AGRO/HORT 821: Learning Biotechnology

Image of experiment in labSummer 2018: June 4-Aug. 10
Instructor: Dr. Donald Lee

Class No.: AGRO/HORT 821

Credits: Three graduate academic credits.
Registration

Academic Credit information or go directly to MyRed

Description

Course investigates biotechnology and its application in solving problems and connects biotechnology to basic science concepts in biology and chemistry. Integrates individually-designed biotechnology lessons into learning standards.

Delivery

Internet / Canvas

Textbooks

None. All materials will be available via the Internet/Canvas.

Requirements

Internet access and email

Prerequisites

Students must be admitted to Graduate Studies at UNL and have completed a minimum of 12 hours of plant science courses.

Tuition

Academic Credit Course: For information on tuition and fees, please click on the Registration links above.

Who It's For

Among those who would benefit from taking this course are:

  • Students preparing for careers as science teachers
  • Science and ag teachers
  • Extension educators and specialists
  • Agronomists and crop consultants
  • Agribusiness professionals engaged in marketing, sales or training
  • Government officials and community leaders