• CSS 110 - Computer Applications in Agronomy

    Fall, Spring, Summer. Use of computers in agriculture. Laboratory experience in word processing, spread sheets, presentations, and software related to agriculture. Instructor: Dave Krauss
  • CSS 151 - Seed and Grain Quality

    Spring. Principles and practices of producing, conditioning, testing and marketing field crop seed. Grain grading and quality evaluation. Offered first ten weeks of semester. Instructor: Randy Judd
  • CSS 210 - Fundamentals of Soil Science

    Fall, Spring. Agricultural and natural resource ecosystems: soil, vegetation, and ground water components. Energy, water, and nutrient cycles. Soil classification and mapping. Land management and use issues. Instructor: Jim Crum
  • CSS 232 - Introduction to Turfgrass Management

    Fall. Turfgrass utilization, identification, establishment and management principles. Responses to various cultural practices. Instructor: Trey Rogers
  • CSS 267 - Turfgrass Practices

    Spring. Turfgrass establishment, renovation, and construction principles. Maintenance of golf course turf. Agronomic and management principles applied to golf course maintenance. Instructor: Trey Rogers
  • CSS 269 - Turfgrass Strategies

    Spring. Issues in turfgrass management including employee relations, construction, and environmental problems. Offered first ten weeks of semester. Instructor: Trey Rogers
  • CSS 272 - Turfgrass Soil Fertility

    Spring. Soil-plant relationships, soil acidity and alkalinity, macro- and micro-nutrients, fertilizer materials, soil fertility, evaluations, and fertilizer programming. Offered first ten weeks of semester. Instructor: Jim Crum
  • CSS 288 - Principles of Weed Management

    Fall. Cultural, mechanical, biological, and chemical weed management principles and practices. Environmental considerations. Field trips required. Instructor: Jim Kells
  • CSS 470 - Soil Resources

    Fall. Evaluation of the properties, genesis, and classification of soil resources to assist in making land-use decisions. Instructor: Jim Crum
  • CSS 480 - Soil Fertility and Management

    Fall. Comprehensive management of agricultural soils. Soil fertility, including liming and fertilizer materials and other nutrient sources. Site specific soil management. Environmental impacts including soil erosion, runoff, and organic matter mineralization. Instructor: Kurt Steinke
  • CSS 921 - Geostatistics

    Fall of odd years. Estimating functions. Growth models, generalized linear models, linear and non-linear mixed models. Field experiments with spatial trends. Longitudinal data. Modeling in the presence of spatial and temporal correlations. Instructor: Sasha Kravchenko
  • STT 464 - Statistics for Biologists

    Fall. Biological random variables. Estimation of population parameters. Testing hypotheses. Linear correlation and regression. Analyses of counted and measured data to compare several biological groups including contingency tables and analysis of variance. Instructor: Sasha Kravchenko
  • STT 814 - Advanced Statistics for Biologists

    Spring. Concepts of reducing experimental error for biological and agricultural research. Covariance, randomized block designs, latin squares, split plots, repeated-measures designs, regression applications, and response surface designs. Analyses using statistical software. Instructor: Sasha Kravchenko

If you have any problems accessing a course, please contact your instructor or Dave Krauss at krauss@msu.edu.