120 INTRODUCTORY HORTICULTURE 3 F Materials charge optional Introduction to

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120 INTRODUCTORY HORTICULTURE 3 F Materials charge optional. Introduction to principles and practices in development, pro- duction, and use of horticultural crops (fruits, vegetables, greenhouse, floral, turf, nursery, and landscape). 130 INTRODUCTION TO AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 3 S Lecture and lab. Materials charge optional. Place of mechanics in agriculture. Examples, problems, discussions, and laboratory exercises in present and future mechanics applications. 150 PRINCIPLES OF AGRONOMY 4 F Lecture and lab. Formerly INTRODUCTION TO PLANT SCIENCE. Fundamentals of plant science; importance, classification, distribution, and production practices of the major crops of the world. 157 SOIL SCIENCE 4 S CHE 110 and 112 or equiv req. Lecture and lab. Origin and formation, physical and chemical properties, moisture relationships, liming and fertilizing soils. Chemical and physical tests of soils. 170 INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL SCIENCE 4 F or S Lecture and lab. Breeding, selection, genetics, nutrition, physiology, and pro- duction of farm animals. Fundamentals of animal science.
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110 C A S T Agriculture 190 INTRODUCTION TO AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 2 S Incl Clin Exp: 10 hrs, Type 1, 5, 6. Introduction to agricultural teaching profession, overview of the total agricultural program, philosophical base of edu- cation process, and teaching special-need students. 198 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: FARM INTERNSHIP 1-6 F,S,Summer Maj only. Approved application req. CR/NC only. Min 45 hrs experience/hr credit. Experience in basic agricultural operations. 201 RESOURCES, FOOD, AND SOCIETY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE MC-IS 3 F,S ENG 101 or COM 110 req or conc reg req. May not be taken under the CT/NC option. Food and fiber production and distribution problems, poli- cies, and processes analyzed within social, economic, politi- cal, and cultural contexts of societies. 203 AGRICULTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT OC-SMT 3 F,S Inner Core req. MC-IS category req. Examination of contemporary environmental issues that are strongly linked to current and past agricultural practices. 205 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN AGRICULTURE 3 F,S AGR 110, 130, 150, and 170 req. Introduction to microcomputer applications specific to agriculture. 213 FARM MANAGEMENT 3 F,S Factors of production, such as equipment, labor distribu- tion, cropping systems, and soils; organization and opera- tion; types of farming. 214 AGRICULTURE MARKETING 3 F,S Markets, price-making forces, reasons for existing prac- tices, marketing services, and cooperative marketing. 215 FARM SUPPLY AND FOOD INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT 3 F,S ACC 131 or AGR 216 or cons inst req. Formerly AGRIBUSINESS OPERATIONS. Tools for profitable management of corporate and propri- etary farm supply and food industry agribusinesses. 216 FARM ACCOUNTING 3 F,S Standard farm business accounting methods and proce- dures, financial measures of success, inventories, deprecia- tion, net worth, income tax, budgeting and cash flow, and business analysis.
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