ANR—Agriculture and Natural Resources
978 Research Methodologies in Agricultural
and Resource Economics
Spring. 3(3-0) R: Open only to Ph.D. stu-
dents in the College of Agriculture and Natu-
ral Resources or College of Business or
College of Social Science. SA: AEC 991F
Alternative research philosophies, types of knowl-
edge, and kinds of research. Critical appraisal of
facts, theories, and values in economic research.
Testing and communication of research results.
Development of a research proposal.
991 Advanced Topics in Agricultural
Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu-
dent may earn a maximum of 12 credits in
all enrollments for this course. R: Open only
to Ph.D. students in the colleges of Agricul-
ture and Natural Resources, Business, and
Social Science; or with department ap-
Advanced topics such as price analysis, finance, risk
and modeling techniques, agri-food systems, envi-
ronmental economics and management, and agri-
cultural and natural resource development and
999 Doctoral Dissertation Research
Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A
student may earn a maximum of 99 credits
in all enrollments for this course. R: Open
only to Ph.D. students in Agricultural Eco-
nomics. Approval of department.
Doctoral dissertation research.
Department of Biosystems and
College of Agriculture and
150 Metal Fabrication Technology
Fall. 2(1-2) SA: ATM 150
Physical principles and safety techniques for electric
and gas welding. Soldering, brazing, cutting, tool
use, machine shop equipment use, and hot and cold
240 Machine Systems and Management
Spring. 3(2-2) P:M: (CSE 101 or CSE 131 or
AT 090) SA: ATM 240
Principles, analysis, performance, operation, and
management of agricultural machines.
252 Gasoline and Diesel Engine Technology
Fall. 3(2-2) SA: ATM 252
Operating principles of gasoline and diesel engines