The Department of Agriculture introduces students to high demand disciplines where they will have a global impact. The purpose of the program is to provide students with access to basic skills and principles for the development of intellectual maturity and insight to adapt to a wide range of rapidly changing professions relating to agriculture.
B.S. in Agriculture with concentrations in Agri-Business, Agri-Communications, Agri-Science, Sustainable Development, Pre-Veterinary Medicine, and Veterinary Technology
Minor in Agriculture
3: Instructional Support (see description of collecting levels)
World; United States for gardens, landscape, forestry, and animal culture.
2009 - present
monographs, handbooks, dictionaries, encyclopedias, anthologies, videos; textbooks may be considered for information not readily obtainable elsewhere
The Department of Agriculture serves as a source to local citizens and government agencies, provides help to agricultural youth organizations, helps with area livestock shows, and operates a 475-acre Environmental Education Center. Other considerations: animal welfare and rights, genetic engineering, pesticides and EPA regulations, and new technologies.
|Call # Ranges||Subject||Collection Level|
|S 1-559||Agriculture, general||3|
|S 560-572||Farm Economics. Farm Management. Agricultural Mathematics||3|
|S 583-589.6||Agricultural Chemistry. Agricultural Chemicals. Agricultural Physics||3|
|S 590-627||Soils. Soil Conservation||3|
|S 631-667||Fertilizers, Soil Improvement||3|
|S 900-954||Conservation of Natural Resources||3|
|SB 1-106||General Plant Culture||3|
|SB 107-112||Economy Botany||3|
|SB 183-317||Field Crops||3|
|SB 450.9-480||Gardens and Gardening. Landscape Gardening||3|
|SF 1-90||General Animal Culture||3|
|SF 105-121||Breeds and Breeding. Exhibitions. Stockshows||3|
|SF 600-1100||Veterinary Medicine||3|
|SK 1-579||Hunting. Wildlife Management||3|