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Agricult Biosecurity (AGBIO)

AGBIO 520 Agricultural Biosecurity: Protecting a Key Infrastructure (3) Course will explore intentional and unintentional threats to the agriculture- food system, history and current approaches for safeguarding this key infrastructure.
Effective: Spring 2012
Prerequisite: permission of the instructor  

AGBIO 521 (FD SC 521) Food Defense: Prevention Planning for Food Processors (3) Prepares current and aspiring professionals to learn, recognize and apply measures to prevent intentional contamination of the food supply.
Effective: Fall 2016
 

AGBIO 594 Agricultural Biosecurity and Food Defense Capstone Experience (3) Culminating experience in the iMPS-HLS for the online Agricultural Biosecurity and Food Defense option.
Effective: Summer 2013
Prerequisite: AGBIO 520, AGBIO 521, AGBIO 801 andAGBIO 802  

AGBIO 801 (PATH 801) Veterinary Infectious Disease Diagnostic and Surveillance Systems (3) This course provides knowledge of diagnostic and surveillance systems used to detect infectious diseases and protect against animal agricultural biological attack.
Effective: Fall 2016
 

AGBIO 802 (PPATH 802) Plant Protection: Responding to Introductions of Threatening Pests and Pathogens (3) This course provides knowledge of plant biosecurity, plant disease, regulations, and technologies using case study examples.
Effective: Fall 2016
 

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