Prerequisites: Non-science major.
Description: Impact of fungi on human welfare. Historical and current perspective. Toxic molds and indoor air quality. Fungi as agents of human disease. Fungi and food security. High value drugs produced by fungi. Role of fungi in biodiversity. Fungi and the development of modern biology.
Prerequisites: 3 hrs biological sciences.
Description: Impact of exotic species and invasive organisms: agricultural and medical emerging disease; predicting biological invasions; biological control; regulatory, monitoring, and control efforts; ecological impact.
Prerequisites: 8 hrs biological sciences.
Description: Survey of fungi in natural and human ecosystems: symbiotic relationships; as disease agents in humans, animals, and plants; applications in food, agricultural, and pharmaceutical industries; historical and current impacts on society.
Prerequisites: BIOS/PLPT 369 or one semester of introductory plant pathology.
Description: Pathogens, epidemiology, and control of diseases specific to turfgrass. Access to the World Wide Web (WWW) and e-mail required.
Prerequisites: Junior standing.
Description: Experience in a work place setting that is directly related to Plant Pathology.
Prerequisites: Advanced approval of the plan of study and permission.
Description: Research, literature review, extension of course work, or preparation of teaching materials.
Description: Independent research in areas of plant pathology.
Prerequisites: Admission to the University Honors Program and permission, AGRI 299H recommended.
Description: Conduct a scholarly research project and write a University Honors Program or undergraduate thesis.