2009-10 Course DescriptionsAENV - Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAS)
AENV 110 Introduction to Agricultural and Environmental Systems and Technology
(2-2-3), fall. Overview of global agricultural and environmental systems from a Christian worldview. Departmental expectations, career opportunities and student outcomes portfolios are introduced. Students gain exposure to software packages used in the A&E curriculum and emerging technology. Laboratory graded and credited with course.
AENV 130 Environmental and Technological Science (3-0-3), fall, spring, summer. A study of environmental and technological sciences including natural resources and the impact of modern technology on the human environment. May be used to satisfy Science University Core requirements. This course is for non-science majors.
AENV 371 Experimental Designs and Data Analysis (3-0-3), fall. Fundamental concepts of experimental and statistical methods as applied to agricultural research. Various experimental designs, their analysis and application to agricultural research will be discussed. Course provides hands-on training with SAS applications to prepare students for real life data collection and analysis. Prerequisite: MATH 123 or 130.
AENV 384 Internship in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (3-0-3)*, on demand. Supervised field experience providing in-service training and practice in agricultural and/or environmental sciences. May be taken twice. Maximum 3 hours of credit awarded per approved experience. Prerequisites: 60 earned hours; final approval by department chair.
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