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College of Agricultural Sciences

Course Details as of for the Campus
DISCLAIMER: Future term data are continually updated. Check the web frequently for current information.

Course AREC 461. AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD POLICY ISSUES (4). Is WIC Core Course

Principles of agricultural and food policy formulation; agricultural adjustment processes; agricultural price and income policies in relation to land use, water, and rural development policies; interrelationships among U.S. and foreign agriculture and trade policies. (Writing Intensive Course) (See Schedule Comment regarding Bacc Core status.) PREREQS: AREC 250 or ECON 201 and (AREC 300 or AREC 311 or ECON 311)

Baccalaureate Core Course Attributes:
Core, Skills, WIC

For more information, contact: SUSAN M. CAPALBO, 213 BALE, 541-737-2942

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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorDay/Time/DateLocationCampusTypeStatusCapCurrAvailWL CapWL CurrWL AvailSection TitleFeesRestrictionsComments
Sp14517860014 Lev, L. TR 1000-1150
3/31/14-6/6/14
GILM 234 Oregon State - CorvallisLectureOpen 30 29 1 0 0 0 Prereqs: AREC 250 or ECON 201 and (AREC 300 or AREC 311 or ECON 311)
Class Limitations: -1, -2 (Freshman, Sophomore)
Credits earned for this course in any term prior to or
including Spring 2013 are eligible to be used to satisfy the
Contemporary Global Issues or the Writing Intensive
Curriculum requirement of the baccalaureate Core. Credits
earned in Summer 2013 or any subsequent term will not
satisfy the Contemporary Global Issues requirement, but
will be eligible to satisfy the Writing Intensive Curriculum
requirement.

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Sp14554330024 Staff TBA TBA LaGrande/EOULectureClosed 0 0 0 0 0 0 Prereqs: AREC 250 or ECON 201 and (AREC 300 or AREC 311 or ECON 311)
Credits earned for this course in any term prior to or
including Spring 2013 are eligible to be used to satisfy the
Contemporary Global Issues or the Writing Intensive
Curriculum requirement of the Baccalaureate Core. Credits
earned in Summer 2013 or any subsequent term will not
satisfy the Contemporary Global Issues requirement, but
will be eligible to satisfy the Writing Intensive Curriculum
requirement.
Sp14528354004 Diebel, P. TBA TBA Ecampus-Distance Education-UDWWWClosed 1 1 0 0 0 0 Prereqs: AREC 250 or ECON 201 and (AREC 300 or AREC 311 or ECON 311)
Online section.
Credits earned for this course in any term prior to or
including Spring 2013 are eligible to be used to satisfy the
Contemporary Global Issues or the Writing Intensive
Curriculum requirement of the Baccalaureate Core. Credits
earned in Summer 2013 or any subsequent term will not
satisfy the Writing Intensive Curriculum requirement, but
will be eligible to satisfy the Writing Intensive Curriculum
requirement.
F14172260014 Staff TBA TBA LaGrande/EOULectureClosed 0 0 0 0 0 0 Prereqs: (AREC 250 or ECON 201 or ECON 201H) and (AREC 300 or AREC 311 or ECON 311) and (AREC 300 or AREC 311 or ECON 311)
Credits earned for this course in any term prior to or
including Spring 2013 are eligible to be used to satisfy the
Contemporary Global Issues or the Writing Intensive
Curriculum requirement of the Baccalaureate Core. Credits
earned in Summer 2013 or any subsequent term will not
satisfy the Contemproary Issues requirement, but will be
eligible to satisfy the Writing Intensive Curriculum
requirement.

DISCLAIMER: Future term data are continually updated. Check the web frequently for current information.

 
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