College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

Developing a Learning and Doing Culture in AGNR Academic Courses

There are many AGNR courses that build student understanding and enourage innovation, entrepreneurship and commercialization.  For faculty, course titles, descriptions, curricula and learning objectives need to be examined for alignment and for relevance in light of the mission of the Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurism.  The AgI2C Committee has a faculty member from each AGNR Department who can initiate reviews of selected and appropriate courses, ultimately reaching the University Programs, Courses, and Curriculum Committee for changes. AGNR and the Academy are reviewing all AGNR courses. The Academic Programs office in AGNR will help facilitate the approval process for course title and description changes. That process begins in a Department, moves to the College, and then to the University for final approval.

 
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