AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

The program provides broad, well-balanced training which prepares students to assume positions of leadership in rural or urban communities. The curriculum is designed for those who desire to own or operate farms or to become agricultural representatives for banks, railroads, and chain stores; to work with milk processors and cooperatives, the Agricultural Extension Service, and other federal agencies; or to engage in public relations and similar activities.

Freshman Year

Ag Econ 110 3 Hours
Ag ET 110 3 Hours
An Sci 110 3 Hours
Pl Sci 110 3 Hours
Biol 110-120 8 Hours
Eng 111-112 6 Hours
Math 140, 160, or 210 6 Hours
Total Hours 32

Sophomore Year

An Sci 220 3 Hours
Chem 121-122 8 Hours
Comm 230 3 Hours
Comp Sc 201 3 Hours
Econ 201-202 6 Hours
Micro 251 4 Hours
Soil Sc 210 4 Hours
Total Hours 34

Junior Year

Ag ET 350 3 Hours
An Sci 340 3 Hours
An Sci 360 or Pl Sci 431 3 Hours
Chem 310 3 Hours
Pl Sci 433 3 Hours
Soil Sc 315 3 Hours
Zool 325 3 Hours
Agriculture electives 6 Hours
English or Communications elective (must be speaking or writing elective) 3 Hours
Social Science/Humanities elective 3 Hours
Total Hours 33

Senior Year

Ag Econ 325, 471 6 Hours
Social Science/Humanities elective 3 Hours
Agriculture electives 12 Hours
Electives 12 Hours
Total Hours 33


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