General Agriculture: The General Agriculture specialization is designed to provide an opportunity for students and anyone interested in agriculture or an agriculture related field to have access to selected courses or topics in their area of interest. The curriculum is structured to offer a well-rounded undergraduate education in the basic and ap- plied sciences of agriculture and related fields through quality "hands-on" training. Students graduating with a B.S. in agriculture specializing in General Agriculture have opportunities to pursue careers in various areas of agriculture and agribusiness or work towards advanced de- grees in Agriculture.
A. AgriScience Core (53 semester hours): 1. AgriScience Foundation (25 semester hours): Ag 299, Ag 497; Agec 330; AgEng 231; AnSc 141; Ento 304; Hort 262; PlPath 301; Soils 304 2. 3 semester hours from the following courses: AnSc 342/351/352/353/354/355 3. 3 semester hours from the following courses: ort 66/350/351/352/354/460 4. Elective Agriculture courses (21/22 semester hours): At least 12 hours must be upper division courses B. General Education Core (70 semester hours): 1. Social Science & Humanities (21 semester hours) Acc 250/AgEc 221; Econ 201/AgEc 201; Eng 100; Eng 309; SpCom 151; 2 Social Science/Humanities courses 2. Natural Science (24/25 semester hours): Biol 150, Biol 153; Chem 124, Chem 125; AgBus 110; Math 104 or above 3. Other Elective courses including College of Agriculture courses (25/25 semester hours) Description of courses: Agriculture Other Specializations: Agribuiness | Aquaculture | Crop Protection| Agro-Ecology | General Agriculture | Tropical Horticulture
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