Each scholar will enroll in six hours of college credit courses. All scholars will enroll in AGRI 120 and will choose another course from the tentative list below.
NRM 100 - Introduction to Natural Resource Management
Survey of natural resources management career opportunities; a history of resource management; forests, wildlife, soils and recreation components; government and private management entities; commercial, conservation and preservation philosophies of land management discussed.
ANSC 260 - Behavior and Welfare of Farm and Companion Animals
An introduction to animal behavior and welfare and ethical issues in the animal industry. Behavioral topics will focus on the development of behavior, communication, learning, social structure, and sexual, maternal, feeding, aggressive and stereotypic behaviors in domestic farm and companion animals. The second half of the course will focus on philosophies related to animal welfare, myths and facts, animal and human relationships, issues related to animal welfare and animal activism.