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Software Engineering

Software Engineering
The Software Engineering bachelor’s degree was established in 2007 as a interdisciplinary program between the College of Engineering and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Iowa State’s Software Engineering students interact with a diverse faculty and student body where they gain expertise in computer science, engineering, and math that will prepare them to design, develop, and evaluate software, configure and install computer systems, and build and maintain software systems throughout their lifecycles.

Integrated Crop Management

Integrated Crop Management
The Integrated Crop Management (ICM) website is a convenient, central location for producers to access a variety of crop production information, including: agronomy, soils and environment, weeds, integrated pest management, water quality, and grain handling and storage. Contributors to the site represent the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach crops team, which includes about 30 faculty and staff.

Iowa Nutrient Research Center

Iowa Nutrient Research Center
The Iowa Nutrient Research Center was established by the Iowa Board of Regents in response to legislation passed by the Iowa Legislature in 2013. The center pursues science-based approaches to areas that include evaluating the performance of current and emerging nutrient management practices, and providing recommendations on implementing the practices and developing new practices.

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