Other CEU Opportunities:
University of Illinois Extension Online CEU Modules
Each module is $10.00.
Soil Quality Tests (Part 1) - 1.0 CEU in Soil and Water Management
This module defines "Soil Quality", and discusses several indicators that would need to be examined when doing a soil quality assessment. Sampling techniques, and steps in producing a soil quality management plan are reviewed.
Soil Organic Matter Management - 1.0 CEU in Soil and Water Management
What is soil organic matter (SOM)? Fractions of soil organic matter and environmental/biological factors of SOM creation are discussed. This module presents information on trends in SOM in the United States, and management techniques for SOM. A section on climate change and its potential effect on soil organic matter is included.
Eight Simple Rules for Crop Scouting - 1.0 CEU in Integrated Pest Management
There are several "good time management" recommendations that can aid the effort to make crop scouting a more efficient process. This module will address eight of those recommendations.
Soils, Drought and Crops - 1.0 CEU in Soil and Water Management
A discussion of recent and historical drought trends, how drought affects soils and crops and what can be done to alleviate or prevent drought stress on crops.
Cotton Nematode Online Learning Module 1 CEU in Pest Management
Summary of Content:
Cotton nematodes steal hundreds of millions of dollars from U.S. cotton producers every year, yet for decades, these microscopic pests have been allowed to intensify and spread, often undetected or misdiagnosed. The purpose of this module is to raise awareness of the threat nematodes pose to cotton in the United States, and to present an in-depth understanding of the most common cotton nematode species, nematode damage, soil sampling techniques and nematode management options.
Glyphosate Resistance Online Learning Module
1 CEU in Crop Management
Summary of Content:
Glyphosate resistance is a hot topic in weed control today. This site will give you an in-depth look at the reality of glyphosate resistance, its development, why it should be a concern and how to manage it.
New CCA CEUs on CD
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General Entomology-Travels with My Antlion - 20 CEUs, can be divided into four 5 CEU sections. $129 or $39.00 per section. Great CD! Based on most popular course offered at Cal Poly with an annual enrollment approaching 3,000. Lots of images and quite fun!
Insect Identification and Biology - 14 CEUs. Emphasizes family identification of larger orders of insects with references to economic species. Many images. Divided into two 7 CEU sections. $69.00 each or $99.00 for both.
Identification and Biology of Spiders - 4 CEUs. $39. Great CD! Lot of images.
Predatory Insects - 3 CEUs. $39. Biology and identification of predatory groups of insects emphasizing those of biological control importance.
Outdoor Vertebrate Pests-Biology and Control - 5 CEUs. $49. Covers squirrels, moles, gophers, voles and other vertebrate pests. Very practical CD.
Crop Adviser Institute
The mission of the Crop Adviser Institute (CAI) is to provide high quality, interactive, computer-based, learning modules designed for the continuing education of agricultural professionals. This mission is being fulfilled through an Iowa State University partnership between the Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Iowa State University Extension.
The Science and Technology Training Library – Webinar Portal for Conservation of Natural Resources at ConservationWebinars.net is a service of the Southern Regional Extension Forestry Office, North Carolina State University's Extension Forest Resources, Texas AgriLife Extension Service, other participating land-grant universities and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. This portal serves as a launching point for live and archived conservation and natural resource webinars. Many of the webinars featured on the site provide Certified Crop Advisor continuing education credits, free of charge. When CCA CEUs are available for a webinar, the Educational Area and Self Study credits are shown on the web page that provides information to join the live or archived event.
Iowa State University Master of Science in Agronomy
This is the first Master of Science in Agronomy you can earn from your home or office by using your computer and the Internet. The program was designed and is aimed at professionals working in industry and government-emphasizes development of superior problem-solving and communication skills. It is a 40-credit, non-thesis program that provides a diverse background in agronomy and related disciplines by integrating crop, soil, climate, and pest management information into a rigorous curriculum. Students in the M.S. in Agronomy Program also develop and complete a professional development project called a creative component.
Built-in flexibility allows students to complete the program at their own pace relative to their professional, family, and other commitments. This means students can study when and where their schedule permits. The time required to complete the degree is flexible, and although it is possible to finish in two years, most students enroll in only one or two courses per semester while working full time. Therefore, most students achieve their masters in three to five years.
CEUs can be obtained for these courses by completing a Self-Reported CEU form and submitting this form along with a course syllabus and course grade slip to the International CCA Office. CEUs are figured as 15 x semester credits and 9 x quarter credits and can be reported in only one CEU category.
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Off Campus Graduate Programs
No out of state tuition fees!
Please contact Heather Miller at the Office of Continuing Education at (217)265-6568 (Turner Hall) or by email at email@example.com with any questions about obtaining CEUs from the programs below.
Masters Degree in Crop Sciences
Professional Certificate in Crop Sciences
Masters Degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education
Summary of Content:
This course is designed primarily for Cooperative Extension and Natural Resource Conservation Service personnel (particularly new staff members), and other agricultural, natural resource and community development professionals. It emphasizes core concepts and basic understanding of sustainable agriculture, its goals and its relevance to every farming and ranching operation - large and small.
Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center
The LPE Learning Center offers 20+ webcasts (one CEU each) on animal manure management issues. Some of the topics are pathogens, antibiotics and hormones, manure treatment technologies, land application of manure nutrients, and others. Many of the webcasts are viewable from your web browser. Some will require Real Player (a free download) to view.
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