Plant Breeding & Genetics Certificate Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
If you find yourself intrigued by the symposium content and want to learn more, UNL is pleased to announce the latest addition to their extensive offerings in the College of Agronomy & Horticulture, The Plant Breeding & Genetics Professional Development Certificate Program. Designed for individuals currently in, or seeking to work in, the seed or plant breeding industries, the program is taught entirely online by UNL’s distinguished faculty. Comprised of 6 core modules and 6 elective modules, learners can expand their knowledge in key components of plant breeding and genetics including:
· Basic genetics principles
· Plant breeding methods for self and cross pollinated crops
· Identifying germplasm
· Overview of crop genetic engineering
· Crop protection topics such as genetics of pest resistance management
· Genotype x environment interactions
· Using double haploids
· Plant pathology and weed science
· Seed development and seed production
Take the next step to advance your career with certification by recognized leaders in the plant breeding and genetics field, and enjoy the convenience of learning at home, while traveling, or at work. Gain superior knowledge in the most cutting edge technologies and methodologies in the field, and apply your knowledge immediately to help solve the world’s growing demand for efficient and effective food production. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are also offered for the coursework.
Feed & Energize Our World!
To learn more, please visit The Plant Breeding & Genetics Certificate Program