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Undergraduate Courses

210. Humans, Insects and The Environment. 3 cr. An introduction to insect science and how insects interact with humans and the environment.

299.  How to Do Science. 2 credits + 2-3 credits of independent study.  Complete research experience from proposal to poster.

350. General Entomology. 3 cr. Fundamental aspects of insect structure, classification, and biology.

431. Integrated Pest Management. 3 cr. The principles embodied in the implementation of multifaceted tactics designed to manage pest populations successfully.

446.  Plant Resistance to Insects.  3 cr.  This course covers the challenges that insects pose for plants as well as the resistance mechanisms that plants have evolved to meet these challenges.  Examples will come from natural, agricultural, horticultural, and range systems.

470.  Insect Ecology.  3 cr.  This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of ecology as they relate to insects.  We will emphasize how ecological principles help inform other many areas of applied and basic entomological research.  Offered spring, odd years.

Student Focused. Land Grant. Research University.

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North Dakota State University
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Campus address: Hultz Hall 202
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Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 7650 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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