AGRIC 1990 Special Topics in Agriculture 1-3 Credits

Topics will vary and be of a type that does not easily fit into normal and current departmental coverage or are of multidisciplinary within the field of Agriculture. Topics may also be contemporary issues or ones that are being tested for future standing.
Components: Laboratory, Class
Typically Offered: DEMAND

AGRIC 3400 Field Methods in Agricultural Hydrology 1 Credit

Exploration of the water budget as it pertains to agro-ecosystems. Field explorations and in-class analysis of rainfall rates, evaporation, transpiration, infiltration, groundwater flow, groundwater quality, stream velocity and flowrate, edge-of-field runoff quantity and quality.
Components: Laboratory, Class
Cross Offering: CIVILENG 3400
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: a "C-" or better in CIVILENG 2220 or COMPUTER 1830 or consent of instructor
Typically Offered: Summer

AGRIC 3410 Agro-Ecosystem Research 1-3 Credits

Training in research methods, use of scientific literature and evaluation of data; results presented in a written report and oral presentation.
Components: Laboratory, Class
Cross Offering: CIVILENG 3410
Typically Offered: Summer

AGRIC 3990 Special Topics in Agriculture 1-3 Credits

Topics will vary and be of a type that does not easily fit into normal and current departmental coverage or are of multidisciplinary within the field of Agriculture. Topics may also be contemporary issues or ones that are being tested for future standing.
Components: Laboratory, Class
Typically Offered: Fall

AGRIC 4000 Agriculture Internship Seminar 1 Credit

Students will work with the instructors, faculty and staff internship evaluators, and internship employers to create and deliver a professional poster or oral presentation that describes their recent internship experience. Posters and oral presentations will be presented at the annual School of Agriculture Internship Night program.
Components: Seminar
Prereqs/Coreqs: P or C: AGBUS 3750 or AGEDUC 3750 or AGET 3750 or ANSCI 3750 or ENVHORT 3750 or RECLAM 3750 or SCSCI 3750
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

AGRIC 4600 Faculty Led Short-Term International Experience in Agriculture 3 Credits

Extended trip and study of various agricultural practices, topics and cultures. Course may include topics related to climate, economics, agribusiness, policy, geography, soils, landscapes, markets, crops, livestock and cultural diversity. Location and duration of travel courses will vary. Expenses will be paid by student. Pre and Post-trip sessions will be arranged. Check with School of Agriculture for current offerings.
Components: Field Studies
GE: International Education
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