AGNR 317 - Agriculture and Natural Resources Honors Topics
(1-4 credit hours/semester; may be repeated – maximum 8 h).
Discussion of selected topics, issues, and problems influencing national and international food, fiber, bioenergy, agriculture, and natural resources systems.

Nature of Critical Thinking – Dr. Brent Lamons (Coming Fall 2014)

Undergraduate Research Preparation – Dr. Kimberly Gwinn (Coming Spring 2015)

AGNR 497 - Honors Research
(3 credit hours/semester; may be repeated – maximum 6 h; S/NC grading).
Herbert Honors Students Only. 
Consists of independent work with a faculty member.
AGNR 498 - Honors Thesis (1 Credit Hour).
Herbert Honors Students Only. 
Required during the semester when the thesis is written and the presentation is made. Dean’s Scholars should register for this course in place of UNHO 498.
ANSC 328 - Honors: Reproductive Physiology and Lactation
(3 credit hours - enriched version of ANSC 320).
Biology of sex and sexual differentiation, functional anatomy of male and female, reproduction and lactation, gametogenesis, neuroendocrinology and endocrinology of reproduction and lactation, sex cycles, folliculogenesis, ovulation, spermatogenesis, fertilization, embryonic development, implantation, pregnancy, parturition, initiation of lactation and maintenance of the dry period, artificial control of reproduction and lactation. Contact Hour Distribution: 2 hours and 1 lab.
ANSC 338 - Honors: Comparative Animal Nutrition
(3 credit hours).
Nomenclature, structures, functions, utilization, and deficiency symptoms of essential nutrients in carnivores, omnivores and herbivores.
ANSC 348 - Honors: Animal Breeding and Genetics
(3 credit hours)
Genetic and environmental bases of animal variation. Selection and mating systems as mechanisms of genetic change. Planning breeding programs for economically important domestic species. Contact Hour Distribution: 2 hours and 1 lab.
ANSC 388 - Honors: Animal Health Management
(3 credit hours).
Characteristics, symptoms, prevention, and treatment of major diseases and parasites. Immunization, health regulations and herd health programs for all farm livestock species and poultry. Contact Hour Distribution: 2 hours and 1 lab.
FDST 418 - Honors: Food Chemistry
(4 credit hours).
Reactions of water, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, minerals, enzymes, vitamins, and additives in foods.
FDST 428 - Honors: Food Microbiology
(3 credit hours).
Physical, chemical, and environmental factors moderating growth and survival of foodborne microorganisms. Pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms affecting quality of foods and their control. 
FORS 217 - Honors: Tree Biology
(3 credit hours).
Students will attend Forestry 214 classes with supplementary assignments. An introduction to the anatomy and development of woody plants, their reproduction, growth requirements, and functioning.
FORS 317 - Honors: Economics of Forest and Wildland Resources
(2 credit hours).
Students will attend Forestry 314 classes with supplementary assignments. Basic principles of forest resource economics. Microeconomic applications in forestry and non-market valuation and analysis. Financial analyses of private and public forest resource management decisions.
FORS 337 - Honors: Wood Properties and Uses
(2 credit hours).
Students will attend Forestry 331 classes with supplementary assignments. A survey of the anatomy, properties, applications and impacts of wood materials. Includes training in wood identification. Similar to FORS 333 but the schedule and expectations accommodate attendance in Fall block.
FORS 427 - Honors: Forest Resource Management
(3 credit hours).
Students will attend Forestry 420 classes with supplementary assignments. Introduction to forest-level management concepts from an economic perspective. Harvest determination; goal setting under multiple-use concepts; taxes; classical approaches to regulation, linear programming and harvest scheduling; and goal programming.