Classes

ANSC 260: Introduction to Equine Studies

Introduction to basic aspects of equine studies and general principles surrounding the horse industry. 2 one-hour lectures. F.    

MATH 165: Calculus I

Limits, continuity, differentiation, Mean Value Theorem, integration, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and applications. Prereq: MATH 105 or MATH 107 or …

ASM 115: Fundamentals of Ag. Systems Management

Overview of agricultural systems management; engines, machinery, structures, electricity, processing, and conservation. 3 lectures. Co-req: MATH 103 or MATH 104 …

ME 212: Fund. of Visual Communication for Engineers

Visual communications for design and manufacturing, computer-aided drawing and design, three-dimensional modeling and orthographic projections, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, ASME …

CE 111: Introduction to Civil Engineering (Spring only)

This course is designed to introduce students to the field of civil engineering and to review the disciplines and types …

MICR 202: Intro Microbiology

Study of the characteristics and importance of microorganisms with emphasis on their identification, control, and relationships to health and disease. …

CFS 210: Introduction to Food Science & Technology

Overview of food components, food quality, nutrition, processing, packaging, safety, sanitation laws, sensory evaluation, distribution, and utilization.

PLSC 110: World Food Crops

Scientific principles of crop growth, worldwide production, management alternatives, and processing for domestic and international consumption. 2 lectures, 1 discussion, …

CM&E 111: Introduction to Construction Management & Engineering

This course provides an introduction to the roles and duties of construction professionals and the various career opportunities available to …