Below you will find descriptions for courses offered in this field of study. You will find a general overview of the topics covered and any prerequisite course or grade requirements, credit value and exclusions.

The first digit of the course indicates the general level. Those in the 1000 series are introductory degree level. Courses at the 2000, 3000, 4000 series are typically available to students in the second, third, and fourth year. Courses numbered at the 5000 level or above are graduate level. Courses listed at the 0100 or 0200 series are technology level courses. Courses below the 0100 level are generally non credit courses.

Some courses are listed as exclusionary to one another. This means that students may not obtain credit for both courses as designated. 

Not all courses are offered each year. Please consult the current timetable for this year’s offering. For further information please contact the department, or visit the department's website.

Academic Courses
Agriculture Courses
Agronomy Courses
Animal Science Courses
Applied Science Courses
Aquaculture Courses
Art Courses
Biology Courses
Bioveterinary Courses
Chemistry Courses
Communications Courses
Computer Science Courses
Economics Courses
Engineering Courses
English Courses
Environmental Sciences Courses
Extension Education Courses
Food Science Courses
French Courses
Genetics Courses
Geography Courses
Geology Courses
History Courses
Horticulture Courses
International Development Courses
International Food Business Course
Internship Courses
Landscape Architecture
Management Courses
Mathematics Courses
Microbiology Courses
Nutrition Courses
Philosophy Courses
Physics Courses
Plant Science Courses
Political Science Courses
Psychology Courses
Research Methods/Project Seminars Courses
Rural Studies Courses
Sociology Courses
Soils Courses
Spanish Courses
Special Topics Courses
Statistics Courses
Veterinary Technology Courses