Quantitative Methods for Agronomy

AGRON 513
XW
Agronomy
Credit Hours:
3
Fall
2017
Start Date: 
Monday, August 21, 2017 to Friday, December 15, 2017
Course Description: 
Quantitative methods for analyzing and interpreting agronomic information. Principles of experimental design, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression, correlation, and graphical representation of data. Use of SAS and Excel for organizing, analyzing, and presenting data. Enrollment priority given to distance MS Agronomy degree students.
Instructor:
Marin Harbur
515-294-2999
Enrollment Limit: 
20
Requirements
Course Prerequisites: 
Restricted to graduate students enrolled in MS Agronomy online degree program at ISU. Students from other departments must get permission.
Required Course Materials: 
Clewer, Alan and Scarisbrick, David. Practical Statistics and Experimental Design for Plant and Crop Science. 1st Ed. February 2001. Wiley, John & Sons, Inc. ISBN 9780471899099. (Paperback). This book is available in print and electronic form.
Tuition and fees
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Tuition: 
Standard
College Delivery Fee: 
200.00