372 LIVESTOCK BREEDING 3 S AGR 272 or BSC 319 req Reproduction and principles

372 livestock breeding 3 s agr 272 or bsc 319 req

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372 LIVESTOCK BREEDING 3 S AGR 272 or BSC 319 req. Reproduction and principles of heredity and their application to livestock breeding; population genetics, inbreeding, rela- tionship, outbreeding, and selection. 375 ANIMAL NUTRITION 3 AGR 170 and 171 req. Field trips. Offered odd-num- bered years. Science of animal nutrition; special attention to recent dis- coveries pertaining to the protein, mineral, and vitamin requirements of livestock. 378 BEEF COW-CALF MANAGEMENT 3 AGR 170 and 171 req. AGR 213 and 216 rec. Lecture, lab, field trips, and overnight calf watch at University Farm. Study of the beef cow-calf industry from both a purebred and commercial perspective including management skills required for cow-calf production. 380 CURRENT ISSUES IN THE BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY 3 S AGR 170 req. AGR 110, 214 and Junior standing rec. Lecture. Not for cr if had AGR 371, 378. A study of the history and evolution of the beef cattle industry as impacted by internal and external factors. 381 BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY 2 S AGR 170 req. AGR 380 req or conc reg. Lecture and lab. Not for cr if had AGR 371, 378. Basic principles and commercial practices involved in feed- lot management and cow-calf production. 383 AGRICULTURAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 3 F CHE 110, 140 or cons inst or adm to Environmental Health and Safety graduate program req. Half-day Saturday field trip at end of sem req. Also offered as HSC 383. Formerly AGRICULTURAL ACCIDENT PREVENTION. Major problems of accident causation and prevention applic- able to agriculture and the need for farm safety education, engineering, and enforcement countermeasures. 394 METHODS AND PROCEDURES IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 3 F Incl Clin Exp: 10 hrs, Type 1-6, 9. Adm to Prof Studies req. Formerly AGR 396. Procedures in planning, conducting, and evaluating an agri- cultural education program; pragmatic interfacing of learn- ing theories, philosophy and guidance with instructional programs in agriculture. 395 PROFESSIONAL SEMINAR IN AGRICULTURE EDUCATION 2 S STT 399 conc reg req. Adm to Prof Studies req. In-depth analysis of selected trends, issues, problems con- fronting the agricultural educator. 398 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: INTERNSHIP IN AGRICULTURE 1-6 F,S,Summer Maj in any AGR program; 2.50 GPA;8 hrs of course work in intern area; approved application req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Supervised on-the-job experience in an agriculture setting. Minimum 45 hrs experience/credit. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SCIENCES (CJS) 525 441 Schroeder Hall, (309) 438-7626 Web address: Chairperson: Thomas Ellsworth. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty : Distinguished Professor: Weisheit. Professors: Ellsworth, Falcone, Kethineni, Morn, Smith, Wells. Associate Professor: Krienert. Assistant Professors: Beichner, Rabe-Hemp, Reitzel, Vandiver, Walsh. General Department Information The purpose of the Criminal Justice Sciences program is to provide the student with a system orientation to the field of Criminal Justice. Study in Criminal Justice involves the application of the principles of Criminal Jus- tice and the related behavioral and social sciences to problems and issues in the field of Criminal Justice. The
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