AGRI 5351. Agricultural Biosecurity. 3 Hours.
Students study the potential spread and prevalence of contagious organisms, reproductive diseases and contaminants in the agriculture, food, fiber, and natural resource industries. Concepts dealing with isolation, resistance, sanitation, containment, transportation, and food safety issues and potential economic impact to the agricultural industry and others are major topics. Note: Students who have taken AGRI 4350 may not take AGRI 5351.
Prerequisite: Graduate Standing.