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Journeyman-Level Beekeeping  

The Journeyman-Level Beekeeping course is the next step in the Master Beekeeper Certificate Program. This course delves a bit deeper than the Apprentice-Level into the life and ecology of the honey bee. Topics covered include honey bees' interaction and relation to other native pollinators and pesticide uses. The student will be given detailed instruction on honey bees' internal anatomy and structure as well as the uses of their external anatomy. This course will provide students with detailed knowledge of honey bee diseases and diagnoses of diseases and pests. Alternative methods for the treatment of these ailments will also be taught at this level of the curriculum. By the end of the course, students will understand the honey bees' place in the ecosystem and how their unique anatomy contributes to their interactions with the world both inside and outside the hive. Students will also be equipped with the knowledge to both diagnose and treat honey bee ailments and pests.

Course meets fully online. There are no face-to-face components. Course is non-credit. Course is available for 4.5 CEUs.

This course is open to students who have successfully completed the Apprentice-Level Beekeeping course or have passed the Apprentice-Level Test-Out. Students must have the ability to successfully overwinter their colony to illustrate they have put into practice the lessons taught in the Apprentice-Level Beekeeping course. For students who are new beekeepers, we also suggest a minimum one-year break between the Apprentice and Journeyman courses. This break allows students to apply skills learned before progressing to the next level.

Visit the program website for complete information about the course, schedule, textbooks or other course materials, system requirements and refunds.

To register, select the Add to Cart button below and follow the instructions through checkout. Within five business days of the course start date, you will receive course login information by email. The subject line of the email will be: “University of Montana online course access.” Please note that payment for this course must be received before course login information will be sent to you.

Note: If you are a college or university student and you would like to earn 3 undergraduate credits for this course, please telephone 406.243.6496. You will be asked to provide information about the school you are attending. The additional cost for the credit is $135. Do not register by selecting the Add to Cart button below. After you call, you will be sent a separate link for registration.

 

 

This course is full. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, select the "add to wait list" button below and follow the instructions provided. You will not be asked to pay for the course now. You will be notified if an opening becomes available.  
 
Course Title: Journeyman-Level Beekeeping
UM Academic Credits: 0.00
Course Dates: 8/19/2019 - 10/18/2019
Instructor: Jerry Bromenshenk, Scott Debnam, Phillip Welch

This course meets fully online. There are no face-to-face components.

This course is open to students who have successfully completed the Apprentice-Level Beekeeping course or have passed the Apprentice-Level Test-Out. Students must have the ability to successfully overwinter their colony to illustrate they have put into practice the lessons taught in the Apprentice-Level Beekeeping course. For students who are new beekeepers, we also suggest a minimum one-year break between the Apprentice and Journeyman courses. This break allows students to apply skills learned before progressing to the next level.

 

This course is in session.
Course Title: Journeyman-Level Beekeeping
UM Academic Credits: 0.00
Course Dates: 4/29/2019 - 6/28/2019
Instructor: Jerry Bromenshenk, Scott Debnam, Phillip Welch

This course meets fully online. There are no face-to-face components.

This course is open to students who have successfully completed the Apprentice-Level Beekeeping course or have passed the Apprentice-Level Test-Out. Students must have the ability to successfully overwinter their colony to illustrate they have put into practice the lessons taught in the Apprentice-Level Beekeeping course. For students who are new beekeepers, we also suggest a minimum one-year break between the Apprentice and Journeyman courses. This break allows students to apply skills learned before progressing to the next level.