Course Schedules

Anticipated Course Offerings by Term

Course Prerequisite Quick Reference Guide


Fall

CSES 1003 Basic Crop Science CSES 6936 Advanced Directed Studies
CSES 2043 Basic Soil Science*  CSES 6966 SPECIAL PROBLEMS 
CSES 3123 PRINCIPLES OF WEED SCIENCE CSES 7136 SOIL MORPHOLOGY, GENESIS, & CLASSIFICATION (AG*IDEA)  
CSES 3153 TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT
CSES 5083/6086 SOIL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION CSES 7956 SEMINAR 
CSES 5103/6106 PLANT GENETICS AND CROP IMPROVEMENT CSES 7996 RESEARCH & THESIS  
CSES 5163/6166 ADVANCED TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT ENTM 2043 INSECTS: AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTOMOLOGY  
CSES 5303/6306 Soil Chemistry PLPA 5203/6206 MYCOLOGY (ODD YEARS) 
CSES 6906 Directed Studies PLPA 5503/6506 NEMATOLOGY (EVEN YEARS) 

Spring

CSES 1003 Basic Crop Science CSES 7016 ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF SOIL SCIENCE (AG*IDEA)    
CSES 2040/2043 Basic Soil Science
CSES 5013/6016 ANALYSIS OF PLANT, SOIL AND ANIMAL DATA CSES 7146 CHEMISTRY AND THE USE OF HERBICIDES IN CROP PRODUCTION  
CSES 5033/6036 Advanced Crop Science 
CSES 5061/6061 SOIL MICROBIOLOGY LAB**  CSES 7326 WETLAND SOILS (AG*IDEA) 
CSES 5063/6066 SOIL MICROBIOLOGY LECTURE  CSES 7586 SOIL PHYSICS (AG*IDEA) 
CSES 5503/6506 FORAGE PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION  CSES 7956 SEMINAR 
CSES 6026 NUTRIENT MANGEMENT  CSES 7996 RESEARCH & THESIS 
CSES 6906 DIRECTED STUDIES  ENTM 2043 INSECTS: AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTOMOLOGY 
CSES 6936 ADVANCED DIRECTED STUDIES  ENTM 5363/6366 LANDSCAPE ENTOMOLOGY
CSES 6966 SPECIAL PROBLEMS  

Summer

CSES 2040/2043 Basic Soil Science CSES 7546 PRINCIPLES OF PLANT NUTRITION
CSES 6906 DIRECTED STUDIES  CSES 7956 SEMINAR
CSES 6936 ADVANCED DIRECTED STUDIES CSES 7996 RESEARCH AND THESIS 
CSES 6966 SPECIAL PROBLEMS  ENTM 2043 INSECTS: AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTOMOLOGY
CSES 7086 EXPERIMENTAL METHODS  ENTM 5363/6366 LANDSCAPE ENTOMOLOGY
CSES 7136 SOIL MORPHOLOGY, GENESIS, & CLASSIFICATION (AG*IDEA)  PLPA 3003 GENERAL PLANT PATHOLOGY
POUL 5083 POULTRY HEALTH

* Course requires a brief visit to the Auburn University campus.
** This is a hands-on lab taught at Auburn University during spring break. It is not offered by distance education, but is being made available over a five-day period for distance education students who need the lab part of the course. Students must be co-registered for Soil Microbiology lecture or have already taken the course in order to participate in the lab.


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