2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Agricultural Science Comprehensive Major, 58 hours: B.S.—No Minor Required

CIP: 010000

Agricultural science prepares students for a wide variety of positions in agriculture and agriculturally-related occupations, as well as farm operations.

In addition to the courses listed below, a program to total 58 hours of agriculture courses is designed by the student and an advisor to meet the needs of each student.


The Northwest Core (44-47 hours)

Institutional Requirements (4 hours)

Required Courses (58 hours)

CHEM 24112General Chemistry *


CHEM 24113General Chemistry Laboratory *



CHEM 24114General Chemistry I *


CHEM 24115General Chemistry I Laboratory *



AGRI 03102Principles of Microeconomics in Agriculture *


AGRI 03150Animal Science


AGRI 03232Crop Production


AGRI 03234Fundamentals of Soil Science


AGRI 03296Seminar


Advisor-approved electives in agriculture


Students selecting a Comprehensive Major in Agricultural Science must complete a minimum of 9 credit hours in at least three of the agricultural areas: agricultural business, agricultural mechanization, agricultural education, agronomy, animal science, horticulture, and precision agriculture. Each course may be counted in only one major area.

AGRI 03102, CHEM 24112 and CHEM 24113, CHEM 24114 and CHEM 24115: These courses fulfill a Northwest Core requirement as well as a requirement of the major, but the number of credit hours may be counted only once toward the total number of credit hours required for graduation.

Free electives as needed to reach minimum 120 graduation hours

NOTE: Degree requires a grade point average of 2.25 in major courses.