Agricultural Science B.S. - Broadfield

A graduate with a major in agricultural science should possess competencies in basic economics and management, plant and animal operations, pest control, production and utilization of plant and animal products, marketing and food sciences. Examples of career options for graduates with an agricultural sciences major include agricultural civil service professions, technical and sales positions, landscape operations, county extension agents, ranch management, agronomic or horticultural production management, food manufacturing and preservation, and quality control.

Core Curriculum Courses
See the Core Curriculum Requirements42
Required courses in the major
AG 1131Intro To Agriculture1
AG 300Professional Agricultural Communications1
AG 392GLB/Appld Ethics US World Ag3
AG 400Seminar1
Select one of the following sequences.
Introduction to Plant Science
and Introduction to Plant Science Lab
Introduction to Horticulture
and Introduction to Horticulture Laboratory
PLS 309Soil Science3
PLS 329Soil Science Laboratory1
Agricultural Economics
ANS 1319Introduction to Animal Science3
ANS 1119Introduction to Animal Science Laboratory1
ANS 317Livestock Management Techniques3
or AG 335 Wildlife Management I
or AG 336 Wildlife Management II
AMC 315Agri Systms Technology Mgmt3
FDSC 1329Principles of Food Science3
or FDSC 318 Meat Technology
Agricultural Sciences electives21
Required support courses
Survey of General Chemistry
and Experimental Survey of General Chemistry: Laboratory Section
BSC 1411Botany4
or BSC 1413 Zoology
or CHEM 1307
CHEM 1107
Survey of Organic and Biochemistry
and Experimental Survey of Organic and Biochemistry: Laboratory Section
PLS 2313Economic Entomology3
Additional Electives Required
Electives required to meet minimum program hours27
Total Hours120

A grade of “C” or higher must be earned in all courses in this Major with the exception of the Support Course a grade of “D” is acceptable. 

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