The courses offered in the Acarology Summer Program will make participants proficient in the identification of a broad range of mite diversity from around the world. Additionally, the course will broaden participants understanding of mite ecology, evolution, and biogeography.
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Grow your career with this 17-week online course on the basics of greenhouse management.
This series offers both new and experienced mangers the opportunity to explore best practices and the practical 'how to' of multiple management areas and challenges.
A preparatory course evaluating the historical foundations of agricultural education with an introduction to the psychological, sociological and philosophical foundations of education. This course will encourage reflective practice through understanding of educational trends, classroom environment creation and utilization, and effective program planning.
Study of basic mathematical and physical science concepts important in the mechanization of agriculture.
Students will be introduced to biological sciences associated with modern systems of care and management of livestock. Foundation sciences include topics in genetics, growth and development, physiology, nutrition, animal health, and animal behavior.
Learn to implement proven techniques and create plans to move projects ahead and keep you on track. Get organized, get started, and get it done.