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Plant Science GIS/GPS, A.S.

 

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The Plant Science GIS/GPS/AS degree is designed to provide the students with several options. One option is a career in the emerging field of Precision Agriculture. Examples of employment would include soil griddling, nutrient management planning and variable rate application. The second option allows the student to continue onto a Bachelor's Degree in this field with an emphasis in Agronomy.

 
COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS
Composition I 3
Introduction to Speech 3
College Algebra 3
Principles of Biology 4
Plant Biology 4
Macroeconomics 3
Introduction to Geography 3
Introduction to Philosophy 3
Introduction to Ethical Theory 1
General Applied Ethics 1
Business Ethics 2
General Inorganic I 5
Principles of Agronomy 3
Introduction to Soil Science 3
Weed Control 3
Soil Fertility & Fertilizers 3
GIS/GPS 3
Corn & Soybean Production 3
Electives 7
Total Credits 60

 
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Updated: si 10/12/11