Courses

  • Summer 2021

    All Terms Offered

    • Fall 2021

    Official Description

    Introduction to herbaceous native and non-native plants cultivated for landscape applications - conservation, uses, benefits for pollinators, significance for local biodiversity, and contribution to food production. Learn to: identify plants, establish and maintain plantings, and to enhance the interaction between beneficial insects and food crops. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 3 graduate hours. Credit is not given for CPSC 416 if credit for NRES 415 or HORT 344 has been earned. Prerequisite: HORT 100, IB 103, or basic Plant Biology course.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    Native Plants&Food EcosystemsOLP73590ONL3 -    Andrea Taylor
    Native Plants&Food EcosystemsUGC73591ONL3 -    Andrea Taylor

    **Students enrolled in an Online Program must register for the OLP section.
  • Fall 2021

    All Terms Offered

    • Fall 2021

    Official Description

    Introduction to herbaceous native and non-native plants cultivated for landscape applications - conservation, uses, benefits for pollinators, significance for local biodiversity, and contribution to food production. Learn to: identify plants, establish and maintain plantings, and to enhance the interaction between beneficial insects and food crops. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 3 graduate hours. Credit is not given for CPSC 416 if credit for NRES 415 or HORT 344 has been earned. Prerequisite: HORT 100, IB 103, or basic Plant Biology course.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    Native Plants&Food EcosystemsOLP73590ONL3 -    Andrea Taylor
    Native Plants&Food EcosystemsUGC73591ONL3 -    Andrea Taylor

    **Students enrolled in an Online Program must register for the OLP section.
  • Spring 2022

    All Terms Offered

    • Fall 2021

    Official Description

    Introduction to herbaceous native and non-native plants cultivated for landscape applications - conservation, uses, benefits for pollinators, significance for local biodiversity, and contribution to food production. Learn to: identify plants, establish and maintain plantings, and to enhance the interaction between beneficial insects and food crops. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 3 graduate hours. Credit is not given for CPSC 416 if credit for NRES 415 or HORT 344 has been earned. Prerequisite: HORT 100, IB 103, or basic Plant Biology course.

    TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
    Native Plants&Food EcosystemsOLP73590ONL3 -    Andrea Taylor
    Native Plants&Food EcosystemsUGC73591ONL3 -    Andrea Taylor

    **Students enrolled in an Online Program must register for the OLP section.