Program Planning


Bachelor of Science - Agricultural Studies with Geography as the Six-Course Subfield Sample Sequencing Plan (2009 / 2010)

Shown below is a sample sequence of courses for your degree. If you follow this plan, you should be able to graduate in four years, provided you complete five courses per semester. This is just one example of how you could complete your major and degree requirements; you may find that a different sequence works as well as this one.

Year 1, Fall
Agricultural Studies 1000
Biology 1010
Economics 1010
Geography 1010
One of: Computer Science 1620, Mathematics 1560, Physics 1050
 
Year 1, Spring
Biology 1020
One of: Geography 2015 or Geography 2700 (Main Subfield course)
GLER course (List I)
GLER course (List II)
Science elective
 
Year 2, Fall
Biology 2000
Chemistry 1110
One of: Geography 2015, Geography 2030 or Geography 2700 (Main Subfield course)
GLER course (List I)
Science elective
 
Year 2, Spring
Statistics 1770
Second Subfield course
GLER course (List I)
Science elective
Elective
 
Year 3, Fall
Agricultural Studies 33001
Main Subfield course 3000/4000 level
Second Subfield course
Science elective
Elective
 
Year 3, Spring
Technical Studies Semester2
 
Year 4, Fall
Main Subfield course 3000/4000 level
Main Subfield course 3000/4000 level
Science elective 3000/4000 level
Science elective
Elective
 
Year 4, Spring
Agricultural Studies 4000
Agricultural Studies 43003
Main Subfield course 3000/4000 level
Elective
Elective
 
1 Students may take Agricultural Studies 3300 in Year 4, Fall instead of a Science elective which would then be taken in Year 3, Fall.
2 15.0 credit hours.
3 Students should consult the Coordinator of Agricultural Studies regarding the semester of offering of this course.
Reminder: For the B.Sc., students must include, among the 40 courses, at least 25 courses from the list Science Courses (2009/2010 Calendar, Part 7 and Part 4).
Note: Students choosing to complete requirements for the Concentration in Agricultural Business should choose those prescribed courses in place of non-science electives. Courses in Economics or Political Science from the `Three of' list will also fulfill List II: Social Science Courses for the General Liberal Education Requirement.