Department: Dept of Agriculture

Code Name Description
AECO1150 Intro to Agribusiness Mgmt A study of agribusiness management with major emphasis upon decision-making and efficient use of agribusiness resources.
AECO2200 Agricultural Records This course provides an understanding of the accounting and financial data in agriculture and how it may be used to manage various agricultural organizations through the preparation and analysis of financial statements. Credit toward graduation not a...
AECO2205 Intro Agribusiness Computation This course provides students with comprehensive knowledge and skills needed for the application of quantitative tools to support agribusiness management decisions. The course is intended to teach students to analyze quantitative data utilizing eleme...
AECO2258 Applied Economics This course provides an understanding of economic principles and application of these principles to agricultural and farm business problems. Credit toward graduation not allowed for AECO 2258 and ECON 2106. Prerequisite(s): Completion of or exemption...
AECO2260 Intro Agricultural Marketing This course provides students with an understanding of relevant marketing concepts, including food and fiber markets, agricultural price analysis, risk management, competition, and international trade. Students also learn first-hand about agricultura...
AECO2265 Ag Marketing Practicum This course gives students experience preparing and presenting a marketing plan for an agricultural product. Students work heavily with industry professionals to research, develop, and write a marketing plan for a new agricultural product. Prerequisi...
AECO3200 Agricultural Records II This course is an application of managerial accounting principles relevant to the financial performance and position of the business. Valuation and inventory management are emphasized.<br><br>Prerequisite(s): AECO 2200 or ACCT 2101, with a minimum gr...
AECO3265 Advanced Ag Mktg Practicum This course enhances students' experience in coordinating, leading, and developing a marketing plan for an agricultural product. Students serve as team leaders organizing the actions and efforts of fellow team members. Prerequisite(s): AECO 2265 with...
AECO3410 Commodity Marketing This course introduces students to the workings of the commodity futures market and various marketing tools applied to producer marketing of agricultural commodities in today's marketplace. This course examines the factors affecting the price of agri...
AECO3430 Agricultural Financial Mgmt This course provides an understanding of finance as used in agribusiness, farming, financial institutions, and more broadly in the financial services industry. Emphasis is placed on reading and interpreting financial statements, analyzing investment...
AECO3800 Food & Agricultural Marketing This course explores the marketing functions and agencies involved in moving farm products to consumers. This course examines the application of marketing and economic principles to the decision making process in agribusiness firms. Prerequisite(s):...
AECO4100 Agribusiness Management This course provides an understanding of managerial concepts, procedures, and techniques in agribusiness management from an economic perspective. Emphasis is placed on management functions and techniques of planning, organizing, directing, controllin...
AECO4200 Agricultural Records II This course is intended to emphasize the importance of record-keeping systems while engaging students through the application of managerial and accounting principles and practices as related to agricultural production and agribusinesses. The course w...
AECO4710 Food and Agricultural Policy This course provides an understanding of the historical development and analysis of public programs and/or policies affecting the food and fiber sector. This course surveys U.S. food and agricultural policy through an analysis of the economic and pol...
AECO4790A Agribusiness Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
AECO4790B Agribusiness Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
AECO4790C Agribusiness Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
AECO4791 Agribusiness Internship This course provides students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem-solving skills, communication skills, and disc...
AECO4890 Special Topics in Agribusiness This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AECO4891 Special Topics in Agribusiness This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AECO4892 Special Topics in Agribusiness This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AENG1100 Introduction to ATSM The intent of this course is to provide students with an entry level knowledge and skills in Agricultural Technology and Systems Management (ATSM). Students will gain a working knowledge of topics and problems related to ATSM. Student will be introdu...
AENG1109 Engineering Graphics This course teaches the use of computer aided drafting for lettering, detailing, orthographic and pictorial methods of presentations; and the representation of geometrical magnitudes by means of points, lines, planes, and solids and their application...
AENG2100 Problem Solving in ATSM The intent of this course is to provide students with an elemental understanding of problem solving in Agricultural Technology and Management Systems (ATSM). The course will provide a foundation in many of the basic physical laws that guide the engin...
AENG2200 Agricultural Data Management This course provides students with comprehensive knowledge and skills needed to manage, analyze, and report data related to agricultural industries. The course will teach students to manage data with spreadsheets. The course topics include importing,...
AENG3101 Metal Fabrication This course provides students with skills needed in agricultural equipment maintenance, repair, and fabrication. Students will observe the characteristics of metal when used in fabrication, maintenance, and repair. Prerequisite(s): AENT 1113 with a m...
AENG3113 Agricultural Machinery Systems This course provides students with the fundamental knowledge and skills of agricultural machinery systems. Students gain knowledge through hands-on learning activities and industry involvement. Topics include engine power; electrical power; mechanica...
AENG3201 Biofuels Technology Students will gain a basic knowledge of the importance, uses, sources, production, economics and environmental impacts of biofuels. In addition, the course will cover the mechanics of bio-fuel production equipment and the procedures to properly opera...
AENG3300 Precision Agriculture The intent of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the basic principles and components of a precision agriculture system. The implementation of a precision agriculture system into an agriculture production system w...
AENG3400 Surveying and Intro to GPS This course provides students with the fundamental knowledge and skills of surveying and Global Positioning Systems (GPS). Students will gain a working knowledge of common surveying equipment and GPS technology. Topics covered in this course include...
AENG3500 Electrical System & Electronic The intent of this course is to provide students with fundamental understanding of electricity and electronics. Topics covered in this course include energy sources, AC and DC electricity, electrical circuits, electrical motors, and common electrical...
AENG4200 Advanced Irrigation Sys Mgmt The purpose of this course is to develop a working understanding of irrigation systems and how they are managed. The course will cover theory, design, application, and management of irrigation systems as well as new irrigation technologies. Emphasis...
AENG4300 Spatial Data Analysis in Agric This course is designed to familiarize students with the data management and analysis skills used in the precision agriculture industry. Students will apply their knowledge of precision agriculture to understand complex forms of spatial data and how...
AENG4890 Special Topics Ag Engineering This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AENG4891 Special Topics Ag Engineering This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AENG4892 Special Topics Ag Engineering This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AENT1113 Power Equipment This course teaches the operation and maintenance of equipment used in agricultural production and natural resource management. Includes electrical power applications in agricultural processes, mobile equipment, and metal fabrication.
AENT2113 Power Equipment II The study of the theory, operation, maintenance, and repair of agricultural equipment. Includes discussion of diesel fuel systems, gas engine systems, principles of hydraulic systems, and operation of agricultural equipment. Prerequisite(s): AENT 111...
AENT3200 Drainage, Irrig & Erosion This course includes many of the practical and theoretical aspects as well as field techniques of soil and water conservation with an emphasis on those aspects important to the Southeast. A study is made of the nature of the erosion processes and the...
AGRI2201 Spec. Problems in Agriculture The course will be conducted in an informal manner with no regularly scheduled classes. Assignments and work will depend upon project and faculty member involved. A written report will be required. Objectives are to provide students an opportunity to...
AGRI2204 Internship An internship for students in Agriculture and Horticulture Technology desiring to enroll in multiple non-full time internship experiences
AGRI2207 Diversified Ag Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
AGRI2209 Agricultural Seminar An industry-awareness and exploration course consisting of various topics associated with the agricultural industry. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1102 with a minimum grade of C.
AGRI4500 Farm Operations This course provides experiential learning opportunities for students in all aspects of a diversified farming operation including but not limited to crop production, animal management, equipment use, and business management. Prerequisite(s): Reserved...
AGRI4790A Agriculture Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
AGRI4790B Agriculture Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
AGRI4790C Agriculture Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
AGRI4791 Agriculture Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
AGRP1125 Fundamen. of Plant Protection This course embraces the basic principles of insects, disease and weed control in agricultural settings. Emphasis is given to widely applicable control principles and the practical application of control methods.
AGRP3240 Weed Management Managing weeds, weed life cycles and identification, safeguarding the environment, weed specificity, grass and grass-like plants, broadleaf plants, herbicide selectivity and specificity, cultural and biological management, and integrated weed managem...
AGRP3320 Plant Disease Management This course educates students regarding the basic concepts of plant pathology and the management techniques used to reduce damage caused by plant diseases to an acceptable level. Each of the major groups of plant pathogenic organisms is discussed, wi...
AGRP4422 Insect Pest Management Identification and management of insect pests in row crops and animal agriculture in the south. Emphasis is placed on integrated insect pest management utilizing techniques that are environmentally sound, including biological, cultural, and chemical...
AGRY2020 Soils and Fertilizers This course familiarizes students with important soil properties, nutrient requirements of plants, and proper fertilization strategies in agricultural production and turfgrass management. Prerequisite(s): Completion of or exemption from Learning Supp...
AGRY3030 Field Crop Production This course familiarizes students with the principles and theories for modern field crop production. Emphasis is placed on the major field crops of the Southeast. All aspects of production are covered from initial planning to market. Prerequisite(s):...
AGRY3110 Forage Crops and Pastures A lecture course with a laboratory component designed to familiarize students with forage crops pertaining to livestock production. Emphasis is placed on forage selection based on use and geographical location, forage establishment and maintenance, f...
AGRY3210 Crop Breeding Methods This course will cover traditional and molecular methods used to improve yield, quality, and pest resistance of important agronomic and horticultural crops in the Southern United States.
AGRY3510 Soil Management Management of soils used in turfgrass, vegetable and crop production. Topics include soil use, alkaline/acid soils, salt-affected soils, soil conservation, problem soils, fertilizers, and fertility programs. Prerequisite(s): AGRY 2020 with a minimum...
AGRY4050 Soil Microbiology This course discusses the roles of soil and water microorganisms in the sustainability and productivity of various ecosystems with specific emphasis on plant microbial interactions, nutrient cycling, degradation of pesticides and other xenobiotics, g...
AGRY4890 Special Topics in Crop Science This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AGRY4891 Special Topics in Crop Science This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AGRY4892 Special Topics in Crop Science This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
AGRY4960 Agricultural Research Methods This course familiarizes students with the research methods applicable to agricultural science, including basic philosophy of science, experimental design and methodology, data interpretation and analysis, as well as scientific writing. Prerequisite(...
ASLH1125 Introduction to Poultry Scienc An introductory course designed to cover the basics of the poultry industry including breeds, basic nutrition, and the biology of the domestic fowl and the application of the factors to the poultry industry.
ASLH2000 Practicum in Animal Science Care and techniques of farm animal management, handling, movement, restraint and facilities needed for efficient and profitable animal production. Prerequisite(s): ASLH 2010 with a minimum grade of C.
ASLH2010 Introduction to Animal Science A study of basic principles of animal genetics, selection, nutrition, growth, reproduction and lactation. Economic importance of livestock and poultry are emphasized. Prerequisite(s): Completion of or exemption from Learning Support requirements in E...
ASLH2203 Elements of Dairying An elementary course dealing with dairying and its relationship to agriculture. Includes the areas of breeding, nutrition, marketing of milk, facilities, and the management of the dairy herd. Prerequisite(s): ASLH 2010 with a minimum grade of C.
ASLH3110 Food Animal Eval & Selection Students will learn the factors affecting the value of market and breeding beef cattle and swine, and learn the process of predicting genetic differences and product differences among a population. Problem solving and decision making will be utilized...
ASLH3120 Herd Health Causes, clinical signs, treatments and prevention of the economically important diseases of beef and dairy cattle as well as swine. Emphasis on management practices that prevent disease. Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in the following courses:...
ASLH3205 Beef Industry A study of the major topics in all major phases of beef cattle production, including but not exclusive to cow-calf operations, breeding animal development, backgrounding, stockering, finishing and marketing are covered. This course enhances the stude...
ASLH3217 Equine Production Management A course designed for students with an interest in equine care and management. Students will gain a basic knowledge of the equine regarding housing, manure management, nutrition, reproduction, equine health and physiology. Students gain insight into...
ASLH3318 Physiology of Reproduction Principles of reproduction in farm animals including factors related to the estrous cycle, gestation/pregnancy, lactation, gametogenesis, fertilization, and parturition. Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in the following courses: ASLH 2010, BIOL...
ASLH4110 Meat Production, Process & Mkt Integrated studies of the science, technology and management involved in the utilization of livestock for human food with an emphasis on meat value, processing, merchandising, wholesomeness and consumption. Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in th...
ASLH4205 Beef Production Beef Production is designed to draw on students' educational background and experiences, as well as employ critical thinking and problem solving to make and defend management decisions. This course focuses on the many resources utilized within a beef...
ASLH4217 Equine Exercise Physiology This course is designed for students with an interest in equine exercise physiology and biomechanics. Topics include the equine musculoskeletal, respiratory, and cardiovascular system and diseases related to these systems. Students are exposed to cur...
ASLH4300A Livestock Judging I Evaluation and selection of beef, hogs, and sheep pre- and post-harvest for the production of human food with an emphasis on live and carcass value. Prerequisite(s): ASLH 3110 with a minimum grade of C.
ASLH4300B Livestock Judging II Evaluation and selection of beef, hogs, and sheep pre- and post-harvest for the production of human food with an emphasis on live and carcass value. Prerequisite(s): ASLH 4300A with a minimum grade of C.
ASLH4405 Applied Animal Nutrition A review of applied nutritional practices and management, and ration formulation for beef and dairy cattle, horses, swine, and poultry. Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in the following courses: ASLH 2010, BIOL 1107, BIOL 1107L, and MATH 1001 or...
ASLH4890 Special Topics in Animal Scie This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
ASLH4891 Special Topics in Animal Scie This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
ASLH4892 Special Topics in Animal Scie This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
HORT2201 Principles of Plant Science Discussions addressing basic botany and principles of plant growth. Plant responses to varying climatic, environmental, and plant factors applicable to field crops, fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals are emphasized.
HORT2202 Grounds Maintenance Equipment Discussions addressing the selection, operation, and maintenance of power equipment used in various grounds maintenance programs. This course acquaints students with the various types of mechanized equipment used in maintenance, production, and plant...
HORT2207 Experien. Learning in Landscap A special topics and practical experience course directed toward the landscape student. Projects selected by students and the advisor forms the basis of this course. Individual and group problems related to the projects are discussed. Critical and ra...
HORT2208 Experiential Learn / Turfgrass A special topics and practical experience course directed toward turfgrass students. Projects selected by students and the advisor forms the basis of this course. Individual and group problems related to the projects are discussed. Critical and ratio...
HORT2215 Landscape Design Discussions addressing the principles of landscape design as applied to residential as well as commercial properties. Emphasis is placed on the theory and principles of landscape design and planning using mechanical drafting and computer skills. Sket...
HORT2230 Turf Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
HORT2231 Turfgrass Science and Technolo Discussions addressing turfgrass cultivar and seed identification, selection, and establishment. The primary and secondary cultural practices are identified and studied.
HORT2232 Turf & Ornamental Pest Mgt Discussions addressing turfgrass and ornamental pests. Weed, insect, disease, and nematode management programs are emphasized.
HORT2233 Golf Course Design & Mgmt. Discussions addressing principles and practices in design, development, and management of golf courses. Selection and utilization of turfgrass materials, development of specifications for their nutritional, chemical, and mechanical maintenance, equip...
HORT2237 Sports Turf Management Discussions addressing installation and maintenance of all sports and athletic fields. Emphasis is placed on the development of maintenance plans, problem solving and event scheduling.
HORT2239 Grounds Irrigation System Discussions addressing turfgrass and landscape irrigation systems including basic installation, repairs, and troubleshooting.
HORT2240 Landscape Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
HORT2241 Grounds Management Discussions addressing principles in selection, establishment and maintenance of ornamental trees, shrubs, groundcovers, lawns, and flower areas. Planting procedures, pruning, mulching, fertilization, bracing, cabling, and bark and cavity repair are...
HORT2270 Woody Ornamental Plant Identif Discussions addressing the cultural practices and landscape values of woody ornamental plant materials. Laboratory practices include identification of plants commonly used in landscape planting.
HORT2271 Herbaceous Ornamental Plant Id Discussions addressing the identification of common and outstanding herbaceous ornamentals. Cultural practices and landscape values of herbaceous ornamentals are discussed.
HORT3033 Fruit and Vegetable Production This course familiarizes students with the principles and theories of modern fruit and vegetable crop production. Emphasis is placed on the major fruit and vegetable crops of Georgia and the Southeast. All aspects are covered from initial planning to...
HORT3202 Grounds Maintenance Equip II Advanced study of the theory, operation, maintenance, and repair of turfgrass equipment. Includes discussion of cutting unit maintenance and repair, height of cut procedures, reel grinding procedures, bedknife grinding procedures, and vertical mowing...
HORT3230 Insect and Nematode Management Managing turfgrass insect and nematode pests, insect and nematode biology and identification, detection and monitoring, safeguarding the environment, integrated insect and nematode management, cultural and biological management, insect and nematode s...
HORT3236 Environ Issues in Urban Ag This course is designed to introduce the student to the environmental tissues concerning the urban agriculture. Emphasis is given to the role and conservation of water resources, environmental impacts of fertilization and pesticides, the development...
HORT3250 Turfgrass Diseases Managing turfgrass diseases, diseases of warm season turfgrasses, diseases of cool season turfgrasses, diseases common to all turfgrasses, diseases in the transition zone, epidemiology, sampling, diagnosis, signs and symptoms, cultural and biological...
HORT3310 Best Mgmt Practices Turfgrass Best management practices in turfgrass selection, soil practices, understanding soil physics, construction and establishment, fertilization, irrigation, turfgrass management, pest management and control, pesticide and nutrient management, handling an...
HORT3520 Computations in Turfgrass Mgmt Area measurement calculations, volume calculations, fertilizer and pesticide calculations, spreader and sprayer calibrations, seeding rate calculations, and integrated computations in turfgrass maintenance are discussed. Prerequisite(s): HORT 2231 an...
HORT3770 Interior Plantscapes Discussions related to interior plants in residential and commercial applications. Emphasis placed on plant selection and design planning for interior properties. Installation, maintenance, and management of interior plants are also discussed. Prereq...
HORT4080 Prin Plant Mineral Nutrition The objective of this course is to provide the student with a basic and applied knowledge of plant mineral nutrition. The supply and absorption of chemical compounds needed for growth, development, and metabolism may be defined as nutrition and the c...
HORT4320 Management of Fine Turf Bermudagrass, bentgrass and seashore paspalum characteristics, golf green construction and establishment, managing golf greens and athletic fields, bermudagrass winterkill, bentgrass summer stresses, other selected stresses and maladies, chemical usa...
HORT4330 Construct, Renovate & Grow-in Management concerns, environmental issues, design interpretation, planting details, agronomic concerns, soil physics and chemistry, as-built plans, cultural practices, erosion and sediment control, cultural program establishment, grow-in specificity...
HORT4550 Hort Design Implementation Discussions on advanced horticulture design along with plant selection and geographic region considerations. Emphasis placed on computer aided landscape design (CAD). Master planning for ecological value, sustainability, and management is also addres...
HORT4600 Experiential Learning in Turf Advanced experiential learning at the campus golf course (Forest Lakes Golf Club) allowing students to apply learned technical knowledge and experience on course activities related to management of golf courses. If sports turf or commercial turf, the...
HORT4610 Turfgrass Resources Management framework, organizational structure, staffing and directing in human resources, financial management, financial statements, recordkeeping, golf course operations schedule, budgets, leasing and procuring equipment, procuring supplies, inves...
HORT4790A Environmental Hort Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
HORT4790B Environmental Hort Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
HORT4790C Environmental Hort Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
HORT4791 Environmental Hort Internship This course will provide students the opportunity to link program skills and content with career-related work experiences. Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in the classroom and apply problem solving skills, communication skills,...
HORT4890 Special Topics in Horticulture This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
HORT4891 Special Topics in Horticulture This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...
HORT4892 Special Topics in Horticulture This customized course is designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue study of a topic not covered in existing curriculum or to focus on a topic that lies beyond the prescribed curriculum appropriate to students' interests or employment oppor...