Hi am a single mother looking of age 23 from kenya looking to continue my education in the field of chemistry . I got accepted in a local university 2 yrs ago but i deffered since i couldnt afford to pay fees approximately 5000 US $ . I hop 2 start my studies in april any kind of assistance will be highly appreciated
The ability to store food brought on Settling and some other new customs such as using more advance stages of preparing food (grinding grains), and eventually the early stages of agriculture....
By studying this integrative discipline, you fulfill pre-med requirements while learning how diet and specific nutrients influence human physiology and disease. This knowledge builds a solid foundation for careers in medicine or a related health profession. You receive specialized instruction in the roles of nutrients in supporting functions of the body and all its parts, from the whole person to the organ systems and their constituent cells. In addition to Department of Foods and Nutrition courses, students are required to take Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Anatomy and Physiology. Students may select major electives that fulfil prerequisites for various professional programs such as Physics, Genetics, Psychology and Kinesiology.
Available courses include but are not limited to food production, fighting hunger, anthropology of eating, the Athens urban food collective, sustainable agriculture, organic gardening, herbs and medicinal plants, resource economics, food safety and quality, and geography of food.
The Horticulture major at UGA educates students in many aspects of plant science including physiology, nutrition, identification, soils, pest control, design, and sustainability. Students tailor their coursework around one of four specializations: 1) Landscape Contracting – ornamental plants and landscape design, installation, and maintenance; 2) General Horticulture – a broader range of study of fruits, vegetables, ornamentals, and greenhouse crops; 3) Sustainable Food Production – understanding how to grow fruits and vegetables using organic and other sustainable practices; or 4) Horticulture Science – a graduate student track that supplements foundational courses with chemistry, genetics, and statistics.
The Certificate in Agribusiness Law in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences provides a background for students who want to learn about the legal aspects of business endeavors related to the food and agriculture industries.
The Certificate incorporates functional courses in legal studies and agribusiness management. In this manner, students can acquire substantive subject materials while perfecting learning skills that will assist them in law school or in the management of a food or agricultural firm.
Agricultural economics applies economic principles to food and fiber production, natural resource management, community and regional economic development, environmental policy, and international trade.
Agribusiness involves processing and marketing food and fiber products; supplying inputs to agricultural production, processing, and transportation; and serving and regulating industry. It accounts for 22% of the nation’s economic activity.
The Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering program at UGA provides a fundamental understanding of the natural, mathematical, and engineering sciences and how to apply this understanding to design devices and processes. The curriculum consists of a mathematical component that provides quantitative skills needed to measure, estimate, model, and simulate; an engineering science component that provides skills needed to integrate scientific knowledge with engineering applications; and an engineering design component that provides knowledge of the systematic process for creating new devices, systems, and structures for human use.
Graduates are qualified for a wide range of careers in civil, mechanical, electrical, agricultural, environmental, and process engineering areas such as design, development, testing, process control, management, electronic communications, food processing, mechanical equipment, paper production, consultation, textiles, and government.
Students are taught about the vulnerabilities of U.S. agriculture, agencies responsible for food security, and border security; implications of mosaic vs. monoculture production and food security; modeling of biological agents for agricultural terrorism; methods for first responders; and analytical methods used for diagnostics of collected evidence. Course work includes disaster preparedness training as well as examination of terrorism case studies related to agriculture.
This academic work combined with exposure to a wide array of experts from various applied fields such as the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) prepares students for emerging career opportunities in the agricultural sciences and management that challenge and examine agricultural and global social policies related to agrosecurity and our food system infrastructure.
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