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Crop Sciences Professional Development Certificate

Crop Sciences Professional Development Certificate Be a field agronomist with flexible online courses targeted in Crop Sciences. Degree requirement: Bachelor's degree required Semester: Spring, fall Program length: 3 university courses Format: Online Estimated Cost: $6,408-$8,544 Program Requirements Complete one 500-level approved course

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Master of Science in Crop Sciences | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) For additional details and requirements for each program, refer to the department's graduate handbook and the course catalog. Choose Your Research Discipline From bioinformatics to plant breeding, our graduate program offers diverse research areas …

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Cannabis Production and Management Certificate - Crop Sciences

Posted: (53 years ago) Degree requirement: no degree required Semester: Spring, fall Program length: 4 university courses Format: Online Estimated Cost: $4,576 (non-degree seeking students) More detailed information below. The Cannabis Certificate program will help you build a foundation of cannabis production skills from classification to physiology to production management.

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Horticulture Certificate | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Courses must be taken for academic credit in order to transfer them. Degree requirement: no degree required Semester: Spring, fall Program length: 3-4 university courses Format: Online Estimated Cost: $4,992 Specializations Tailor your coursework and education based on your interests. Our program offers specializations within the certificate.

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4+1 Non-Thesis Master's Program | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) The Department of Crop Sciences offers two joint degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Crop Sciences and non-thesis Master of Science in Crop Sciences Bachelor of Science in Computer Science + Crop Sciences and non-thesis Master of Science in Crop Sciences

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Undergraduate Degrees | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Crop Sciences Major Choose one of three concentrations to tailor your education: agroecology, crop agribusiness, or horticultural food systems. Plant Biotechnology Major Help feed billions sustainably, improve our planet’s health, and make a direct impact on agriculture and the world. 4+1 Non-Thesis Master's Program

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Extension | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Extension Programs Affiliated with Crop Sciences. Crop Sciences Extension and Outreach Web Site. Illinois Drainage Research and Outreach Program [I-DROP] Illinois Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education [SARE] Integrated Pest Management [IPM] Pesticide Safety Education Program [PSEP] Plant Clinic. Variety Testing.

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Computer Science + Crop Sciences | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) CS+CPSC students fill this crucial gap in the agriculture sector, combining a strong technical background with crop sciences expertise powerful enough to change the world. See What Opportunities Await You! Areas Of Employment Bioinformatics Biotechnology Data Analytics Digital Agronomy Genomic Research Precision Agriculture Remote Sensing

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Horticulture Professional Development Certificate | Crop Sciences …

Posted: (53 years ago) Program length: 3 university courses Format: Online Estimated Cost: $6,408-$8,544 Program Requirements Complete one 500-level approved course Complete two 400-level approved courses (at least 2 credit hours or more) Complete two Horticulture courses (HORT) Complete one approved course within the College of ACES

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Urban Agriculture Professional Development Certificate

Posted: (53 years ago) Estimated Cost: $6,408-$8,544 Program Requirements Complete one 500-level approved course Complete two 400-level approved courses (at least 2 credit hours or more) Complete one of the following courses: HORT 434 or HORT 435 Complete two courses from either Crop Sciences (CPSC) and/or Horticulture (HORT)

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Production Management and Ecology | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Finding solutions to complex agricultural issues by examining crop production methods. The crop production group evaluates agricultural practices and systems concerning crop yield, profit, environmental and ecological consequences with the goal of identifying best practices for local and international growers to produce more with less.

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Certificates | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Our certificate programs offer a broad range of courses from crop production to plant breeding and pest management to plant physiology. With several program options to choose from, we offer a variety of choices to suit your personal or professional advancement, regardless of your educational background or work experience.

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Staff | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Department Head Staff. Business Office Staff. Graduate Support Staff. Undergraduate Support Staff. Online Student Support Staff. Human Resources Staff. …

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Academics | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) We offer a broad range of courses to suit your personal or professional advancement, regardless of your educational background or work experience.

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Certificate FAQ | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) If you are a currently enrolled as Crop Sciences undergraduate student, certificate courses are included in your tuition. If you are not a Crop Sciences students, fees are as follows: Undergraduate-level Certificate $416 per credit 12 Credits for the Certificate Total: $4,992 + Fees Professional Development Certificate (Graduate-level Certificate)

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Graduate Degrees | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Course Explorer; Study Abroad; Scientific experiences are endless when you opt for advanced education in the Department of Crop Sciences at the University of Illinois. We offer advanced degree programs tailored to your specific interests that will prepare you for enriching and stimulating careers with a spectrum of public and private ...

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Undergraduate Financial Support | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Our department awards more than $80,000 over 30 scholarships yearly to first-year, current, and transfer students enrolled in our undergraduate program. Scholarship applications are emailed to eligible students in the spring semester. Specific dates and instructions are included on the application. Undergraduate Travel Awards

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About | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) We started as the first Department of Agronomy in the United States. Today we are a nationally ranked plant sciences program with a rich history and exceptional academic reputation. Our Purpose We work with students, scientists, communities, and producers to …

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Visit | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) If you haven't been to the University of Illinois campus, this is a great place to start. Campus visit Contact Us If you have questions or are looking for a specific date and time other than those in …

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Undergraduate Admissions | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Off-campus required courses for transfer students: Find required courses for admissions in the transfer student handbook under the pages for one of our majors: Agronomy, Crop Sciences, Plant Biotechnology or Computer Science + Crop Sciences. We recommend using Transferology to find the equivalent classes at your institution.

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Plant Improvement | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Plant Improvement. Historically, most plant breeding was conducted in an academic setting. Over time, much of this activity moved into the biotechnology and seed industries. Today, academic plant scientists contribute to agricultural plant improvement through improvements in plant breeding methods, breeding programs targeted at niche crops ...

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Faculty | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) What We Do & Why It Matters. The Department of Crop Sciences advances agriculture through local and international research to increase food security while protecting the environment.

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Research & Internships | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Independent Study (CPSC/HORT/PLPA 395: Undergraduate Research or Thesis) - a research experience with course credit provided. These experiences are typically initiated by the student but guided by a faculty member and coordinated through the Undergraduate Office. Below is the process for earning credit for an independent study research project:

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Future Students | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Financial support may be available through the Office of Student Financial Aid, as well as college and departmental scholarships, honors, fellowship, and study abroad programs.

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Plant Protection | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Plant protection research studies insect, disease, and weed pests that threaten our food supply and the environment. Ongoing research efforts to develop disease-resistant plant varieties, to study insect pest behavior, and to understand the emergence of herbicide-resistant weeds contribute to the protection of our crop and ornamental production systems from potentially …

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Graduate Admissions | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Online Master's Degree students apply through the Graduate College. Admission Requirements Bachelor's Degree with a 3.0 GPA for last two years of undergraduate study If you have less than a 3.0 GPA, we recommend applying for a Professional Development Certificate. After successful completion, you can apply to the Online Master's Degree Program.

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Master of Science in Bioinformatics | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Master of Science in Bioinformatics. Degree Requirements Overview. The Crop Sciences concentration within the M.S. degree in Bioinformatics can be earned with a thesis option or a non-thesis option, which requires optional supervised research experiences. The genomic and proteomic projects are generating large amounts of complex biological data ...

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Research Areas | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) For over 100 years, our department has led the agriculture industry in world-class research leading to numerous scientific discoveries and the development of …

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Graduate Financial Support | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Students enrolled in an on-campus degree program in the Department of Crop Sciences receive research assistantships that waive tuition and service fees, leaving approximately $600 in other fees (health insurance, etc.) for which students are …

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Career Possibilities | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Career Areas Agribusiness. Careers in agribusiness require knowledge in agronomy, biology, business, and technology to help commercial agriculture companies and producers manage successful agricultural enterprises.

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Directory | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Directory | Crop Sciences | UIUC. Our people take on many roles throughout our Department. The most important being mentors, friends, advisers, supporters, researchers, and world-famous scientists working together to feed and fuel the world. Our people are amazing. From undergraduate students to emeritus professors the people you meet here will ...

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College of ACES Johnathan Baldwin Turner (JBT) Fellowships

Posted: (53 years ago) Background The JBT Graduate fellowship program is named for pioneer agriculturalist and educator Jonathan Baldwin Turner and is funded by several endowments and gifts including the Hunter, Hackett and Wright funds, the Louis V. Logeman endowed fund, the Homer White endowed fund, the W. R. and Carol Gomes endowment, and the Addington endowment.

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History | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) In 1995, the Department of Crop Sciences formed through the merger of the agronomy and plant pathology departments. Fourteen years later, a second important merger, this time with the horticulture group, took place. In 2014, the department developed a strategic plan that included renovation of Turner Hall, which produced beautiful results and ...

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Student Ambassadors | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) The Crop Sciences Student Ambassador Program is a volunteer student group composed of current undergraduate Crop Sciences students. Student Ambassadors serve as a resource to support undergraduate recruitment and provide feedback to improve the undergraduate student experience. Below you’ll meet current Student Ambassadors.

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What We Do & Why It Matters | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) The Department of Crop Sciences advances agriculture through local and international research to increase food security while protecting the environment. Our internationally recognized faculty lead cutting-edge research programs that educate the next generation of agricultural professionals. View faculty statements (pdf) Our Faculty

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Alumni | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Once an Illini, always an Illini. As an alumnus, you play an important role in our department. You serve as mentors, employers, friends, and generous supporters.

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News & Events | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Crop Sciences. AW-101 Turner Hall, MC-046 1102 S. Goodwin Ave. Urbana, IL 61801 217-333-3420

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Financial Support | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Learn about scholarships, awards, and financial aid. Graduate. Learn about fellowships, assistantships, and awards.

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Welcome | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Welcome to the University of Illinois Crop Sciences Department! We invite you to explore the resources on these pages, and we hope you’ll visit us on campus as well.. Crop Sciences consists of a group of agricultural plant science disciplines, including:

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Research Facilities and Programs | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Research Centers Crop Sciences Research and Education Center South First Street Facility. Contact: Allen S. Parrish Address: 4202 South 1st Street, Savoy, IL, 61874

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Research & Outreach | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Our outreach efforts span the globe. From Champaign-Urbana to Africa, we're sharing our research with students, producers, and communities working to make plants more sustainable, nutritious, and productive.

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Doctor of Philosophy in Crop Sciences | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Bioinformatics and Biometry. Bioinformatics and Biometry (statistical) research helps researchers obtain valid answers to their questions. They separate biological and physical experimentation from known sources of variation to evaluate and interpret results.

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Newsletters | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Crop Sciences. AW-101 Turner Hall, MC-046 1102 S. Goodwin Ave. Urbana, IL 61801 217-333-3420

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Student Organizations | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Horticulture Club. The Horticulture Club features members from majors across campus that come together for educational and recreational events. From floral arranging to stomping grapes, this club epitomizes an active group with a passion for all things horticulture.

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Contact Us | Crop Sciences | UIUC

Posted: (53 years ago) Department of Crop Sciences. AW-101 Turner Hall, MC-046 1102 S. Goodwin Ave Urbana, IL 61801 217-333-3420. [email protected] Department Contacts

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