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Agricultural Science 017
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Biochemistry 115
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Agroecology (21–24 credits)
Animal Science (20–24 credits)
Biochemistry (23–25 credits)
Ecology and Evolution (19–25 credits)
Entomology (19–26 credits)
Environmental and Business Economics (21–23 credits)
Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior (21 credits)
Environmental Sciences (21 credits)
Equine Science (18–21 credits)
Food Science (18–21 credits)
Marine Sciences (18 credits)
Meteorology (18 credits)
Natural Resource Management (20–25 credits)
Nutrition (20–24 credits)
Plant Science (18–20 credits)
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Minor Programs of Study Plant Science (18–20 credits)  

Plant Science (18–20 credits)

Adviser: James C. French: Foran, Room 296C, 932-9711, ext. 162 (

Prerequisite: 01:119:101-102 General Biology (4,4) orequivalent

Required courses (6)

11:776:211 Introduction to Horticulture (3)

11:776:242 Plant Science (3)

Electives (12-14)

Any four of the following courses for which prerequisites have been fulfilled:

11:015:492 Tropical Agriculture (3)

11:550:233 Landscape Plants I (3) or 11:550:234 Landscape Plants II (3)

11:550:239 Planning and Planting the Residential Environment (3)

11:776:202 Applied Physiology of Horticultural Crops (3)

11:776:221 Principles of Organic Crop Production (3)

11:776:231 Commercial Floral Design (3)

11:776:305 Plant Genetics (4)

11:776:310 Plant Propagation (3)

11:776:312 Medicinal Plants (3)

11:776:321 Greenhouse Management and Crop Production (3)

11:776:340 Principles and Practices of Fruit Production (4)

11:776:341 Fruit Production (3)

11:776:401 Postharvest Physiology of Horticultural Crops (3)

11:776:406 Plant Breeding (3)

11:776:439 Nursery Crop Production (3)

11:776:452 Plant Tissue Culture (3)

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