Environmental Soil Science - Minor
The Department of Soil and Crop Sciences offers a minor in Environmental Soil Science. The minor in Environmental Soil Science prepares agricultural majors for a career in industry, government, and non-government organizations that address environmental issues related to soil, soil science, and water quality. Additional career avenues include industry and agencies dealing with food, feed, fiber, greenspace, shelter, and bioenergy. Exposure to this academic discipline could lead students to the pursuit of advanced degrees and a career in the field of soil science or several related agricultural fields.
SCSC 301, Soil Science is required. You may select from the 11 hours of soil science courses. See an advisor for more details.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|SCSC 301||Soil Science||4|
|Select from the following:||11|
|Soil Morphology and Interpretations|
|Forensic Soil Science|
|Soil and Water Microbiology|
|Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrient Management|
|Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrient Management Laboratory|
|Environmental Soil and Water Science|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||15|
Students must make a grade of "C" or better in all courses.