Beginning Beekeeping


Course Overview

Course Code: COED-8033

Department: Community Education

Credit Hours: 0.00

Beginning beekeeping is an introductory course designed to acquaint the students with basic beekeeping. It will provide information on how to enter this hobby and eventually develop it into a satisfying and possibly profitable endeavor. Students will be given a brief history and overview of the subject along with the equipment and management practices necessary to be successful. Contemporary issues facing beekeepers such as diseases, Colony Collapse Disorder, and the role of bees as pollinators will also be covered.

Course Schedule

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Term: 2019NSP

Section Name: COED-8033-TV04E

Location: Nashville

Available Seats: 1

Faculty Name: T. Combs

Min Credits: 0.00

Comments: Cost is $17.00.

Term: 2019NSP

Section Name: COED-8033-TV03E

Location: Salem

Available Seats: 7

Faculty Name: T. Combs

Min Credits: 0.00

Comments: Cost is $17.00.

Term: 2019NSP

Section Name: COED-8033-TV02E

Location: Trenton

Available Seats: 1

Faculty Name: T. Combs

Min Credits: 0.00

Comments: Cost is $17.00.

Term: 2019NSP

Section Name: COED-8033-TV01E

Location: Vandalia

Available Seats: 8

Faculty Name: T. Combs

Min Credits: 0.00

Comments: Cost is $17.00.

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