sus330 | undergraduate
Introduction To Sustainable Agriculture
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Conventional and Sustainable Agricultural Systems
- Analyze the components used to define sustainable agriculture.
- Explain the ecological function of soil.
- Assess the impacts of conventional farming practices on agricultural systems.
Principles in Sustainable Agriculture
- Assess the components in sustainable agricultural design.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of applying ecological principles to sustainable agriculture.
- Determine the role of biodiversity in sustainably managing agricultural systems.
Ecologically Based Soil Management
- Describe how soil organisms and soil organic matter promote plant growth.
- Explain nutrient cycling and its role in plant growth.
- Determine how sustainable agricultural practices maintain soil fertility.
Socioeconomic Impacts of Sustainable Practices on Agricultural Systems
- Assess the claims made by proponents of industrial farming and sustainable agriculture.
- Explain the changes in community business patterns associated with sustainable agriculture.
- Evaluate the socioeconomic impacts for adopting sustainable agricultural methods.
Adopting Sustainable Practices in Agriculture
- Explain the theories that drive agricultural innovation.
- Describe how farmers acquire knowledge to adopt sustainable practices.
- Assess which policies are needed to support sustainable agricultural practices.
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