MCC, in its drive to keep its students up to date with current trends, is introducing AGS 150 General Microbiology for Food and Agriculture. This 4-credit course is geared to introduce basic principles relating to microorganisms and contaminants associated with food and fiber production. There are no prerequisites for this natural science elective.
Jobs associated with this area of expertise include agricultural and food science technicians, sales in wholesale, manufacturing, technical and scientific products, to name a few.
Registration can be made online at https://www.monroecc.edu; in person, by mail, or fax; using the MCC registration online form.
For further questions regarding this new course, contact Bob King, Senior Agriculture Specialist at (585) 292-2065, or <mailto:email@example.com".