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Prereqs: Senior standing or permission; ASCI 320.
Advanced preparation in the feeding of cattle for slaughter. Emphasis on the nutrition and management of feedlot cattle and related health and economic considerations. Covers the beef enterprise from weaning to market and relates closely to beef cow-calf production.
|Course Format:||Lab 1, Lecture 1, Recitation|
Soil Physical Determinations Crosslisted as AGRO 458/858, SOIL 458
Capstone course. Lab 3, plus 3 hrs arr. Grad students in NRES/AGRO 458/858 or SOIL 458 are expected to carry out an independent project and give an oral report.
Survey of measurement techniques and principles used in characterizing the physical properties of soils. Includes analysis of experimental design and sources of experimental error. Techniques include: particle size analysis, soil water content, pore size analysis, field sampling techniques, soil strength, and saturated hydraulic conductivity.
|Course Format:||Lab 3|
Jazz styles from 1920 to the present, with emphasis on the development of listening skills required to aurally identify improvisors, composer/arrangers and stylistic characteristics within the jazz idiom.
|Max credits per degree:||2|
|Groups:||Music History (MUSC)|
Prereqs: NUTR 370.
Principles of cost control for foodservice. Integration of cost control and foodservice/restaurant management principles which influence financial integrity. Utilization of the computer as a tool to enhance decision making capabilities.
Prereqs: Junior standing or permission; AECN 471.
Further refinement in the development of marketing plan from AECN 471. Condensation of marketing plan into executive summary and preparation of professional oral presentation. Extensive interaction with the local agribusiness community and participation in national agri-marketing competition.
|Course Format:||Independent Study|
Prereqs: MUCP 483.
Applied studio instruction in music composition.
Aquatic Insects Crosslisted as BIOS 485/885, NRES 402/802
Prereqs: 12 hrs biological sciences.
Biology and ecology of aquatic insects.
|Course Format:||Lecture 2|
Prereqs: Acceptance to an accredited college of veterinary medicine.
Capstone course. Course to be taught at the Great Plains Veterinary Educational Center at Clay Center, Nebraska.
Introduction to production medicine and animal health management that weaves together the interrelationship of pasture ecology, animal nutrition, animal well-being, environmental assessment, worker safety, and pre-harvest food safety. Emphasis on the interrelationships between scientific disciplines, and sustainable agriculture. Assessment of normal production potential and health of food producing animals (beef cattle, swine, and sheep) and indicators of abnormal health. Introduction to techniques used to evaluate animal well-being, to computerized information management, and to the veterinarian's role in sustainable agriculture.
|Course Format:||Lecture 2|
Prereqs: 12 hrs textiles, merchandising and fashion design or permission.
The textile and apparel industry. Visits to museums, showrooms, manufacturers, retail establishments in major domestic and/or foreign markets such as: New York City, Paris, London, Milan, Prague, Shanghai, Seoul.
|Max credits per degree:||4|
Prereqs: ELEC 317 or permission; admission to the College of Engineering
The first in a two semester capstone senior design course sequence.
A substantial design project that allows application of electrical engineering skills to a multidisciplinary project. Requires project definition, planning and scheduling, effective written and oral communication of technical ideas, incorporation of realistic constraints and engineering standards, functioning effectively on a multidisciplinary team, and applying new ideas as needed to meet project goals.
This course is a prerequisite for: ELEC 495
|Course Format:||Lecture 2, Lab , Independent Study|