Minor in Agriculture
The minor in Agriculture is available to students who wish to add to their knowledge of Agriculture for personal improvement and/or for professional development but not open to Department of Agriculture majors. This minor may be of particular interest to those students who wish to work in the food or fiber industries after graduation. This minor may be well suited for students in Accounting, Economics, Business Administration, Engineering, Emergency Management, Hospitality Administration and Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences.
The minor in Agriculture requires 21 hours of courses:
- AGAS 1014 Principles of Animal Science
- AGBU 1013 Principles of Agriculture Business
- AGPS 1024 Principles of Plant Science
- AGSS 2014 Soils
- *AG Electives (6 hours of Agriculture academic courses at the 3000 or 4000 level, excluding: AGBU 3213 Career Development in Agriculture, AGBU 3993 Internship I in Agriculture, AGBU 4983 Internship II in Agriculture, and AGBU 4991-4 Special Problems in Agriculture
*In order to take the upper division (3000-4000 level) AG courses, the student must have completed 54 hours including all 1000 and 2000 level courses listed above as well as any prerequisites and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.