May 27, 2020  
2019-20 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2019-20 Undergraduate Bulletin

Course Offerings


  

 

Accounting

  
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    ACC 101 - Small Business Accounting


    Credit(s): 3

    Practical application of accounting procedures for small businesses. Emphasis on accounting cycle, inventories, internal control and taxes. May not be taken by business majors.
  
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    ACC 231 - Principles of Financial Accounting


    Credit(s): 3

    Introduction to concepts, principles, processes and uses of accounting information for financial reporting.
  
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    ACC 232 - Principles of Management Accounting


    Credit(s): 3

    Introduction to concepts, principles and processes applicable to the collection and reporting of data useful for planning, controlling and decision-making.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 231 
  
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    ACC 331 - Intermediate Accounting


    Credit(s): 3

    Study and application of generally accepted accounting principles in the accounting process and statement preparation.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 232 
  
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    ACC 332 - Intermediate Accounting


    Credit(s): 3

    Continuation of ACC 331 .
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 331 
  
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    ACC 333 - Cost Accounting


    Credit(s): 3

    Job order, process, standard and direct cost systems with emphasis on management use of cost data.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 232 
  
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    ACC 343 - Federal Income Tax


    Credit(s): 3

    Introduction to federal income tax legislation as applied to individuals and business.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 232 
  
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    ACC 431 - Governmental Accounting


    Credit(s): 3

    An introduction to the fundamentals of accounting principles as they apply to governmental and not-for-profit entities.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 331 
  
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    ACC 437 - Auditing Principles


    Credit(s): 3

    Financial audit theory and practice for public and non-public companies.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 332  and 3 hours of computer science
  
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    ACC 442 - Advanced Financial Accounting I


    Credit(s): 3

    Advanced financial accounting topics.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 332 
  
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    ACC 453 - Accounting and Information Systems


    Credit(s): 3

    Overall data flow systems emphasizing financial information and computerized systems for accounting.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 332 
  
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    ACC 457 - Controls and Internal Auditing


    Credit(s): 3

    Introduction to internal auditing and risk assessment techniques with an emphasis on internal control evaluation and reporting.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 331 
  
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    ACC 465 - Ethics and Professional Issues in Accounting


    Credit(s): 3

    Introduction of ethical reasoning, integrity, objectivity, independence, core values and professional issues in accounting. Application of concepts and theories to cases.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 331 , senior standing
  
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    ACC 475 - Special Problems


    Credit(s): 1-3

    Individual instruction in accounting.
    Prerequisite(s): junior standing and approval of school director
  
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    ACC 485 - Internship in Accounting


    Credit(s): 1-3

    Internship in an accounting position with faculty member supervision. May not be used to satisfy advanced-level accounting course hours for a major or minor in accounting. Approval of school director and supervising instructor required.
    Prerequisite(s): ACC 332  and an accounting GPA of 2.75

Agribusiness and Economics

  
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    AEC 261 - Agricultural Economics


    Credit(s): 3

    Course covers production economics, agricultural prices, money, banking, credit, land economics and public finance. In courses with both lecture and laboratory, students must take both concurrently and the same grade will be assigned in both.
    Prerequisite(s): 6 semester hours of agriculture
  
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    AEC 344 - Agricultural Finance


    Credit(s): 3

    Analysis of capital requirements for farming and ranching; determination of credit needs; lending sources and requirements; risks, costs and legal aspects of credit. In courses with both lecture and laboratory, students must take both concurrently and the same grade will be assigned in both.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    AEC 349 - Marketing of Agricultural Products


    Credit(s): 3

    Marketing system as it applies to the farmer and methods of reducing costs and improving efficiency of agricultural marketing. Farmer’s cooperatives emphasized. In courses with both lecture and laboratory, students must take both concurrently and the same grade will be assigned in both.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    AEC 442 - Natural Resource Economics


    Credit(s): 3

    Economic, institutional and physical factors involved in the utilization and control of natural resources as they are related to agriculture. In courses with both lecture and laboratory, students must take both concurrently and the same grade will be assigned in both.
  
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    AEC 451 - Farm Management


    Credit(s): 3

    Application of business principles to farming, organization and management of farms, farm records and farm accounts. In courses with both lecture and laboratory, students must take both concurrently and the same grade will be assigned in both.
    Prerequisite(s): 12 semester hours of agriculture
  
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    AEC 451L - Farm Management Lab


    Credit(s): 0

    Application of business principles to farming, organization and management of farms, farm records and farm accounts. In courses with both lecture and laboratory, students must take both concurrently and the same grade will be assigned in both.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Prerequisite(s): 12 semester hours of agriculture

Agricultural Development

  
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    AGD 361 - Agricultural Development


    Credit(s): 3

    Study of the structure and function of agricultural delivery systems and their impact on the industry of agriculture. Specific emphasis on the development of agricultural policy, agricultural research, market development, agricultural service agencies, ethics in agriculture and the adoption and diffusion of new technology. Laboratory field experience required.
    Course Fee: Course fee $5.
    Prerequisite(s): 12 hours of agriculture
  
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    AGD 371 - Agriculture Leadership


    Credit(s): 3

    Study of the various leadership functions and management styles necessary to effectively work within the professional industry of agriculture. Specific emphasis on oral communication, parliamentary procedure and the function of youth organizations and adult volunteer groups as support organizations in the agricultural community.
    Course Fee: Course fee $5.
    Prerequisite(s): 12 hours of agriculture
  
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    AGD 400 - Senior Seminar


    Credit(s): 1

    Provides the student with information needed for transition from the college environment to a professional career in the industry of agriculture. Specifically addresses current trends shaping career opportunities, résumé development, interviewing skills, intern opportunities, research and development activities, professional organizations, personal investing and retirement planning, community development and service opportunities, and critical issues facing agriculture.
  
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    AGD 481 - Methods of Teaching Agricultural Sciences in the Secondary School


    Credit(s): 3

    Instructional methods and techniques that emphasize practical applications of the teaching-learning process. Special emphasis on reading in the content area, student evaluation, classroom management and discipline, and essential curriculum/programmatic elements unique to agricultural science and technology.
    Course Fee: Course fee $30.
    Prerequisite(s): nine hours professional education
  
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    AGD 482 - Cooperative Extension Education


    Credit(s): 3

    The philosophy of cooperative extension and extension’s role within the land grant system will be emphasized. History, organization, program areas and guiding principles of the cooperative extension system will be examined. Cooperative extension’s relationship with the other two branches of the land grant system (teaching and research) will be examined.
  
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    AGD 491 - Student Teaching


    Credit(s): 2-12

    Class observation, development of lesson plans, and methods of teaching in-school and adult classes.
    Prerequisite(s): AGD 361 , AGD 371  and AGD 481 

Agricultural Engineering Technology

  
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    AGM 120 - Fundamentals of Agricultural Technology


    Credit(s): 3

    Introductory course to acquaint students with a wide range of basic concepts, principles, procedures and applications of engineering and machinery in agriculture. Emphasis on skill areas and fundamental principles of agricultural operations and application.
  
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    AGM 120L - Fundamentals of Agricultural Technology Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Introductory course to acquaint students with a wide range of basic concepts, principles, procedures and applications of engineering and machinery in agriculture. Emphasis on skill areas and fundamental principles of agricultural operations and application.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $5.
  
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    AGM 236 - Welding and Metals


    Credit(s): 2

    Arc welding, oxyacetylene welding, hot and cold metal work, plumbing, and sheet metal work. 
    Course Fee: Course fee $55.
  
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    AGM 236L - Welding and Metals Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Arc welding, oxyacetylene welding, hot and cold metal work, plumbing, and sheet metal work. 
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $20.
  
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    AGM 310 - Internal Combustion Engines


    Credit(s): 2

    Study of the theory and operation of single- and multicylinder internal combustion engines. Emphasis directed toward the application, maintenance, diagnosis and repair of internal combustion engines used in agricultural environments. 
  
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    AGM 310L - Internal Combustion Engine Lab


    Credit(s): 2

    Study of the theory and operation of single- and multicylinder internal combustion engines. Emphasis directed toward the application, maintenance, diagnosis and repair of internal combustion engines used in agricultural environments. 
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $5.
  
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    AGM 315 - Agricultural Electrification


    Credit(s): 2

    Course covers electricity master controls, lighting and heating; maintenance of electric motors; safety; and automated equipment. 
  
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    AGM 315L - Agricultural Electrification Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Course covers electricity master controls, lighting and heating; maintenance of electric motors; safety; and automated equipment. 
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $5.
  
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    AGM 325 - Design Application Software I (CAD)


    Credit(s): 2

    Introduction to the use of computer-assisted design software. Acquaints students with basic 2-D design principles utilizing the latest CAD and architectural software in a computer lab setting.
    Same As: (Same as HRT 325 ).
    Course Fee: Course fee $35.
  
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    AGM 325L - Design Application Software I (CAD) Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Introduction to the use of computer-assisted design software. Acquaints students with basic 2-D design principles utilizing the latest CAD and architectural software in a computer lab setting.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $10.
  
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    AGM 326 - Design Application Software II (CAD)


    Credit(s): 2

    Advanced course on the use of computer-assisted design software. Emphasis on 3-D drawing and customized design. Experience with latest architectural, mechanical and landscape software.
    Same As: (Same as HRT 326 ).
    Course Fee: Course fee $35.
    Prerequisite(s): AGM 325 /HRT 325  
  
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    AGM 326L - Design Application Software II (CAD) Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Advanced course on the use of computer-assisted design software. Emphasis on 3-D drawing and customized design. Experience with latest architectural, mechanical and landscape software.
    Lab Fee: Lab fee $10.
    Prerequisite(s): AGM 325 /HRT 325  
  
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    AGM 383 - Agricultural Machinery Design and Structure


    Credit(s): 2

    Mechanical design and construction of equipment. Metal fabrication.
    Course Fee: Course fee $50.
  
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    AGM 383L - Agricultural Machinery Design and Structure Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Mechanical design and construction of equipment. Metal fabrication.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $20.
  
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    AGM 410 - Agricultural Machinery Operation and Performance


    Credit(s): 2

    Study of the operation, performance and management of agricultural machinery.
  
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    AGM 410L - Agricultural Machinery Operation and Performance Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Study of the operation, performance and management of agricultural machinery.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $5.
  
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    AGM 421 - Principles of Irrigation


    Credit(s): 3

    Designed to quantify the parameters necessary for the design, installation and operation of various types of irrigation systems. Emphasis on the fundamental principles of irrigation, water application systems and water distribution systems.
    Prerequisite(s): junior standing
  
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    AGM 425 - Mobile Hydraulics in Agriculture


    Credit(s): 2

    Basic principles of hydraulics, hydrodynamics and hydrostatics; diagnosis and testing; hydraulic valves; and the history of hydraulics.
    Course Fee: Course fee $5.
    Prerequisite(s): six hours of agriculture
  
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    AGM 425L - Mobile Hydraulics Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Basic principles of hydraulics, hydrodynamics and hydrostatics; diagnosis and testing; hydraulic valves; and the history of hydraulics.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $5.
    Prerequisite(s): 6 hours of agriculture

Agronomy - Plant and Soil Science

  
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    AGN 110 - Crop Science


    Credit(s): 2

    Basic principles of plant growth as they relate to the production of major horticultural and agronomic crops.
    Course Fee: Course fee $40.
  
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    AGN 110L - Crop Science Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Basic principles of plant growth as they relate to the production of major horticultural and agronomic crops.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    AGN 331 - Soil Science


    Credit(s): 3

    Course covers physical, biological and chemical properties, classification and fertilization of soil.
    Prerequisite(s): CHE 111  or CHE 112  or CHE 133 
  
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    AGN 331L - Soil Science Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Course covers physical, biological and chemical properties, classification and fertilization of soil.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $5.
    Prerequisite(s): CHE 111  or CHE 112  or CHE 133  
  
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    AGN 367 - Weed Science


    Credit(s): 3

    Study of control of weedy plant species in row crops, pastures, fruit and vegetable crops, turf, and around the home. Includes applicator calibration.
    Course Fee: Course fee $25.
    Prerequisite(s): CHE 112  
  
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    AGN 434 - Soil Fertility


    Credit(s): 3

    Study of soil properties, liming and fertilization in relation to plant growth.
    Concurrently: No
    Course Fee: 3 Lab Fee: 10
    Prerequisite(s): AGN 331   Co-requisite(s): AGN 434L
  
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    AGN 434L - Soil Fertility Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Study of soil properties, liming and fertilization in relation to plant growth.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Prerequisite(s): AGN 331  
  
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    AGN 445 - Plant Breeding


    Credit(s): 3

    Improvement of crops through hybridization and selection with special emphasis on methods of breeding self-pollinated, cross-pollinated and vegetatively propagated plants.
    Course Fee: Course fee $5.
    Prerequisite(s): BIO 341  or consent of the instructor
  
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    AGN 448 - Range Management


    Credit(s): 3

    Study of principles of range management. Characteristics of rangelands and range plants, management of grazing animals and vegetation.
    Same As: (Same as FOR 448 ).
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Prerequisite(s): junior standing
  
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    AGN 462 - Forages


    Credit(s): 3

    Study of annual and perennial forages, including their management for hay and grazing. Includes characteristics, adaptability, establishment, maintenance, harvesting and quality of the forage.
    Course Fee: Course fee $15.
    Prerequisite(s): AGN 331 , ENV 349  or FOR 349 . Minimum grade of D. May not be taken concurrently
  
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    AGN 462L - Forages Lab


    Credit(s): 0

    Lab for AGN 462 .
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    AGN 469 - Plant Protection


    Credit(s): 3

    Biological, chemical, cultural and physical control of insects, diseases and weeds, including the concepts of integrated pest management.
    Course Fee: Course fee $25.
    Prerequisite(s): BIO 353  plus 12 hours of agriculture or biology
  
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    AGN 469L - Plant Protection Lab


    Credit(s): 0

    Lab for AGN 469 .
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.

Animal Science

  
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    ANS 131 - Introductory Animal Science


    Credit(s): 3

    Introductory course in the modern methods of producing, processing and marketing animals and animal products.
  
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    ANS 150 - Animal Science Practicum


    Credit(s): 1

    One hour practicum provides the opportunity to learn basic livestock and equine management techniques along with different breeds and nomenclature commonly used for livestock anatomy.
  
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    ANS 201 - Basic Horsemanship


    Credit(s): 3

    A beginning-riding course that addresses the fundamental techniques and principles of horsemanship. Students will ride horses each day, learning the basic athletic maneuvers of the equine under saddle. Students are expected to provide an appropriate saddle and blanket. Students will be required to wear an appropriate riding helmet at all times during the lab.
  
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    ANS 220 - Intermediate Horsemanship


    Credit(s): 3

    An intermediate riding course that addresses standard techniques and principles of horsemanship associated with Western riding. Students will ride horses each day, learning standard athletic maneuvers of the equine under saddle beyond those introduced in Basic Horsemanship to develop skills in a logical progression of advancement of the rider’s ability. Students will be expected to wear an approved riding helmet, jeans and appropriate footwear at all times.
    Course Fee: Course fee $30.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 201  
  
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    ANS 241 - Horse Production


    Credit(s): 2

    Survey of the Western working and pleasure-horse industry. Fundamentals of selection, nutrition, breeding, health and training pleasure horses.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    ANS 241L - Horse Production Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Survey of the Western working and pleasure-horse industry. Fundamentals of selection, nutrition, breeding, health and training pleasure horses.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    ANS 242 - Equitation


    Credit(s): 3

    In-depth study of the finer points of riding involving athletic maneuvers of the horse essential to all performance horse events. Case studies in the behavior, communication and psychology between rider and the modern performance horse. Techniques for evaluation of pleasure and performance horse competition. 
    Course Fee: Course fee $30.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 201  
  
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    ANS 243 - Beef Cattle Science


    Credit(s): 2

    Selection, breeding, feeding, management and health care of beef cattle.
  
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    ANS 243L - Beef Cattle Science Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Selection, breeding, feeding, management and health care of beef cattle.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    ANS 250 - Artificial Insemination


    Credit(s): 2

    Basic reproductive physiology as related to artificial insemination, techniques of insemination, semen handling, heat detection, heat synchronization and breeding records.
    Course Fee: Course fee $130.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 131  or permission of instructor
  
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    ANS 250L - Artificial Insemination Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Basic reproductive physiology as related to artificial insemination, techniques of insemination, semen handling, heat detection, heat synchronization and breeding records.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    ANS 260 - Introductory Livestock Anatomy and Physiology


    Credit(s): 3

    Introductory principles and concepts of anatomy and physiology for domesticated farm animals. Detailed study of organ systems and bodily functions in both avian and mammalian species.
  
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    ANS 301 - Livestock Evaluation


    Credit(s): 2

    Techniques of evaluation and selection of livestock for various agricultural uses. Subjective appraisal of breeding feeder and market swine, as well as beef cattle and sheep.
    Course Fee: Course fee $50.
    Prerequisite(s): 6 hours of ANS, including ANS 131  
  
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    ANS 301L - Livestock Evaluation Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Techniques of evaluation and selection of livestock for various agricultural uses. Subjective appraisal of breeding feeder and market swine as well as beef cattle and sheep.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Prerequisite(s): 6 hours of ANS, including ANS 131  
  
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    ANS 325 - Animal Behavior and Welfare


    Credit(s): 3

    Course offering insights into the behavior of animals, factors influencing the expression of different behaviors, and the ways understanding behavior may be used to assess and improve animal welfare. Basic principles will be illustrated with examples drawn from a wide range of species, both domestic and wild, but the focus of the course will be on applying concepts to understand the behavior and welfare of livestock and companion animals. This course involves formal lectures and group discussions through discussion posts on D2L.
  
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    ANS 333 - Animal Nutrition


    Credit(s): 3

    Nature, function and metabolism of nutrients in animal production.
    Prerequisite(s): CHE 111  or CHE 112  or CHE 133  or CHE 134   
  
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    ANS 342 - Swine Production


    Credit(s): 2

    Production practices in the management of swine. Breeding, feeding and health care.
    Course Fee: Course fee $50.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 131  
  
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    ANS 342L - Swine Production Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Production practices in the management of swine. Breeding, feeding and health care.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 131  
  
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    ANS 343 - Dairy Science


    Credit(s): 3

    Introduction to the basic principles and modern practices of dairy production and dairy products technology. Latest advances in record keeping, selection, breeding, feeding, location, facilities and milk marketing.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 131 
  
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    ANS 345 - Small Ruminant Production


    Credit(s): 3

    Methods of management in producing sheep and goats for production of meat, milk and fiber.
  
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    ANS 351 - Training Performance Horses - Western


    Credit(s): 3

    Riding and training the western performance horse to compete in western riding, roping, cutting and working cow/horse events.
  
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    ANS 352 - Training Performance Horses


    Credit(s): 3

    Riding and training the English performance horse to compete in hunt-seat horsemanship, stadium jumping, cross-country jumping and dressage events.
    Course Fee: Course fee $80.
  
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    ANS 403 - Advanced Horsemanship


    Credit(s): 3

    An advanced riding course that addresses advanced techniques and principles of horsemanship associated with both Western and English riding. Students will ride horses each day, learning advanced athletic maneuvers of the equine under saddle beyond those introduced in Intermediate Horsemanship to develop skills in a logical progression of advancement of the rider’s ability. Students will be expected to wear an approved riding helmet, jeans and appropriate footwear at all times.
    Course Fee: Course fee $30.
  
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    ANS 428 - Animal Reproductive Physiology


    Credit(s): 2

    Concepts and applications of reproduction in farm animals. Endocrinology, anatomy and physiology, spermatogenesis, oogenesis, fertilization, gestation, parturition, and behavior are studied with practical application toward increasing animal production.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 131  and junior standing
  
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    ANS 428L - Animal Reproductive Physiology Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Concepts and applications of reproduction in farm animals. Endocrinology, anatomy and physiology, spermatogenesis, oogenesis, fertilization, gestation, parturition, and behavior are studied with practical application toward increasing animal production.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 131  and junior standing
  
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    ANS 436 - Companion Animals


    Credit(s): 1

    Anatomy, physiology, nutrition, genetics and health of companion animals, including cats, dogs, rabbits, rats, mice, reptiles, amphibians and fish. Problem-solving and enterprise management for companion animals will be included.
  
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    ANS 438 - Training the Young Horse


    Credit(s): 3

    An advanced riding and training course where students will learn the proper techniques to initiate training of young horses and build a foundation upon which more advanced training can be applied.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 242 , ANS 351  or consent of instructor
  
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    ANS 441 - Principles of Animal Breeding


    Credit(s): 3

    Selection and systems of breeding livestock. Traits of economic importance. Genetic and statistical principles as they apply to farm animal selections.
    Prerequisite(s): 12 semester hours of animal science or consent of instructor
  
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    ANS 442 - Equine Production and Management


    Credit(s): 2

    Provides the senior-level student with the scientific application of biological and biotechnological principles of horse production and management. Emphasis on reproduction, nutrition, genetics, disease, health and exercise physiology that is unique to the horse.
    Course Fee: Course fee $4.
  
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    ANS 442L - Equine Production and Management Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Provides the senior-level student with the scientific application of biological and biotechnological principles of horse production and management. Emphasis on reproduction, nutrition, genetics, disease, health and exercise physiology that is unique to the horse.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    ANS 443 - Advanced Beef Cattle


    Credit(s): 2

    Introduction to advanced marketing and management techniques used in seedstock operations and feedyards. Principles of breeding, nutrition, health and business management. Emphasis in advertising, promotion, marketing and sales of seedstock cattle.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 243
  
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    ANS 443L - Advanced Beef Cattle Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Introduction to advanced marketing and management techniques used in seedstock operations and feedyards. Principles of breeding, nutrition, health and business management. Emphasis in advertising, promotion, marketing and sales of seedstock cattle.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 243
  
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    ANS 444 - Feedstuffs, Feeding and Formulation


    Credit(s): 2

    Feedstuffs, feed formulation, feed processing and livestock feeding.
    Course Fee: Course fee $5.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 333  
  
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    ANS 444L - Feeds and Formula Lab


    Credit(s): 1

    Feedstuffs, feed formulation, feed processing and livestock feeding.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10. Lab Fee: Lab fee $5.
    Prerequisite(s): ANS 333  
  
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    ANS 452 - Equine Law Studies


    Credit(s): 3

    The development of a basic understanding of the legal principles involved in common problems associated with horse ownership and horse production. 

Anthropology

  
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    ANT 231 - Cultural Anthropology


    Credit(s): 3

    Introduction to the study of culture and its function in societies.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
  
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    ANT 248 - Physical Anthropology


    Credit(s): 4

    Survey of the physical aspects of humans and their closest relatives. Introduction to osteology, primatology, primate and human evolution, methodology, and physical variation in contemporary human populations.
    Co-requisite(s): ANT 248L  (two hours per week.)
  
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    ANT 248L - Physical Anthropology Lab


    Credit(s): 0

    Survey of the physical aspects of humans and their closest relatives. Introduction to osteology, primatology, primate and human evolution, methodology, and physical variation in contemporary human populations.
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Co-requisite(s): ANT 248  
  
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    ANT 251 - Introduction to Archaeology


    Credit(s): 4

    Introduction to Americanist archaeology, particularly origins, history, theory and methodology.
    Co-requisite(s): ANT 251L  (two hours/week) archaeological fieldwork, description, analysis and reporting
  
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    ANT 251L - Into to Archaeology Lab


    Credit(s): 0

    Introduction to Americanist archaeology, particularly origins, history, theory and methodology. 
    Course Fee: Course fee $10.
    Co-requisite(s): ANT 251  
  
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    ANT 350 - Human Physical Variation


    Credit(s): 3

    A survey of the contemporary biological variation in humans, environmental factors affecting variation and a historical assessment of the nature and categorization of human variation.
 

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