan I or Plan II as described below. Students will choose one of the following options in which to focus their course work and research: Agronomy Environmental Horticulture Pomology Vegetable Crops ... Viticulture or Weed Science Plan I students will select specific courses with guidance from the Graduate Adviser in consultation with the Major Professor. Plan II students will select specific courses in consultation with the Graduate Adviser. Within an option, the student can specialize in one of a number of areas; some suggested specializations are: Agroecology, Biotechnology, Breeding and Genetics for Crop Improvement, Crop Physiology,
Department Of Horticulture (Sw. Univ. Agr. Sc.) agr. Organisational Structure The Department of horticulture carries out a researchprogram with the Most of the courses in the 4.5 year program leading to a http://www.hridir.org/countries/sweden/PROVCOUN/the_swedish_university_of_agricu
Agriculture Courses Inventory of agriculture courses. agribusiness and Economics (AEC). HRT 110 Crop Science. HRT 210 - Ornamental horticulture. General agriculture (agr). http://ag.sfasu.edu/courses/courses.htm
Extractions: AEC 261 - Agricultural Economics AEC 344 - Agricultural Finance AEC 349 - Marketing of Agricultural Products AEC 442 - Land Economics AEC 451 - Farm Management AGD 361 - Agricultural Development AGD 371 - Agriculture Leadership AGD 465 - Agriculture Products Processing AGD 481 - Methods of Teaching Agricultural Sciences in the Secondary School AGD 491 - Student Teaching AGM 120 - Fundamentals of Agricultural Technology AGM 236 - Welding and Metals AGM 310 - Internal Combustion Engines AGM 315 - Agricultural Electrification AGM 325 - Design Application Software I (CAD) AGM 326 - Design Application Software II (CAD) AGM 383 - Agricultural Machinery Design and Structure AGM 410 - Agricultural Machinery Operation and Performance AGM 420 - Agricultural Waste Management AGM 421 - Principles of Irrigation AGM 425 - Mobile Hydraulics in Agriculture AGN 110 - Crop Science AGN 262 - Forages AGN 267 - World Crops AGN 331 - Soil Science AGN 345 - Soil and Water Conservation AGN 367 - Weed Science AGN 430 - Soil Morphology and Classification AGN 434 - Soil Fertility AGN 445 - Plaint Breeding AGN 448 - Range Management AGN 467 - Agricultural Chemicals AGN 469 - Plant Protection ANS 131 - Introductory Animal Science ANS 237 - Introductory Poultry Science ANS 241 - Horse Production ANS 242 - Equitation ANS 243 - Beef Cattle Science
LCC Online Year I Core courses All majors have a common first year. Year I Term I. PLANTAND SOIL SCIENCE MAJOR Year II Term I. agr 273, horticulture, 4. http://www.lethbridgecollege.ab.ca/programs/agr.shtml
Extractions: New students are accepted into the Agricultural Technology program for both Fall (September) and Winter (January) terms. Qualified applicants may be admitted into programs outside of normal intakes. Interested applicants are considered on an individual basis by the Program Leader for acceptance into a program in an alternative or modified format. Academic Requirements Applicants are required to have completed an Alberta High School Diploma or equivalent. Although not strictly required, Math 30A or Math 30P or Math 33, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are the recommended background for Agriculture Technology students. A minimum of 65% in English 30 or English 33 is recommended. A minimum of 65% in English 30 or English 33 is also recommended. Applicants with less than a High School Diploma but qualifying for Alternate Admission are evaluated based on academic background, experience and interest in the field. In addition, a personal interview is required. Academic advisement prescribes the upgrading necessary for the applicant to succeed in the program.
Turfgrass Science At UConn Depending upon student interest, students may support their turfgrass concentrationwith courses in ornamental horticulture, landscape design, natural resources http://www.canr.uconn.edu/plsci/agr-ts.htm
Extractions: University of Connnecticut Turfgrass Science is an area of concentration offered under the Agronomy major in the Department of Plant Science. This baccalaureate program provides students an opportunity to study turfgrass science in conjunction with courses in soil science and fertility, pest control, business management, landscape design, and ornamental horticulture. Adequate opportunities are provided for students to gain practical experiences from classes held at the Plant Science Teaching and Research Facility in addition to independent study projects. Internships are available and allow students an opportunity to work closely with professionals in the industry. This program is designed to provide students basic and applied knowledge in turfgrass science. Students completing the program can apply their skills in the management of residential and commercial lawns, golf courses, athletic and recreational fields, parks and institutional grounds, roadsides, sod farms, inland and coastal erosion control sites, and other areas where grasses are utilized. Students completing a baccalaureate degree program of study will be eligible to pursue a graduate degree program in turfgrass science. Subsequently, graduates may enter into teaching, research, public service, or agribusiness enterprises. PLSC 124 : Turfgrass Management.
Ferrum College Life Sciences: Agriculture courses I. (Without Minor) BS Degree Required Core courses Hours agr 5 Productionagr 301 Principles of Field/Forage or agr 319 horticulture Crop Prod. http://www.ferrum.edu/lifescience/majors/agriculture.htm
Extractions: Today agriculture faces a tremendous challenge to provide food, fiber and industrial raw supplies for billions of people at a time when resources are becoming more limiting. Agriculture, meanwhile, has become more technical and complex and qualified college graduates are needed to meet the future demands in this vital field. Ferrum is located in a rural agricultural area of Southwestern Virginia. The economy of Franklin County is dominated by the agricultural industries of dairy, tobacco, tree fruit, and general farming. This diversity strengthens the broad focus of the curriculum while providing a range of environmental conditions in which to study and observe American agriculture. Printable Brochure Faculty: George Byrd
Texas A&M Distance Education of distance education courses in horticulture, plant pathology A number of distanceeducation courses from the of Education may also be incorporated into M.agr. http://www.tamu.edu/ode/disted/programs/mag.htm
Extractions: The Master of Agriculture (M.Agr.) degree program at a distance is designed to prepare individuals for leadership roles in education, natural resource management, and other professional careers in agriculture and the life sciences. The program is ideally suited for teachers, employees of state and federal agencies, extension agents, and employees of private businesses who need to expand their knowledge and skills to the master's degree level. The M.Agr. degree is a 36 semester hour non-thesis program that emphasizes the development of problem-solving skills and the practical application of theory and research. All core courses within the program are available though web-based instruction to meet the needs of students unable to enroll in on-campus degree programs. Currently, there are four M.Agr. degree program areas available by distance education:
Horticultural Science 35. ORH 4933 Professional Seminar in Environmental horticulture, 1. agr 3303 Genetics.3. Select one of the following management/sales/ leadership courses http://www.reg.ufl.edu/99-20catalog/agriculture/maj-horticultural-science.htm
Extractions: Students majoring in horticultural science may choose one of four specializations: general horticultural science, fruit and vegetable crops, nursery man-agement and landscape horticulture, and public garden management. An academic adviser will help to de-velop a program of course work. Critical Tracking Criteria: Critical tracking courses are bolded. Complete the bolded courses in the semester indicated to stay on track for this major. All Specializations FRESHMAN YEAR Semester 1 - Fall Credits Composition (GE) Humanities (GE)* Social and Behavioral Sciences (GE)* CHM 2040 Intro to Gen Chemistry (GE-P) Elective Total Semester 2 - Spring Credits Humanities Or Social and Behavioral Sciences (GE)* CHM 2041 (or 2045) Gen Chemistry (GE-P) CHM 2045L General Chemistry Lab ECO 2023 Or AEB 3103 Economics (GE-S) MAC 1147 Pre-calculus (GE-M) Total SOPHOMORE YEAR Semester 3 - Fall Credits Humanities (GE)* . BOT 2010C Intro Botany (GE-B) Electives Total Semester 4 - Spring Credits BOT 2011C Plant Diversity (GE-B) PHY 2004 Applied Physics (GE-P)
Extractions: Student Services Center At least two of these courses must be at the 400 level. HORT 295 and HORT 396 will count towards this requirement. A total of 12 hours must be taken. Any 400-level course in ACE, CPSC, ENTOM, NRES, PLBIO, PLPA (courses in the Specialization Supplement Courselist) cannot be used to satisfy other requirements except campus general education. Check your ACES Student Handbook and your degree audit to make sure you are taking courses that will fulfill requirements for your degree, option, and specialization. ***These courses have been updated and are listed with BANNER course rubrics and numbers which will be in effect for Fall 2004. You may use the UIUC campus course crosswalk to cross reference the old and new numbers.*** Hours Specialization Supplement Course List ACCY 202. Accounting and Accountancy, II
Extractions: (CAO CODE: DN042) (See CAO web site link below) Introduction A degree course in Forestry [B.Agr.Sc.(Forestry)] has been on offer within the Faculty of Agriculture, University College Dublin, since 1927. The Objectives of the course are: Course Content The four-year programme consists of a blend of biological, management and utilisation courses, which are made up of a mixture of lectures, tutorials, practicals, field visits, excursions and projects. The first year consists of the full range of science subjects. A basic introduction to forestry is provided in the second year in the form of subjects such as foundations of silviculture, dendrology, forest soils, forest botany and forest inventory.
NSAC Calendar: Entrance Requirements Environmental horticulture Technology Applicants are required to (agr.) Program forStudents Graduating from High following five Grade 12 courses English, Pre http://www.nsac.ns.ca/reg/cal/entrance.htm
Extractions: All candidates for admission to the program leading to a B.Sc.(Agr.) and to the Pre-Veterinary program must present high school graduation certificates showing an average of at least 60%, with no mark below 50%, in five Grade 12 university preparatory subjects, including English, Chemistry, Pre-Calculus Mathematics (70% in NS Mathematics 12 or NL 3200 is acceptable), and Biology or Physics. Students who have not successfully completed Physics at the Grade 12 university preparatory level must take Physics MP90 (a non-credit course) in their first year at NSAC, with the exception of students in the Agricultural Business and Agricultural Economics majors of the B.Sc.(Agr.) program.