Apr 27, 2018  
2018-2019 General Catalog (Under Revision) 
  
2018-2019 General Catalog (Under Revision)

Course Numbers and Descriptions


 

Agricultural Systems Technology and Education

   •  ASTE 4150 - Methods of Teaching Agriculture (CI)
   •  ASTE 4210 - Cognition and Evaluation of Student Learning in Career and Technical Education
   •  ASTE 4250 - Occupational Experiences in Agriculture
   •  ASTE 4300 - Clinical Experience II in Agricultural Education
   •  ASTE 4400 - Advising Applied Technology Education Student Organizations
   •  ASTE 4900 - Senior Project Research and Creative Opportunity
   •  ASTE 5260 - Environmental Impacts of Agricultural Systems (CI)
   •  ASTE 5400 - Food, Land, and People
   •  ASTE 5500 - Agricultural Education Secondary Curriculum Seminar
   •  ASTE 5550 - Continuing Education in Agricultural Education
   •  ASTE 5630 - Agricultural Education Student Teaching in Secondary Schools
   •  ASTE 6090 - Curriculum Design
   •  ASTE 6100 - Research Design & Academic Writing
   •  ASTE 6120 - Analysis of Social Research Data
   •  ASTE 6140 - Reading and Applying Research
   •  ASTE 6150 - Evaluation and Assessment
   •  ASTE 6160 - Foundations of Adult Education
   •  ASTE 6170 - Program Planning & Evaluation
   •  ASTE 6180 - Administration and Leadership
   •  ASTE 6200 - Principles and Practices of Extension Education
   •  ASTE 6220 - Volunteer Programs and Partnerships
   •  ASTE 6260 - Environmental Impacts of Agricultural Systems
   •  ASTE 6300 - Advanced Teaching Strategies
   •  ASTE 6310 - Advanced Agriculture Teaching Methods
   •  ASTE 6315 - Advanced FFA & SAE Development in Agricultural Education
   •  ASTE 6320 - Classroom Management, Student Motivation and Guidance
   •  ASTE 6350 - Safety and Risk Management for CTE Experiential Learning Opportunities
   •  ASTE 6360 - History, Philosophy and Policy Development in Career and Technical Education
   •  ASTE 6380 - Mentoring and Supervision
   •  ASTE 6400 - Food, Land, and People
   •  ASTE 6440 - Technology and Society: Linking CTE with STEM
   •  ASTE 6450 - Graduate Topics in Agricultural Education
   •  ASTE 6460 - Integrating Career and Technical Education Curriculum with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
   •  ASTE 6900 - Graduate Independent Study in Career and Technical Education
   •  ASTE 6910 - Experimental Laboratory
   •  ASTE 6950 - Graduate Internship
   •  ASTE 6960 - Graduate Seminar
   •  ASTE 6970 - Research and Thesis
   •  ASTE 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement
   •  ASTE 7000 - Principles and Practices of Community College Education
   •  ASTE 7400 - Community and Interagency Partnerships
   •  ASTE 7500 - Diffusion of Innovations

Agriculture

   •  AG 4250 - Advanced Internship and Cooperative Experience
   •  AG 4900 - Special Problems - Ag Ambassadors

Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Sciences

   •  ADVS 1050 - Animal, Dairy and Veterinary Science Academic and Career Orientation
   •  ADVS 1100 - Small Scale Animal Production
   •  ADVS 1110 - Introduction to Animal Science
   •  ADVS 1200 - Basic Horsemanship Skills
   •  ADVS 1600 - Riding Fundamentals I
   •  ADVS 2010 - Companion Animal Science and Management
   •  ADVS 2080 - Beef and Dairy Herd Health and Production Practices
   •  ADVS 2090 - Sheep Production Practices
   •  ADVS 2100 - Weanling Behavior and Handling
   •  ADVS 2120 - Swine Production Practices
   •  ADVS 2150 - Yearling Fitting and Sales Preparation
   •  ADVS 2190 - Horse Production Practices
   •  ADVS 2200 - Anatomy and Physiology of Animals
   •  ADVS 2250 - Cooperative Work Experience
   •  ADVS 2300 - Horse Health Care
   •  ADVS 2400 - Riding Fundamentals II - Intermediate
   •  ADVS 2500 - Feeds and Feeding
   •  ADVS 2600 - Riding Fundamentals II--Western
   •  ADVS 2650 - Riding Fundamentals II--Hunter
   •  ADVS 3000 - Animal Health and Hygiene
   •  ADVS 3100 - Equine Evaluation and Judging
   •  ADVS 3150 - Principles of Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies
   •  ADVS 3170 - Techniques in Therapeutic Riding
   •  ADVS 3200 - Ethical Issues in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (DSC)
   •  ADVS 3300 - Farrier Science, Basic Hoof Trimming and Shoeing
   •  ADVS 3400 - Equine Specialist in Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy
   •  ADVS 3500 - Principles of Animal Nutrition
   •  ADVS 3520 - Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology
   •  ADVS 3600 - Equine Behavior and Training
   •  ADVS 3610 - Training and Conditioning of the Therapy Equine
   •  ADVS 3650 - Live Animal and Carcass Evaluation
   •  ADVS 3710 - Advanced Livestock Judging
   •  ADVS 3750 - Equine Behavior and Training II
   •  ADVS 3900 - Special Problems and Readings
   •  ADVS 3910 - Special Topics
   •  ADVS 4100 - Applied Veterinary Epidemiology
   •  ADVS 4200 - Physiology of Reproduction and Lactation (CI)
   •  ADVS 4210 - Applied Reproduction and Artificial Insemination
   •  ADVS 4220 - Applied Equine Reproduction I
   •  ADVS 4230 - Supervised Teaching in Therapeutic Riding
   •  ADVS 4250 - Internship in Animal Industry
   •  ADVS 4260 - Internship in Animal Biotechnology Industry
   •  ADVS 4270 - Internship in Equine Industry
   •  ADVS 4560 - Principles of Animal Genetics and Breeding (QI)
   •  ADVS 4800 - Undergraduate Research of Creative Opportunity
   •  ADVS 4810 - Thesis/Project Seminar
   •  ADVS 4900 - Senior Thesis/Project
   •  ADVS 4920 - Undergraduate Seminar (CI)
   •  ADVS 5000 - One Health: People, Animals, and the Environment
   •  ADVS 5030 - Sustainable Agricultural Production Systems with Animals
   •  ADVS 5080 - Beef Cattle Management
   •  ADVS 5090 - Sheep Management and Wool Technology
   •  ADVS 5120 - Swine Management
   •  ADVS 5130 - Dairy Cattle Management
   •  ADVS 5160 - Methods in Biotechnology: Cell Culture
   •  ADVS 5190 - Equine Business Management
 

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