Ag Science eLearning is offering 3 new courses for Summer 2014: ABE 885 Biomass Harvesting and Logistics, CEDEV 597A Launching Community Initiatives, and CEDEV 597B Topics in Economic Development
Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences has offered the bachelor of science degree in agribusiness management on campus since 1977. The 120-credit online program is designed for adults who have an associate degree in a related field. Students can customize the bachelor’s degree for their career goals and can take courses part time while working. Graduates will be prepared for careers in agricultural and life sciences industries, including input markets, farm production, commodities marketing and processing, food manufacturing and distribution, and food retailing.
“The new Intercollege Master of Professional Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability Systems (iMPS-RESS) is designed to prepare professionals to lead the world’s transformation from an unsustainable, fossil energy economy to a renewable, sustainable basis of operation,” - Ali Demirci, professor of agricultural and biological engineering and iMPS-RESS academic program chair
Penn State graduates will oversee the courses hosting all three major U.S. golf tournaments
For the first time, Pennsylvania State University has produced all three superintendents for this year’s U.S.- based major golf tournaments -- the Masters, which began this morning in Augusta, Georgia; the U.S. Open; and the PGA Championship.
The Agricultural Biosecurity and Food Defense option in the intercollege Master of Professional Studies (iMPS) in Homeland Security through Penn State World Campus prepares students for a variety of careers safeguarding our agricultural resources.
Ag Science eLearning is offering 2 new courses for the Fall semester: CEDEV 567 Resilient Communities and VB SC 101 Careers in Veterinary Medicine and the Allied Professions.
Ag Science eLearning is offering 2 new courses for the summer semester: ENT 202 Insect Connection and AGBIO 596 Individual Studies.
Penn State Extension and Ag Science eLearning work together to provide members of the community with online education. Interested in taking a course? Consider one of these: Certified Crop Adviser, Food for Profit, Japanese Beetles, World Religions, and more on the way!
Ag Science eLearning has been busy creating six new courses for spring semester covering topics in Agricultural Careers, Ag Biosecurity, Animal Science, Community and Economic Development, and Food Science. Don't miss out!
Ag Science eLearning has come quite a distance over the past five years, and we’re just getting started. We currently offer 24 credit courses and 7 different programs. And there’s more on the way. Take a look through our new website, browse our courses, and please contact us if you have any questions. Thanks for stopping by!
Ag Science eLearning is growing fast! We are offering two new credit courses this fall, and have six more in development for spring 2012. New for Fall: 1) AGBIO 521 Food Defense: Prevention for Food Processors. 2) AGBIO 801: Veterinary Infectious Disease Diagnostic and Surveillance Systems.