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to offer new minor
By Don McCabe
Beginning with the 1975 UNL summer sessions students may
obtain a general agriculture minor.
The College of Agriculture faculty, after a recommendation by
.the Course of Study Committee, approved the proposal for the
minor at its Jan. 17 meeting.
Ted Hartung, dean of the UNL College of Agriculture, said the
minor was adopted because of the number of inquiries and the
interest shown from students outside of agriculture.
Majors in business and journalism have shown the most interest,
he said, as well as other Arts and Science majors.
Prominence and relevance
"The prominence of the whole world food picture and the
relevance people see in agriculture today are the reasons there is
the interest," Hartung said.
He said those who take the minor will not be agriculturists but
will be able to use it as a reinforcement to their respective fields.
The minor will provide a general knowledge of agriculture, he said.
To obtain the minor, students must complete a minimum of 18
hours in courses offered by the College of Agriculture, with at least
one, two-or-more credit hour courses in each of three different
The general areas include animal science (animal science,
poultry and wildlife sciences or veterinary science); plant sciences
(agronomy, horticulture or forestry) and crop and commodity
protection (entomology, weed science or plant pathology).
Agricultural economics, agricultural education, food science and
technology and mechanized agriculture are other areas from which
a course may be chosen.
At least 9 hours of the agricultural courses must be at the 200
level or above.
9:30 a.m. -Foods &
Nutrition Dept. -Nebraska
Union Room 343
11:30 a.m.-Math Dept. -Luncheon-Union
12 p.m. -Dean
12:30 p.m. Placement-Luncheon-Union
12:30 p.m.-Inter Varsity
2 p.m.-Council on Student
Life Study Group on
Committees-Union 243 -
2 p.m.-IIealth Education
3 p.m. -Environmental
Health & Safety-E
Majors Union 232
5 p.m.-Council on Student
Life Housing Policy
5:15 p.m.-Fees Allocation
5:30 p.m.-Phi Mu Alpha
Sinfonia-Union Harvest Room
5:30 p.m.-Council of
6 p .m .-Builders -Executive-Union
6:30 p.m.-Greek Week
Trivia Bowl-Union Main
7 p.m.-Council on Student
Life-Union Pewter Room
7 p.m. -Baptist Student
7 p.m.-Epsilon Chi-Union
7:30 p.m. -Math
Counselors-Union 225 B-C
8 p.m.- Union Program
Council Black Activities
The Board of Regents
will hold an
on the proposed UNL
Friday, February21, 1975
2:00pm at Regents Hall
Complete copies of the proposed by-laws are available
in the offices of the faculty senate, 101 Brace
Lab-ASUIM office, 344 Nebraska Union or from the
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, 301
Administration Bldg., extension 3751.
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