International Agriculture/Natural Resources-Social Science

1 - 6 credits

AGRIC 2192

College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources

Changed to AFNR 2192 (on Sep. 17, 2012)

This course is designed to provide students with an examination of the social sciences of the host country; including the sociology, psychology, economics, government, and history of the country; including the dynamics of urban and rural communities. May be repeated for credit. Selected sections of this course may be graded either on A-F or S/U basis only. Prerequisite: student’s advisor and instructor’s consent.

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