The Department of Agri culture offers in course honors work in all its courses

The department of agri culture offers in course

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of AGR 299, Independent Study. The Department of Agri- culture offers in-course honors work in all its courses for students enrolled in the University Honors Program or in any departmental honors program. In-course work is offered at the discretion of the instructor. Agribusiness Program Degree Offered: B.S. MAJOR IN AGRIBUSINESS Agribusiness Sequence : 36 hours in Agriculture and 19 hours in the College of Business and/or Department of Economics. Required courses: ACC 131; AGR 109, 110, 130, 150, 170; CHE 110 and 112, or 140; ECO 105; MAT 120. The student must complete a minimum of 12 semester hours (within the 36 required in Agriculture) in Agribusiness courses selected from AGR 213, 214, 215, 216, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 317, 318, 319, 320, 324. AGR 295, 394, and 395 do not count toward this major. The student must complete a minimum of 9 hours from a combination of Agricultural Engineering Technology, Agronomy, Animal Science, or Horticulture Science (in addition to AGR 130, 150, and 170). Non-business majors who desire to elect more than 30 hours of their course work in business must meet all College of Business requirements for graduation. These students should register for additional courses only in person and with the written permission of the College of Business advisor. Food Industry Management Sequence: 36 hours in Agriculture and/or Family and Consumer Sciences and 19 hours in the College of Business and/or Department of Economics. Required courses: AGR 109, 110, 130, 150, 170, 271, 315, 317; ACC 131; AGR 205 or ITK 150; CHE 110 and 112, or 140; ECO 105; MAT 120. 12 hours from AGR 205, 214, 215, 257, 285, 314, 319, COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
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108 C A S T Agriculture 324, 340; FCS 102, 113, 213, 316, 319, 332. AGR 295, 394, and 395 do not count toward this sequence. Horticulture Sequence: 36 hours in Agriculture and 19 hours in the College of Business and/or Department of Economics. Required courses: AGR 109, 110, 120, 130, 157; AGR 150 or BSC 196 or 197 (AGR 150 preferred); ECO 105; ACC 131; FIL 185; MAT 120; CHE 110 and 112, or 140. 12 hours from AGR 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 260, 262, 352, 353, 355, 356. AGR 295, 394, and 395 do not count toward this sequence. Agriculture Program Degree Offered: B.S. MAJOR IN AGRICULTURE General Agriculture Sequence: 36 hours in Agriculture required. A minor or second major is required. Agriculture core required courses: AGR 109, 110, 130, 150, and 170. Additional required courses: BSC 196 or 197 (196 pre- ferred); CHE 110 and 112, or 140. At least 1 additional course in each of 3 of the 4 fol- lowing specialized areas of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Engineering Technology, Agronomy, and Animal Science. AGR 295, 394, and 395 do not count toward this sequence. Agriculture Industry Management Sequence: 55 hours in Agriculture or Agriculture and Industrial Technology required. Agriculture core required courses: AGR 109, 110, 130, 150, 170. Additional required courses: AGR 157 (required for Agronomy Industry Management Concentration) or 275 (required for Animal Industry Management Concentra- tion) or TEC 110 (required for Agricultural Engineering Technology Management Concentration); CHE 110 and 112, or 140; ECO 105; MAT 119 or 120 or 144.
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  • Fall '15
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