Courses

AG 1000 Agriculture Special Problems   Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
AG 1011  Career Opportunities in Agriculture    Orients students to college life. Proper use of time and how to develop study habits. How to keep notes and make note cards. Acquaints students with various fields of Agriculture and opportunities offered the graduate.
AG 1111 Rodeo Activities Deals with conduct and participation of rodeo practice session.
AG 1211 Rodeo Activities Deals with conduct and participation of rodeo practice session.
AG 2111 Rodeo Activities Deals with conduct and participation of rodeo practice session.
AG 2211 Rodeo Activities Deals with conduct and participation of rodeo practice session.
AGEC 1114 Introduction to Agriculture Economics    General course in principles of economics as applied to agriculture. The acquisition of significant economic facts. The development of a critical attitude toward economic problems. The general application of the principles of economics to agriculture.
AGEC 2203 Principles of Economics Applied to Agriculture The functioning and relationship of variables at the aggregate economic level, including national income, prices, employment, monetary and fiscal policy, especially as they influence the agricultural sector. Production theory is presented as a basis for d
AGED 2303  Personal Leadership Skills in Agriculture The primary purpose of this course is to provide students with instruction and structured experiences to improve their personal management and capabilities as an agricultural leader.  The course includes an element of  developing an awareness of agricultu
ALTH 1000 Health Science Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours.  May be taken more than once.  Maximum credit is fours.
ALTH 1001 Health Science Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours.  May be taken more than once.  Maximum credit is fours.
ALTH 1002 Health Science Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours.  May be taken more than once.  Maximum credit is fours.
ALTH 1003 Health Science Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours.  May be taken more than once.  Maximum credit is fours.
ALTH 1004 Health Science Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours.  May be taken more than once.  Maximum credit is fours.
ALTH 1011 Career Opportunities in Health Science  Orients students to college life.  Proper use of time and how to develop study habits.  How to keep notes and make note cards.  Acquaints students with various fields of Health Science and opportunities offered to the graduate.
ANSI 1101 Livestock Selection                    Practice in comparative judging; oral and written discussions on beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, and horses.
ANSI 1121 Livestock Selection                    Practice in comparative judging; oral and written discussions on beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, and horses.
ANSI 1124  Introduction to Animal Science          A study of market types, classes and grades of farm animals with emphasis on food production and evaluation.
ANSI 2113 Livestock Selection                    Practice in comparative judging; oral and written discussions on beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, and horses.
ANSI 2253  Meat Animal & Carcass Evaluation Evaluation of carcasses and wholesale cuts of beef, pork and lamb factors influencing grades, yields and values in cattle, swine, and sheep.
EQNE 1101  Equine Selection Provides the student the opportunity to apply the basic techniques of equine selection as it pertains to actual judging experience. This includes evaluation of conformation and performance and expressing oral reasons.
EQNE 1103  Introduction to Equine Emphasizes specific phases of horse production. Includes a study of selection, breeding, reproduction, nutrition, and other management practices.
EQNE 1112  Basic Horseshoeing A lecture‑lab course; topics covered include, trimming feet, fitting shoes, nailing and finishing, forge work (calks, clips, brazing, welding), anatomy of the equine leg, physiology of motion, corrective shoeing.
EQNE 1121  Equine Selection Provides the student the opportunity to apply the basic techniques of equine selection as it pertains to actual judging experience. This includes evaluation of conformation, performance, and expressing oral reasons. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam
EQNE 2012 Basic Horsemanship The course covers all aspects of horsemanship utilizing techniques to improve riding skills and communications between horse and rider. A hands‑on class designed to improve basic horsemanship and enhance communication between horse and rider focusing on f
EQNE 2112 Advanced Horseshoeing Provides a basic understanding of horseshoeing and disease of the foot with practical experience in the lab actually in shoeing horses under supervision.
EQNE 2123 Equine Health Disease A practical study of the principles of feeds and nutrition of the horse, including balancing of rations. This course will also teach basic health indications and first‑aid treatments.
EQNE 2124  Equine Training Management I A theory and laboratory class providing the student with equal show experience. Each student will be assigned a horse to groom, train, and show for the semester.
EQNE 2133  Equine Reproduction A course designed to acquaint the student with the reproductive system of the male and female. Includes field trips to various breeders to study methods of breeding horses.
EQNE 2135 Equine Training Management II  The object of this class is to provide students having completed <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=EQNE+2124" class="gold_hyperlink">Equine Training Management 2124</a> an opportunity to increase their expertise in other events.
EQNE 2143 Advanced Equine Reproduction A study in reproductive processed and management techniques in the horse; including semen collection and evaluation; artificial insemination, management of mares and stallions.
EQNE 2212  Equine Selection Provides the student the opportunity to apply the basic techniques of equine selection as it pertains to actual judging experience. This includes evaluation of conformation, performance, and expressing oral reasons. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam
EQNE 2222 Marketing the Performance Horse This is a hands on course designed to improve student understanding of the skills and methods necessary to effectively market performance horses.  This will be done by the actual marketing of young performance horses.  Prerequisites: <a href="http://etc.n
FRMT 1004  Agri Ranch Records and Finance  Basic records needed for management and income tax reports; records of expenses and income, inventories, budgets, net worth statements, cash flow sheets; procedures of obtaining capital sources, tax laws, business laws and estate planning as applied to ra
FRMT 1113 Farm Animal Health - Cattle Diseases  A basic course for persons with livestock that will explain the causes of, spread of, and the means of controlling common cattle diseases. A very practical course for cattle owners.
FRMT 112 Applied Animal Health Practices Acquaints student with herd health and disease prevention and presents treatment of diseases and injury. Practical laboratory is arranged for students’ experience in handling farm animals.
FRMT 1122 Livestock Production Sales Management Acquaints student with herd health and disease prevention and presents treatments of diseases and injury. Practical laboratory is arranged for students’ experience in handling farm animals.
FRMT 1213 Beef Production Economics and appraisal of beef production enterprises, selection by records and visual appraisal for the economically important traits of reproduction, gainability and carcass value; basic genetics, inheritance, systems of breeding, production programs a
FRMT 1223  Sheep Production Basics of sheep breeding, supplemental feeding, selection for mutton and wool production, and general management practices.
FRMT 2103  Swine Production Appraisal of swine production enterprises, selection for economically important traits of reproduction, meat production, carcass value, crossbreeding practices, production systems. feeding systems and marketing practices.
FRMT 2111  Artificial Insemination Practice Class is open for anyone desiring to learn to pass the rod used in artificial insemination in cattle.
FRMT 2112  Theory of Artificial Insemination Theory of artificial insemination including hormones, anatomy and physiology of livestock.
FRMT 2113  Swine Feeding A practical, applied approach to feeding of all levels of swine, gestating sows, lactation sows, boars, and pigs from pre‑weaning through finishing. The focus is on maintaining intake, reducing waste, and generally recognizing the importance and significa
FRMT 2203 Feedlot Management Introduction to health requirements necessary for feedlot cattle; types of rations and nutritive requirements for ration formulation; feed additives and their effects; sanitation control; legal requirements; and management practices of feedlots.
FRMT 2213  Swine Reproduction An applied course focusing on the reproductive management of swine for optimum economic return. Includes management of the reproductive cycle of sows, gilts, and management of boars for maximum reproductive efficiency. Artificial insemination practices in
FRMT 2313 Swine Health & Disease A course covering the major health and disease problems of swine. Focuses on immunity and management practices aimed at minimizing disease and health losses, particularly in the areas of reproductive, respiratory, and skeletal (joint) diseases. The course
FRMT 2401 Work Experience Includes work on farms, ranches or agricultural business to permit students to gain experience in agriculture, to become proficient in business procedures and managerial decision making and to prepare for the world of work.
FRMT 2402 Work Experience Includes work on farms, ranches or agricultural business to permit students to gain experience in agriculture, to become proficient in business procedures and managerial decision making and to prepare for the world of work.
FRMT 2403 Work Experience Includes work on farms, ranches or agricultural business to permit students to gain experience in agriculture, to become proficient in business procedures and managerial decision making and to prepare for the world of work.
FRMT 2404 Work Experience Includes work on farms, ranches or agricultural business to permit students to gain experience in agriculture, to become proficient in business procedures and managerial decision making and to prepare for the world of work.
FRMT 2405 Work Experience Includes work on farms, ranches or agricultural business to permit students to gain experience in agriculture, to become proficient in business procedures and managerial decision making and to prepare for the world of work.
FRMT 2406 Work Experience Includes work on farms, ranches or agricultural business to permit students to gain experience in agriculture, to become proficient in business procedures and managerial decision making and to prepare for the world of work.
FRMT 2413  Issues in the Swine Industry A survey course of some of the problems and societal issues associated with the swine industry. Topics may include: environmental concerns, animal rights, pork quality, pork as a healthy meat, growth in the swine industry, and pork promotion.
POSC 2354  Poultry Production I  Study of the management practices used in production of young chickens, turkeys, and other poultry with special emphasis in broiler production.
POSC 2364  Poultry Production II Study of management practices used in production of adult chickens, turkeys, and other poultry with special emphasis on breeder and market egg production.
POSC 2554  Poultry Biology  Detailed coverage of the external and internal anatomy of poultry, including formation and development of the egg and embryo.