Business Administration Agribusiness (CBA)

Bachelor of Science 4-Year Plan

Year 1

Semester 1 · Fall
Course Credit Hours
BSAD 111 Professional Enhancement I 1 cr
MATH 104 or MATH 106 3-5 cr
ENGL 150 or ENGL 151 3 cr
Electives 6 cr
Total Credits 13
Semester 2 · Spring
Course Credit Hours
BSAD 150 Business Computer Applications 1 cr
ACCT 201 Introductory Accounting I 3 cr
ECON 211 or ECON 212 3 cr
ACE 4 3 cr
ACE 5 3 cr
ACE 7 3 cr
Total Credits 16

Year 2

Semester 3 · Fall
Course Credit Hours
BSAD 222 Professional Enhancement II 1 cr
ACCT 202 Introductory Accounting II 3 cr
ECON 211 or ECON 212 3 cr
ECON 215 Statistics 3 cr
AGRI, AGRO, or ASCI Production Courses 3 cr
BSAD 220 3 cr
Total Credits 16
Semester 4 · Spring
Course Credit Hours
AECN 201 Farm and Ranch Management 4 cr
ACE 9 3 cr
AGRI, AGRO, or ASCI Production courses 3 cr
Electives 2 cr
MRKT 257 or COMM 286 3 cr
Total Credits 15

Year 3

Semester 5 · Fall
Course Credit Hours
MRKT 350 or SCMS 350 3 cr
FINA 361 Finance 3 cr
MRKT 341 Marketing 3 cr
AECN 325 or AECN 225 3 cr
Electives 3 cr
Total Credits 15
Semester 6 · Spring
Course Credit Hours
BSAD 333 Professional Enhancement III 1 cr
SCMS 331 Operations and Supply Chain Management 3 cr
AECN or ALEC Non-production courses (above 200 level) 6 cr
Electives 2 cr
MNGT 301 Intro to Management 3 cr
Total Credits 15

Year 4

Semester 7 · Fall
Course Credit Hours
BSAD 444 Professional Enhancement IV 1 cr
BLAW 371 or BLAW 372 3 cr
AECN or ALEC Non-production courses (above 200 level) 3 cr
CASNR Electives - AECN, AGRI, AGRO 3 cr
Electives (International) MRKT 453 recommended 3 cr
Electives 2 cr
Total Credits 15
Semester 8 · Spring
Course Credit Hours
MNGT 475/875 Business Policies and Strategies 3 cr
BSAD 98 Senior Assessment 0 cr
CASNR Electives - above 200 level 6 cr
Electives 6 cr
Total Credits 15

Notes

Year 1:
Students should not take ACEN 141. It is duplicate credit with ECON 212.
BSAD 111 should be taken the first semester and no later than the second semester.
BSAD 150 should be taken the second semester and does not count towards the 120 hours required for graduation.
Enrollment in MATH 106 is based on results on the Math Placement Exam.
Electives - These can be courses for a minor, major or for personal interest.
ACCT 201 - Can be taken upon completion of 14 hours of UNL credit and MATH 104 or MATH 106 with a C or better and a 2.5 GPA.
ECON 211 or ECON 212 - Can be taken upon completion of 12 credit hours. They are not sequential.
ACE 4, 5, 7, and 9 (non-business requirements) and Electives can be taken in any order.

Year 2:
Sophomore standing = completion of 27 credit hours.
Courses are interchangeable throughout year 2 as long as prerequisites are met.
A 2.5 GPA is required to enroll in ACCT 201, ACCT 202, and ECON 215. Students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA throughout the program.
If 1st and 2nd year required course options are completed, most Year 3 options can be taken as long as prerequisites are met.
Hours for major cannot be taken pass/no pass.

Year 3:
Junior standing = completion of 53 credit hours.
Most courses are interchangeable throughout remaining time at UNL as long as prerequisites are met.
It is strongly recommended that you incorporate required prerequisite courses for your major in the 1st semester of the third year or sooner if prerequisites are met.
Agribusiness majors must include an international business course (IBCR) in their curriculum; most must include business electives as well.
All majors must meet the requirement for 300/400 level course work outside the business core.

Year 4:
Senior standing = completion of 88 credit hours.
MNGT 475 - Prerequisites must be completed to enroll with preference given to seniors graduating the same semester as enrollment.
BSAD 98 - Senior assessment must be completed in your final semester.
A 2.5 GPA is required to apply for graduation.
Residency rule - 30 out of last 36 credit hours must be taken at UNL.
18 hours from major must be taken at the 200 level or above.

PLEASE NOTE

This document represents a sample 4-year plan for degree completion with this major. Actual course selection and sequence may vary and should be discussed individually with your college or department academic adviser. Advisers also can help you plan other experiences to enrich your undergraduate education such as internships, education abroad, undergraduate research, learning communities, and service learning and community-based learning.

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