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21. K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2004: Agriculture
related to the golf course management program. Greenhouses and fieldplots provide plants for horticulture and agronomy courses.
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Marc. A. Johnson, Dean and Director of the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station and the Kansas Cooperative Extension Service
114 Waters Hall
Lawrence H. Erpelding, Associate Dean
Kevin J. Donnely, Assistant Dean
Jackie McClaskey, Assistant Dean
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The College of Agriculture offers 14 bachelor of science degree programs, 10 master of science programs, nine programs leading to the Ph.D., and a pre-veterinary medicine program. The programs and options provide flexibility to meet the needs of students who will enter varied careers in the food chain and related agribusinesses. The profession Professional agriculture is the application of the physical, biological, and social sciences and the principles of management to food production, preservation and processing, crop and livestock marketing, culture of flowers and ornamentals, life processes of plants and animals, natural resources management, economic development, and related fields. Faculty More than 95 percent of the instructional faculty of the College of Agriculture have Ph.D. degrees. All are actively involved in research and publish their findings regularly in scientific journals. They work closely with extension specialists. This integration of teaching, research, and extension helps ensure that courses are current and relevant.

22. Department Of Plant Sciences Agronomy Program
with higher enrolments. Approximately onehalf of the agronomy courseshave laboratories or tutorials. Employment Opportunities.
Agronomy Program Dept. of Plant Sciences Crop Development Centre Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty ... Home The Agronomy major integrates principles of crop production, soil management and economics. Agronomy is the production of field crops and soil management. The Agronomy major combines courses from Plant Science, Soil Science, Agricultural Economics and other departments which provide students with a well rounded education and prepares them for a wide variety of careers. Philosophy of Instruction The Agronomy Program prepares students for a variety of careers in agribusiness, extension, and farming. Recently, there has been a large demand for qualified agronomist to work for agribusiness. As agronomy graduates possess a wide range of skills from different disciplines they are well suited to fill these positions. The Agronomy program allows some flexibility in course selection so as to allow students to prepare for careers in agribusiness, extension, research or farming. Through appropriate course selection, students can place emphasis on crop science, soil science or agricultural economics. If the students are interested in pursuing a career in agri-business, the agri-business minor would be a useful program of electives for the student to take, The Agri-business minor gives the student training in areas of management and economics which will be very useful if the student becomes involved with business, marketing or management.

23. U Of S / Prospective Students / Programs / Areas Of Study
I enjoy the practical emphasis of my agronomy courses and I love having the optionof adding in courses from other areas that interest me, like animal science
U of S Prospective Students Programs Areas of Study ... Relevant Links
Add value to your business. Produce food, feed, fibre and fuel profitably. Sew the seeds of success. Unleash your inner entrepreneur. Create a field of dreams. These are just a few opportunities available to you when you choose the Agronomy specialization in the Diploma in Agriculture program from the University of Saskatchewan.
What is Agronomy?
Using a framework of scientific and economic principles, agronomy examines how to use natural resources efficiently, sustainably and profitably to produce food, feed, fibre and fuel. Agronomy takes a multi-faceted approach to production issues, combining knowledge from crop science, soil science and agricultural economics.
The Agronomy specialization in the Diploma in Agriculture program is an intensive, two-year program that offers a practical, well-rounded foundation in crop production, soil management and economics. Graduates of this program leave with a combination of training in basic life sciences, business management, effective leadership and communication, environmental stewardship, computer literacy and critical thinking.

24. MEL: Crop And Soil Resources
Crop and Soil Resources. Agronomic Crop Disease Factsheet Index Ohio State University; agronomy courses on the Web; Agronomy Facts Home
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25. Department Of Plant Agriculture, University Of Guelph
You may decide to develop your personal and professional interests by combiningyour agronomy courses with electives in plant science, environmental sciences
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Course Offerings Majors Careers in Agronomy and Horticulture ... Contact Information Undergraduate Programs Plant Agriculture faculty teach in the B.Sc. (Agr.) and B.Sc. programs. The Plant Agriculture Undergrad Teaching Committee manages two majors in the B.Sc. (Agr.) program, namely Agronomy (with Land Resource Science) and Horticulture . Faculty in the Plant Agriculture Department also teach courses in the Plant Biology major as well as genetics courses related to plant science in the B.Sc. B.Sc. (Agr.)
Agronomy Major
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You may not be familiar with the word, but your life depends on it. Agronomy - the study of plants, soils and their environment - is the heart of food production. At the University of Guelph, you'll learn how to face the challenge of producing safe food while preserving our environment. You'll prepare for a

26. Courses And Programs: Agronomy
The department offers a minor in agronomy, which may be earned by credit in Agron114, 154, and 9 credits or more in approved agronomy courses of which 6
Table of Contents Courses and Programs Introduction Alphabetical Listing of Courses and Programs Ronald P. Cantrell, Head of Department Professors : I. Anderson, Benson, Blackmer, Burris, Campbell, Cantrell, R. Carlson, Cianzio, Cruse, Fehr, Fenton, George, Hallauer, Hodges, Horton, Imsande, Keeney, Killorn, Larson, Loynachan, Miller, Moore, Mullen, Owen, Pearce, P. Peterson, Schafer, Shibles, Swan, Tabatabai, Takle, Taylor, Troeh, Voss, Whigham, Yarger
Associate Professors : P. Anderson, Arritt, Barnhart, Dekker, Hartzler, Knapp, Lee, T. Peterson, Sandor, Schnable, M. Thompson
Assistant Professors : Brummer, Hansen, Henning, Holland, Mallerino, Polito, Salvador, Ukrainczyk
Instructor : Ziegler
Professors (Collaborators) : Buxton, Hatfield, Karlen, Palmer, Roath, Wilson
Associate Professors (Collaborators) : Bretting, Buhler, Jaynes, Kaspar, Lamkey, Moorman, Olson, Radke, Shoemaker
Assistant Professors (Collaborators) : Cambardella, Laird, Logsdon, Pollak, Widrlechner, Wright
Emeritus Professors : Amemiya, M. Anderson, Atkins, Black, Bremner, I. Carlson, Duncan, Frey, Hanway, Kirkham, Pesek, Russell, Schaller, Scholtes, Scott, Shaw, Shrader, Skrdla, Stritzel, H. Thompson, L. Thompson, Webb, Wedin, Woolley

27. Courses
In addition, the Center for Biology Education maintains course informationfor all undergraduate agronomy courses. And check out
Course Offerings
The Agronomy department offers a variety of courses designed to introduce you to different areas of study. Online syllabi are available for the following courses: In addition, the Center for Biology Education maintains course information for all undergraduate Agronomy courses. And check out the Timetable for a complete listing of all UW-Madison courses offered each semester. Email Agronomy Home Site Map UW Home

28. SUNY Cobleskill : AG : Plant Sci : Crop Production And Soil Science
Over 98 percent of the Agronomy graduates find employment in theirchosen area or continue their education. agronomy courses. The
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Crop Production and Soil Science (Agronomy) Crop Production Concentration Course Listing
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.

29. Qualification Standards For GS-471
agronomy courses include agronomy, fieldcrops, field crop production or management,soil and crop management, plant breeding and development, weed control, and
United States Office of Personnel Management
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Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions
Individual Occupational Requirements for
GS-471: Agronomy Series
The text below is extracted verbatim from Section IV-B of the Operating Manual for Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions (p.IV-B-73), but contains minor edits to conform to web-page requirements. Use these individual occupational requirements in conjunction with the " Group Coverage Qualification Standard for Professional and Scientific Positions ."
Basic Requirements:
  • Degree: agronomy; or related discipline of science that included at least 30 semester hours of course work in the basic plant sciences, including at least 15 semester hours in agronomic subjects, such as those dealing with plant breeding, crop production, and soil and crop management. OR
  • Combination of education and experienceat least 30 semester hours in the basic plant sciences, including a minimum of 15 semester hours in agronomic subjects, as shown in A above, plus appropriate experience or additional education. Graduate Education: Agronomy, or one of the related disciplines or fields of science, such as plant physiology, soils, or genetics, where the curriculum or pattern of training placed major emphasis on field crops or agronomy. Graduate study in related fields, such as botany, plant pathology, and biochemistry may also be qualifying
  • 30. Agriliance Agronomy Services
    Full Text Labels. We have dozens of agronomy courses for Agriliancecooperative employees with registration right here. And it's
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    Our staff services are just as extensive. Nine regional agronomists develop training programs and sales force training with cooperatives. We develop new products, undertake test plots, register products and develop Internet services. Our telephone technical support staff answers more than 25,000 calls each year. We also work with cooperatives to build their retail sales by training local staff to take advantage of identified opportunities.

    31. College Of Agriculture
    I enjoy the practical emphasis of my agronomy courses and I love having the optionof adding in courses from other areas that interest me, like animal science.
    College of Agriculture Student Testimonials Testimonials Lacey Annand
    B.S.A. student, plant science major:
    The professors are easy to relate to and that helps with the challenging courses. Outside of class, I been able to travel and make many new friends and contacts. Plus I know employment-wise, my prospects are excellent, both in terms of my long-range career options and for summer jobs. Scott Owens
    Diploma student, agribusiness major:
    This program has given me a broad look at every aspect of the industry, from examining soil nutrients, to analyzing and understanding world commodity markets. I feel I'm gaining a useful, relevant and applied education not offered in any other program with the added benefit of a small, classroom environment and professors who are extremely approachable. Kelsey Jeeves
    Second year B.S.A. student, animal sci major:

    32. Agronomy Operations Handbook Index
    Agricultural Centers (PACS); agronomy courses Listed by Semester; Airport,Purdue; Administrative Professional Staff Advisory Committee (APSAC). B.
    Operations Handbook Department of Agronomy Purdue University
    Compiled by Pam Beneker Table of Contents A B C D ... Z

    reflect a trend towards a greater demand and a greater availability of places inLaw, Social Sciences, Medicine, Economy and agronomy courses contrasted with

    34. Agronomy Department
    U graded courses. At least 16 credits of the total in agronomy coursesat 5000 level. A minor is not required. Registration in
      • To meet the needs of individuals desiring graduate study in Agronomy as preparation for jobs in such areas as production agriculture, agribusiness, consulting, extension, and education that do not have research components.
      • AGR 3005C Principles of Crop Production or equivalent.
      • SOS 3022 General Soils or equivalent.
      • Other courses as specified by the supervisory committee.
      General Requirements:
      • At least 32 total credit hours with a maximum of 6 credits in S/U graded courses.
      • At least 16 credits of the total in Agronomy courses at >5000 level.
      • A minor is not required.
      • Registration in AGR 6971 Research for Master's Thesis is not permitted.
      Required Courses:
      • At least 1 credit in AGR 6933 Graduate Agronomy Seminar.
      • 3 credits for an analysis paper in AGR 6905 Agronomic Problems or AGR 6932 Topics in Agronomy.
      • Other courses as specified by supervisory committee.

    35. University Archive Guide: Record Group 12
    Department of Agronomy. (RG 13/5) agronomy courses have been givensince 1872. The Department of Agronomy was established in 1907
    Agricultural training was one of the primary missions of the College from its beginnings. In the 1872 Catalog, Agriculture is listed as one of 13 courses of study. It consisted of lectures on: the selection, breeding, food, shelter, use, nature, and management of farm animals; dairy farming; soils; plants; landscape gardening; floriculture; farm economics; and building materials. Agriculture was one of the first four major administrative divisions created when Deans were appointed to the academic departments. In 1907-08, there was a School of Scientific Agriculture and a School of Agricultural Apprentices, but both were subordinate to the Department of Agriculture that had its own Dean. In 1920-21, the title was changed to School of Agriculture; then in 1964, it became the College of Agriculture. The name was changed to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in 1971.
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    Newspaper Clippings and Printed Material
    Mounted clippings concerning Agriculture from 1906-47 are located under classification "MA." From 1948-59, the mounted clippings are divided into the different Agriculture departments, with each department having a separate classification. The classifications are: Agronomy - MAAG; Animal Husbandry - MAAN; Animal Pathology - MAB.AP; Forestry - MAB.F; Biochemistry and Nutrition - MABio; Dairy - MAD; Agricultural Economics - MAHm; Horticulture - MAHr; Horticulture Garden Short Course - MAHrG; Institute of Rural Affairs - MAIn; Agriculture-Misc. - MAM; Poultry - MAP; Vocational Education - MAV; Plant Pathology and Plant Physiology - MAPP.

    36. The University Of Zambia
    0.5 AGS 662 Soil Survey and Aerial Photo Interpretation. Key to the Codes.(Applicable to MSc. agronomy courses only). 2nd digit 0 = Compulsory course.

    37. E-News Digest Dec 18, 2001
    http// (Details on agronomy courses) http// on Entomology ************************************************************************* 2. UAAD Graze and Mingle features UNL baseball coach Coach Dave Van Horn is the featured speaker at the Dec. 19 UAAD meeting. He will discuss the Huskers winning season and offer a glimpse into the new season, which will be the first in the new stadium. The meeting, UAAD's annual Graze and Mingle, will be held in the Culture Center, 333 N. 14th, from 11:50 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please bring a food item to share. ************************************************************************* 3. University Health Center Holiday Hours University Health Center holiday hours will be as follows: December 22: 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. December 23 - January 1: Holiday Closedown January2 - January 4: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. January 5: 10 a.m.-noon January 6: closed January 7 - January 11: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. January 12: 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. January 13: closed January 14: resume regular hours ************************************************************************* 4. Oldt and Donaldson Awards AWARDING EXCELLENCE!! Don't wait until we are even closer to the Holiday Season....take time now to nominate a colleague!! Nominate one or more of your colleagues for the 2002 Carl A. Donaldson Award for Excellence in Management and the Floyd S. Oldt Award for Exceptional Service to the University. These two awards, which include a beautiful plaque and $1,000 stipend, will be presented at the February 2002 UAAD General Membership Meeting. Please note the January 11, 2002 deadline. Nomination forms and more information are available at:

    38. Convocation Awards
    Achievement in Teaching. George has taught more than 9,200 students in13 different agronomy courses since joining the faculty in 1969.
    Brian Meyer, Agriculture Information, (515) 294-0706 ISU AGRICULTURE FACULTY AND STAFF RECEIVE HONORS AMES At its spring-semester convocation, Iowa State University's College of Agriculture presented its annual awards to the following faculty and staff members: € Gary Atchison, professor of animal ecology, received the College of Agriculture Outstanding Teacher Award. Atchison has taught or helped teach 22 courses since joining the faculty in 1978. He has developed or contributed to the development of 15 courses in toxicology, fish biology, pollution ecology, wildlife and agriculture, and environmental issues. € Donald Beitz, distinguished professor of animal science and of biochemistry and biophysics, received the College of Agriculture Outstanding Adviser Award. Beitz has advised students for 28 years and has been a mentor for many undergraduate students conducting research in several ISU honors programs. € Darlene Fleig, clerk typist in the Department of Agronomy, received the College of Agriculture Merit Award for Achievement and Service. Fleig, a staff member since 1985, provides clerical support for 19 faculty and staff members and numerous graduate students. € Ronald George, professor of agronomy, received the Louis Thompson Award for Scholarly Achievement in Teaching. George has taught more than 9,200 students in 13 different agronomy courses since joining the faculty in 1969.

    scientific agriculture. Links Agronomy Club. agronomy courses. AgronomyCareers. Agronomy Research. SMSU. Department of Agriculture. Web
    SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY AGRONOMY MAJOR a·gron·o·my -gr n -m n. = Application of the various soil and plant sciences to soil management and crop production; scientific agriculture.
    Links: Agronomy Club Agronomy Courses Agronomy Careers Agronomy Research ... Department of Agriculture Web design by: Chad Smith, Will McClain, Jeremy Irvin, Nathan Fortner, Paul McDonald and Jim Heiser.

    40. Agriculture Department, Southwest Missouri State University
    agronomy courses. AGA 105 Soils and Crop Science 3(30) F,S Soils as influencedby geography, geology, temperature, rainfall, and other natural factors.
    SMSU Agriculture Department Undergraduate Course Listing Home Introduction Faculty and Staff Undergraduate Programs ... What's New? General Agriculture Courses AGR 100 Technology of Agriculture and Industry 3(3-0) F,S
    Man's advancement in the technology, materials and processes related to food production and product development. AGR 110 Agriculture Orientation 1(1-0) F,S
    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

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