Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Agronomy

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College: Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources
Degree Offered: Bachelor of Science in Agronomy
Hours Required: 120
Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.0 for graduation
Minor Available: Yes
Advisor: Dennis McCallister
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Agronomy

COLLEGE: Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources

MAJOR: Agronomy

DEGREE OFFERED: Bachelor of Science in Agronomy

HOURS REQUIRED: 120

MINIMUM CUMULATIVE GPA: 2.0 for graduation

MINOR AVAILABLE: Yes

ADVISOR: Dennis McCallister

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

The following basic courses are required for a BS degree in agronomy. In addition, students must select and meet the requirements of one of the options, depending upon their particular interests and vocational goals. In some cases, students may choose to meet the requirements of a specialization within an option, but this is not required. Students should work with advisors to make sure that the 10 ACE requirements of the University of Nebraska are met.

College Integrative Course3

SCIL 101 Science and Decision-Making for a Complex World3

Agronomy7-11

AGRO 132 Agronomic Plant Science Lab1

AGRO 153 Soil Resources (HORT 153/SOIL 153)4

AGRO 201 Agronomic Internship & Career Preparation1

AGRO 295 Internship in Agronomy1-5

Mathematics and Statistics (beyond college algebra) (ACE 3)5

Includes Mathematics and Statistics: see options

Communications9

Written Communication (ACE 1)3

Select from: ENGL 150, ENGL 151, ENGL 254, JGEN 120, JGEN 200, JGEN 300

Oral Communication (ACE 2)3

Select from: COMM 209, COMM 286, JGEN 300

Communication and Interpersonal Skills3

Select from: ALEC 102, ENGL 150, ENGL 151, ENGL 252, ENGL 253, ENGL 254, COMM 209, COMM 212, COMM 286 (Recommended for Business Option), JGEN 120, JGEN 200, JGEN 300

Natural Sciences11-13

AGRO 131 Plant Science (HORT 131) (3 cr) or Life 120 & Life 120L Fundamentals of Biology I & Lab (4 cr)3-4

AGRO 315 Genetics4

MSYM 109 or PHYS 141 (select for Research Careers option) or PHYS 151 (ACE 4)4-5

Economics, Humanities, and Social Sciences15

ECON 211 or ECON 212 or ECON 200 or AECN 141 (ACE 6)3

ACE Courses12

Select one course each from ACE outcomes 5, 7, 8, and 9 as Humanities and Social Science electives.

Core50-56

Major and Option Requirements and Electives64-70

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation120

Integrated Crop Management Option

The integrated crop management option is designed for students who plan a career in crop consulting or crop technical services. Employment opportunities exist in crop consulting firms, agrichemical and seed companies.

College Capstone Course (ACE 10)3

Select from:

AGRO 405 Crop Management Strategies (3 cr)

AGRO 445 Livestock Management on Range & Pasture (ASCI 451/RNGE 445) (3 cr)

Mathematics and Statistics (beyond college algebra)0

Select from:

MATH 102 Trigonometry (2 cr)

MATH 103 College Algebra & Trigonometry (5 cr) (only 2 cr apply to requirement)

MATH 104 Applied Calculus (3 cr)

MATH 106 Calculus I (5 cr)

STAT 218 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)

Plant and Soil Management22

AGRO 204 Resource Efficient Crop Management3

AGRO 240 Forage Crop & Pasture Management (RNGE 240)3

AGRO 269 Principles of Soil Management (SOIL 269)3

AGRO 366 Soil Nutrient Relationships (SOIL 366)4

AGRO 431 Site-Specific Crop Management (AGEN 431/MSYM 431)3

Select from:6

MSYM 354 Soil Conservation & Watershed Management (SOIL 354/WATS 354) (3 cr)

MSYM 452 Irrigation Systems Management (HORT 452/WATS 452) (3 cr)

HORT 352 Production & Physiology of Horticultural Crops (2 cr)

HORT 353 Vegetable Crop Production Lab (2 cr)

HORT 354 Fruit Production Lab (2 cr)

HORT 355 Perennial, Pot & Bedding Plant Production Lab (2 cr)

HORT 462 Nursery Management & Crop Production (4 cr)

NRES 208 Applied Climate Sciences (3 cr)

NRES 417 Agroforestry Systems in Sustainable Agriculture (HORT 418) (3 cr)

TLMT 227 Introductory Turfgrass Management (AGRO 227/HORT 227/PGAM 227) (3 cr)

2nd Capstone–see list above

Crop Protection9

AGRO 426 Invasive Plants (HORT 426/NRES 426)3

ENTO 308 Management of Field Crop Insects3

PLPT 369 Introductory Plant Pathology (BIOS 369)3

Ecology6

Select two courses from:

NRES 220 Principles of Ecology (BIOS 220) (3 cr)

AGRO 435 Agroecology (HORT 435/NRES 435) (3 cr)

AGRO 440 Great Plains Ecosystem (NRES 440/RNGE 440) (3 cr)

Natural Science16

Select one sequence from: (ACE 4)8

CHEM 105 & CHEM 106 Chemistry in Context I & II (8 cr)

CHEM 109 & CHEM 110 General Chemistry I & II (8 cr)

BIOS 109 General Botany4

AGRO 325 Introductory Plant Physiology4

Business and Economics6-7

AECN 201 Farm & Ranch Management (4 cr) or AECN 316 Agribusiness Management (3 cr)3-4

AECN 325 Marketing of Agricultural Commodities (MRKT 325) (3 cr) or HORT 488 Business Management for Agricultural Enterprises (ABUS 488/AGRO 488/EAEP 488/ENTR 488) (3 cr)3

Core Total50-56

Option Total63-64

Free Electives0-7

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation120

Business Option

The option prepares students for management, sales, public relations, finance, credit, and marketing organizations serving agriculture. Employment opportunities exist in fertilizer, seed, grain, credit, banking, farm management and regulatory organizations.

Students interested in pursuing a minor in Business Administration should select the following in consultation with their advisor: ECON 200 (ACE 6); and ACCT 200 (Business electives), BLAW 300 (Law), FINA 300 (Finance), MNGT 300 (Management), and MRKT 300 (Marketing) from the areas below.

Students interested in pursuing the 18 credit Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Minor should select EAEP 101 as a free elective; EAEP 225 (Marketing); AGRO 275 (Finance); MNGT 322 (Management), AGRO 488 (ACE 10/capstone); and EAEP 388 and EAEP 395 as Agricultural Economics, Entrepreneurship and Leadership electives. A 12 credit Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship minor consisting of courses only at the 300 or 400 level is also available. See the Undergraduate Bulletin for details.

College Capstone Course (ACE 10)3

Select from:

AGRO 488 Business Management for Agricultural Enterprises (HORT 488/ABUS 488/EAEP 488/ENTR 488) (recommended) (3 cr)

AGRO 405 Crop Management Strategies (3 cr)

AGRO 445 Livestock Management on Range & Pasture (ASCI 451/RNGE 445) (3 cr)

AECN 435 Advanced Agricultural Marketing Management (3 cr)

Mathematics and Statistics (beyond college algebra)0

Select from:

MATH 102 Trigonometry (2 cr)

MATH 103 College Algebra & Trigonometry (5 cr) (only 2 cr apply to requirement)

MATH 104 Applied Calculus (3 cr)

MATH 106 Calculus I (5 cr)

STAT 218 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)

NOTE: Some business courses require MATH 104

Plant and Soil Management19

AGRO 204 Resource-Efficient Crop Management3

AGRO 240 Forage Crop & Pasture Management (RNGE 240)3

AGRO 269 Principles of Soil Management (SOIL 269)3

AGRO 366 Soil Nutrient Relationships (SOIL 366)4

Select from:6

AGRO 431 Site Specific Crop Management (AGEN 431/MSYM 431) (3 cr)

MSYM 354 Soil Conservation & Watershed Management (SOIL 354/WATS 354) (3 cr)

MSYM 452 Irrigation Systems Management (HORT 452/WATS 452) (3 cr)

ASCI 250 Animal Management (3 cr)

HORT 352 Production & Physiology of Horticultural Crops (2 cr)

HORT 353 Vegetable Crop Production Lab (2 cr)

HORT 354 Fruit Production Lab (2 cr)

HORT 355 Perennial, Pot & Bedding Plant Production Lab (2 cr)

HORT 462 Nursery Management & Crop Production (3 cr)

NRES 208 Applied Climate Sciences (3 cr)

NRES 417 Agroforestry Systems in Sustainable Agriculture (HORT 418) (3 cr)

2nd Capstone–see list above

Crop Protection3

Select one of the following:

AGRO 426 Invasive Plants (HORT 426/NRES 426) (3 cr)

ENTO 308 Management of Field Crop Insects (3 cr)

PLPT 369 Introductory Plant Pathology (BIOS 369) (3 cr)

Natural Science (ACE 4)14-16

Select one sequence from: 8

CHEM 105 & CHEM 106 Chemistry in Context I & II (8 cr)

CHEM 109 & CHEM 110 General Chemistry I & II (8 cr)

Select two courses:6-8

AGRO 325 Introductory Plant Physiology (4 cr)

AGRO 435 Agroecology (HORT 435/NRES 435) (3 cr)

AGRO 440 Great Plains Ecosystem (NRES 440/RNGE 440) (3 cr)

BIOS 109 General Botany (4 cr)

NRES 220 Principles of Ecology (BIOS 220) (3 cr)

Business & Economics (Select one course in each category)12-13

Management (Select one course)3-4

AECN 201 Farm & Ranch Management (4 cr)

AECN 301 Farm Accounting, Analysis & Tax Management (3 cr)

MNGT 300 Management Essentials for Contemporary Organizations (3 cr)

MNGT 322 Family Business (ENTR 322) (3 cr)

Law (Select one course)3

AECN 256 Legal Aspects in Agriculture (3 cr)

AECN 357 Natural Resource & Environmental Law (NREE 357) (3 cr)

AECN 457 Water Law (NREE 457/WATS 457) (3 cr)

BLAW 300 Business, Government, & Society (3 cr)

Finance (Select one course)3

AECN 452 Agricultural Finance (3 cr)

FINA 361 Finance (3 cr) (NOTE: Must meet Business Qualified prerequisites.)

FINA 365 Financial Institutions (ECON 365) (3 cr)

HORT 275 Agribusiness Entrepreneurial Finance (AECN 275/AGRO 275/EAEP 275/ENTR 275) (3 cr)

FINA 300 Financial Decision Making (3 cr)

Marketing (Select one course)3

AECN 225 Agribusiness Entrepreneurship in Food Products Marketing (EAEP 225/MRKT 225) (3 cr)

AECN 325 Marketing of Agricultural Commodities (MRKT 325) (3 cr)

AECN 425 Agricultural Marketing in a Multinational Environment (3 cr)

MRKT 300 Contemporary Marketing (3 cr)

Business Electives6-7

Courses in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics (except ECON 210, ECON 211, ECON 212), Finance, Management, or Marketing

Agricultural Economics, Entrepreneurship & Leadership Electives6

AECN courses (except AECN 141 and AECN 388 or ENTR courses) or ALEC 202 or ALEC 302.

Core Total50-56

Option Total64-68

Free Electives0-6

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation120

NOTE: Some course choices may result in the student taking more than the minimum of 120 credits.

Crop Production Option

The crop production option is designed for students who plan to be directly involved in or manage a farming operation.

College Capstone Course (ACE 10)3

Select from:

AGRO 405 Crop Management Strategies (3 cr)

AGRO 445 Livestock Management on Range & Pasture (ASCI 451/RNGE 445) (3 cr)

HORT 488 Business Management for Agricultural Enterprises (ABUS 488/AGRO 488/EAEP 488/ENTR 488) (3 cr)

Mathematics and Statistics (beyond college algebra)0

Select from:

MATH 102 Trigonometry (2 cr)

MATH 103 College Algebra & Trigonometry (5 cr) (only 2 cr apply to requirement)

MATH 104 Applied Calculus (3 cr)

MATH 106 Calculus I (5 cr)

STAT 218 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)

Plant, Soil & Animal Management22

AGRO 204 Resource-Efficient Crop Management3

AGRO 240 Forage Crop & Pasture Management (RNGE 240)3

AGRO 269 Principles of Soil Management (SOIL 269)3

AGRO 366 Soil Nutrient Relationships (SOIL 366)4

Select from:9

AGRO 431 Site-Specific Crop Management (AGEN 431/MSYM 431) (3 cr)

ASCI 250 Animal Management (3 cr)

HORT 352 Production & Physiology of Horticultural Crops (2 cr)

HORT 353 Vegetable Crop Production Lab (2 cr)

HORT 354 Fruit Production Lab (2 cr)

HORT 462 Nursery Management & Crop Production (4 cr)

MSYM 354 Soil Conservation & Watershed Management (SOIL 354/WATS 354) (3 cr)

HORT 355 Perennial, Pot & Bedding Plant Production Lab (2 cr)

MSYM 452 Irrigation Systems Management (HORT 452/WATS 452) (3 cr)

NRES 208 Applied Climate Sciences (3 cr)

NRES 417 Agroforestry Systems in Sustainable Agriculture (HORT 418) (3 cr)

2nd Capstone–see list above

Crop Protection9

AGRO 426 Invasive Plants (HORT 426/NRES 426)3

ENTO 308 Management of Field Crop Insects3

PLPT 369 Introductory Plant Pathology (BIOS 369)3

Natural Science (ACE 4)17-19

Select one sequence from: (ACE 4)8

CHEM 105 & CHEM 106 Chemistry in Context I & II (8 cr)

CHEM 109 & CHEM 110 General Chemistry I & II (8 cr)

Select three courses:9-11

AGRO 325 Introductory Plant Physiology (4 cr)

AGRO 435 Agroecology (HORT 435/NRES 435) (3 cr)

AGRO 440 Great Plains Ecosystem (NRES 440/RNGE 440) (3 cr)

BIOS 109 General Botany (4 cr)

NRES 220 Principles of Ecology (BIOS 220) (3 cr)

Business & Economics10

AECN 201 Farm & Ranch Management4

AECN 301 Farm Accounting, Analysis & Tax Management3

AECN 325 Marketing of Agricultural Commodities (MRKT 325)3

Core Total50-56

Options Total62-64

Free Electives0-8

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation120

Soil Science Option

The soil science option prepares students for careers in technical, scientific, or industrial soil science. Possible careers include soil conservation, remediation of contaminated soils, and management of soil-crop interactions in private industry, government and universities.

College Capstone Course (ACE 10)3

Select from:

AGRO 405 Crop Management Strategies (3 cr)

SOIL 475 Water Quality Strategy (AGRO 475/CIVE 475/CRPL 475/GEOL 475/MSYM 475/POLS 475/NRES 475/SOCI 475/WATS 475) (3 cr)

Mathematics and Statistics (beyond college algebra)0

Select from:

MATH 102 Trigonometry (2 cr)

MATH 103 College Algebra & Trigonometry (5 cr) (only 2 cr apply to requirement)

MATH 104 Applied Calculus (3 cr)

MATH 106 Calculus I (5 cr)

STAT 218 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)

Agronomy9

AGRO 204 Resource-Efficient Crop Management3

AGRO 240 Forage Crop & Pasture Management (RNGE 240)3

AGRO 426 Invasive Plants (HORT 426/NRES 426)3

Soil, Plant Nutrition & Ecology20

NRES 220 Principles of Ecology (BIOS 220) or AGRO 440 Great Plains Ecosystem (NRES 440/RNGE 440)3

SOIL 269 Principles of Soil Management (AGRO 269)3

SOIL 354 Soil Conservation & Watershed Management (MSYM 354/WATS 354)3

SOIL 361 Soils, Environment & Water Quality (AGRO 361/GEOL 361/NRES 361/WATS 361)3

SOIL 366 Soil Nutrient Relationships (AGRO 366)4

SOIL 477 Great Plains Field Pedology (AGRO 477/GEOG 467/NRES 477)4

Natural Sciences (ACE 4)8

CHEM 109 General Chemistry I4

CHEM 110 General Chemistry II4

Supporting course work12

A minimum of 12 credit hours must be taken from the following lists:

Recommended for students interested in a career in Site-Specific Crop Management

AGRO 431 Site-Specific Crop Management (MSYM 431) (3 cr)

NRES 312 Introduction to Geospatial Information Sciences (GEOG 312) (3 cr)

NRES 412 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GEOG 412) (4 cr)

NRES 418 Introduction to Remote Sensing (GEOG 418) (4 cr)

NRES 420 Applications of Remote Sensing in Agriculture & Natural Resources (AGRO 419/GEOG 419/GEOL 419) (4 cr)

Recommended for students interested in Advanced Study in Soil Science

SOIL 455 Soil Chemistry & Mineralogy (AGRO 455/NRES 455) (3 cr)

SOIL 460 Soil Microbiology (AGRO 460/BIOS 447/NRES 460) (3 cr)

SOIL 461 Soil Physics (AGRO 461/GEOL 461/NRES 461/WATS 461) (3 cr)

SOIL 453 Urban Soil Properties & Management (AGRO 453/HORT 453/LARC 453) (3 cr)

Core Total50-56

Option Total53

Free Electives11-17

Other suggested courses:

ASCI 250 Animal Management (3 cr)

GEOG 420 Digital Image Analysis of Remote Sensing Data (4 cr)

GEOL 101 Physical Geology (4 cr)

NRES 281 Introduction to Water Science (GEOG 281/WATS 281) (3 cr)

NRES 323 Natural Resources Policy (3 cr)

NRES 353 Hydrology (3 cr)

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation120

Research Careers Option

The research careers option emphasizes basic sciences as they relate to agronomy in order to prepare students for graduate studies. This option is the first step in preparing for careers in research, teaching, or extension in academia or the private sector.

College Capstone Course (ACE 10)3

Select one course from:

AGRO 405 Crop Management Strategies (3 cr)

AGRO 445 Livestock Management on Range & Pasture (ASCI 451/RNGE 445) (3 cr)

HORT 488 Business Management for Agricultural Enterprises (ABUS 488/AGRO 488/EAEP 488/ENTR 488) (3 cr)

SOIL 475 Water Quality Strategy (AGRO 475/CIVE 475/CRPL 475/GEOL 475/MSYM 475/NRES 475/POLS 475/SOCI 475/WATS 475) (3 cr)

Plant Soil & Pest Management15-17

Select five courses from:

AGRO 204 Resource-Efficient Crop Management (3 cr)

AGRO 240 Forage Crop & Pasture Management (RNGE 240) (3 cr)

AGRO 269 Principles of Soil Management (SOIL 269) (3 cr)

AGRO 366 Soil Nutrient Relationships (SOIL 366) (4 cr)

AGRO 426 Invasive Plants (HORT 426/NRES 426) (3 cr)

ENTO 308 Management of Field Crop Insects (3 cr)

PLPT 369 Introductory Plant Pathology (BIOS 369) (3 cr)

Mathematics & Analytical Skills (above minimum listed in core)0-1

Select one from:

MATH 106 Calculus I (recommended) (5 cr)

MATH 104 Applied Calculus (3 cr) & STAT 218 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)

Natural Science (ACE 4)31

AGRO 325 Introductory Plant Physiology4

CHEM 109 & CHEM 110 General Chemistry I & II8

CHEM 251 & CHEM 253 Organic Chemistry I & Lab I (4 cr) or CHEM 255 & CHEM 257 Biological Organic Chemistry & Lab (4 cr)4

BIOC 321 Elements of Biochemistry3

Select PHYS 141 in core0

PHYS 142 Elementary General Physics II5

BIOS 109 General Botany (4 cr) or LIFE 121 & LIFE 121L Fundamentals of Biology II & Lab II (4 cr)4

NRES 220 Principles of Ecology (BIOS 220) or AGRO 440 Great Plains Ecosystem (NRES 440/RNGE 440)3

Electives9

A minimum of 9 credit hours must be taken from the following lists.

Recommended for students interested in Crop Improvement

AGRO 411 Crop Genetic Engineering (2 cr)

AGRO 412 Crop & Weed Genetics (1 cr)

BIOS 312 Microbiology (3 cr)

BIOS 425 Plant Biotechnology (3 cr)

Recommended for students in Integrated Grain/Forage Crop Management

AGRO 340 Range Management & Improvement (RNGE 340) (3 cr)

AGRO 405 Crop Management Strategies (3 cr)

AGRO 431 Site-Specific Crop Management (AGEN 431/MSYM 431) (3 cr)

AGRO 436 Agroecosystems Analysis (HORT 436) (3 cr)

AGRO 426 Invasive Plants (HORT 426/NRES 426) (3 cr)

AGRO 445 Livestock Management on Range & Pasture (ASCI 451/RNGE 445) (3 cr)

ASCI 250 Animal Management (3 cr)

ASCI 320 Animal Nutrition & Feeding (3 cr)

Recommended courses for students interested in Soil Science

AGRO 453 Urban Soil Properties & Management (HORT 453/LARC 453/SOIL 453) (3 cr)

AGRO 455 Soil Chemistry & Mineralogy (NRES 455/SOIL 455) (3 cr)

AGRO 460 Soil Microbiology (BIOS 447/NRES 460/SOIL 460) (3 cr)

AGRO 461 Soil Physics (GEOL 461/NRES 461/SOIL 461/WATS 461) (3 cr)

AGRO 477 Great Plains Field Pedology (GEOG 467/NRES 477/SOIL 477) (4 cr)

Core Total50-56

Option Total58-61

Free Electives3-12

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation120

Organic Option

The organic farming option prepares students for careers in practical farming, technical, scientific, academic or private employment. Learning in production practices and marketing prepares students for involvement in farming, crop advising, organic certification, specialty marketing, farm and landscape planning, and community and rural development.

College Capstone Course (ACE 10)3

Select one from:

AGRO 405 Crop Management Strategies (3 cr)

AGRO 436 Agroecosystems Analysis (HORT 436) (3 cr)

NOTE: AGRO 436 is not currently ACE certified. Choice of this course will require selection of another course to meet ACE 10.

AGRO 445 Livestock Management on Range & Pasture (ASCI 451/RNGE 445) (3 cr)

Mathematics and Statistics (beyond college algebra)0

Select from:

MATH 102 Trigonometry (2 cr)

MATH 103 College Algebra & Trigonometry (5 cr) (only 2 cr apply to requirement)

MATH 104 Applied Calculus (3 cr)

MATH 106 Calculus I (5 cr)

STAT 218 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)

Plant and Soil Management15

AGRO 204 Resource-Efficient Crop Management3

AGRO 269 Principles of Soil Management (SOIL 269)3

AGRO 366 Soil Nutrient Relationships (SOIL 366)4

AGRO 439 Organic Farming & Food Systems (HORT 439)3

HORT 352 Production & Physiology of Horticultural Crops2

Crop Protection9

AGRO 426 Invasive Plants (HORT 426/NRES 426)3

ENTO 308 Management of Field Crop Insects3

PLPT 369 Introductory Plant Pathology (BIOS 369)3

Ecology6

NRES 220 Principles of Ecology (BIOS 220)3

AGRO 435 Agroecology (HORT 435/NRES 435)3

Natural Science16

AGRO 325 Introductory Plant Physiology4

BIOS 109 General Botany4

Select one sequence from: (ACE 4)8

CHEM 105 & CHEM 106 Chemistry in Context I & II (8 cr)

CHEM 109 & CHEM 110 General Chemistry I & II (8 cr)

Business and Economics9

AECN 316 Agribusiness Management3

AECN 325 Marketing of Agricultural Commodities (MRKT 325)3

HORT 488 Business Management for Agricultural Enterprises (ABUS 488/AGRO 488/EAEP 488/ENTR 488)3

Core Total50-56

Option Total58

Free Electives6-12

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation120

REQUIREMENTS FOR MINOR OFFERED BY DEPARTMENT

Agronomy Minor

Requirements for the minor include a minimum of 18 credit hours of course work, including at least 6 hours at the 300 level or above. A total of no more than 3 hours of credit in AGRO 496 and AGRO 295 can be applied to the minor.

Students who wish to minor in agronomy must first be assigned an advisor by the Department of Agronomy. The students program must be approved by the minor advisor with copies of the approved program sent to the University Registrar and the dean of the students college.

Core Courses8

AGRO 131 Plant Science (HORT 131)3

AGRO 132 Agronomic Plant Science Lab1

AGRO 153 Soil Resources (HORT 153/SOIL 153)4

Additional Courses10

Select from: AGRO 204, AGRO 240 (RNGE), AGRO 269 (SOIL), AGRO 295 (RNGE, SOIL), AGRO 366 (SOIL), AGRO 405, AGRO 408 (GEOG, HORT, METR, WATS), AGRO 426 (HORT, NRES), AGRO 431 (AGEN, MSYM), AGRO 435 (HORT, NRES), AGRO 496 (RNGE, SOIL)