Herbaceous Ornamental Plants
HCS 3340 A survey of the most important annual and perennial herbaceous ornamentals used in horticulture in the Midwest U.S. Weekly lectures will emphasize ornamental attributes, usage and management. Weekly plant walks (outdoor lectures) will emphasize p ...
Introduction to Experimental Design
HCS 5887 Introduction to experimental design, including selection and layout of plots, data analysis software, and data interpretation. Prereq: 2260 or Stat 1450, or equiv; or Grad standing. Graduate Undergraduate 3.0 Autumn 2023 In Person Distance Learni ...
HCS 4191.02 Real world job experience at golf courses, clubs, or resorts. Students are mentored by the on-site PGA professional and must complete specified written Work Experience Activities. Must be enrolled while on internship. Repeatable to a maximum o ...
HCS 1101 This course demonstrates how propagating, growing, and caring for plants is based on scientific principles that are appreciated by developing skills in plant parenting. By the end of the term, students should be confident in their ability to grow ...
The World of Plants
HCS 2200 Study of the cultivation, environmental, genetic, and social/cultural factors which influence the sustainable production of plants for food, fiber, ornamental and recreational uses. This course is available for EM credit. GE nat sci bio course. G ...
Vegetable Crop Production and Physiology
HCS 5450 A physiological and ecological study of the principal vegetable crop species grown for processing and fresh market use. The impacts of integrated crop management and other production systems on vegetable yields and quality are also considered. Pr ...
Advances in High Throughput Phenotyping
HCS 5335 High-Throughput Phenotyping (HTP) is an emerging field that integrates remote sensing and simulation and modeling technologies to advance selection in plant breeding programs. Advances in High Throughput Phenotyping provides an overview of the se ...
HCS GEN GENERAL. Undergraduate 1.0 Horticulture and Crop Science ...
Introduction to Agronomy
HCS 3100 An introductory course of row crop and forage agricultural production (agronomy). This course introduces students to row and forage crop species common in Ohio and surrounding states, and provides fundamental information on how these crops are ma ...
HCS 5890 This course uses case studies and discussion to provide students with an appreciation of the process involved in solving turfgrass problems at the managerial level. Using real-life scenarios, students will learn to recognize problems, analyze pro ...