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Undergraduate Students – Courses

The following undergraduate-level courses are taught by WSU Mount Vernon NWREC Faculty:

Food Systems in Western Washington (HORT/AFS 350)

Instructor: Lisa Wasko DeVetter, Assistant Professor
Semester(s) Offered: TBD
Number of credits: 3

Course Description

This online course will provide students with an in-depth understanding of local and regional food systems unique to western Washington with an emphasis on horticultural food and beverage crops. The class will be structured with a “farm-to-table” perspective.

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General Plant Pathology (PL_P 429)

Instructor: Tobin L. Peever, Associate Professor
Semester(s) Offered: Fall
Number of credits: 3

Course Description

Undergraduate course introducing students to the biology of plant disease and disease control. Co-taught with Hanu Pappu.

Systems Skills Development for Agricultural & Food Systems (AFS 201)

Instructor: TBD
Semester(s) Offered: TBD
Number of credits: TBD

Course Description

Development of tools and skills in building, evaluating and applying model systems in agricultural production, food manufacturing and distribution in rural society and society as a whole; focus on the types of systems, construction and analysis.

Course Prerequisites

  • AFS 101
  • ANIM SCI 101
  • CROP SCI 102
  • ECONS 101

Advanced Systems Analysis and Design in Agricultural and Food Systems (AFS 401)

Instructor: TBD
Semester(s) Offered: TBD
Number of credits: TBD

Course description

Problem solving methodologies as applied to integrated agricultural systems analysis and design problems; strong emphasis on teamwork.

Course Prerequisites

  • AFS 201
  • STAT 212 or 412
  • Junior Standing