AGR 290 - Independent Project
Credits - 2 Lecture - 2
AGR 290 is an independent study course for students to research, design and complete a Precision Agriculture related GIS project such as soil sampling, crop scouting, and remote sensing with UAS (drones). Students will collect, analyze, and report real-world data. This class serves as a capstone project for the Precision Agriculture degree. Projects must be approved and supervised by the instructor.
Prerequisites: ET 114, CSS 220, CSS 221, UAS 211, UAS 110, and a Remote Pilot Certificate (if using UAS to collect data)
Prerequisistes: ET 114 , CSS 220 , CSS 221 , UAS 110 , UAS 211 , and a Remote Pilot Certificate (if using UAS to collect data)
Course Designation: C/T Elective - A maximum of 12 credits of college-level career and technical courses may be used as electives in the A.A.O.T. and the A.A.S. degrees.
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