May 29, 2024  
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AGNR 488 - Honors Capstone

3 Credit Hours
This course will build upon concepts introduced in AGNR 480 - How to Feed the World  or FWF 420 - International Natural Resource Issues * and is the second semester of the two-semester capstone experience for the Honors Food, Agricultural, Natural Resource, and Human Sciences (FANHS) Minor. Students will produce a project that is built from the knowledge gained in AGNR 480  and done in conjunction with a faculty mentor engaged in FANHS research, leadership, international, or Extension programs. Examples of projects include (but are not limited to): a new computer program; the design of a new piece of equipment or technology; devising, implementing, and evaluating a new FANHS-based practice; landscape design; devising a business plan; devising, implementing, and evaluating new FANHS-based education or outreach materials. For successful completion of the course, the student will also produce a written component and a public presentation of the project at a University of Tennessee or professional society venue. The written document is generally shorter than the thesis and will include most if not all of the following: rationale, statement of originality, summary of the process of project completion, challenges, and reflection.

(RE) Prerequisite(s): AGNR 480  or FWF 420 *.
Registration Restriction(s): Honors Food, Agricultural, Natural Resource, and Human Sciences minor only.



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