Agricultural Institute - Agribusiness Management (AAS): Horticulture Concentration (11AGBAAS-11AGBABH)-No New Admits after Fall 2014

Semester Display Effective Date: 
Sat, 2011-01-01

 

FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester Credit   Spring Semester Credit

AGI 101 Intro to AG Institute
WRT 111 Expository WritingE,1
MAA 102 Mathematics in Agriculture & Related Sciences2
ARE 201 Intro to Ag. & Res. Econ.C
or
HS 111 Plant ID
HS 115 Plant Growth and Development 
 

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WRT 114 Professional Writing, Research & ReportingE,1
MA 103 Topics in Contemporary MathA
ARE 132 Management of Personnel
or
ARE 115 Agribusiness Accounting
ENT 163 Ornamental & Turf Insects
HES_*** Health & Exercise Studies CourseD

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SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester Credit   Spring Semester Credit

SOC 203 Current Social Programs
SOC 112 Principles of Soil Science
ARE 112 Agric. and Agribus. Marketing
OR
ARE 1** ARE Elective3
******Restricted 100 Level Elective2

 

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ARE 104 Agricultural Business Mgmt
ARE 106 Agribusiness Law
ARE 133 Ag. & Environ. Policy
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ARE 1** ARE Elective3
******Restricted 100 Level Elective2
HES***Health and Excercise StudiesD

 

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Minimum Credit Hours Required for Graduation*:  64  
 
 Footnotes:        
 

Major/Program Footnotes:
WRT 111 and WRT 114 must be completed with a C-minus or higher grade for transfer to an NC State baccalaureate program..
2  MAA 102 must be completed with a C- minus or higher grade.
3  ARE 112 or ARE 133 are required. If ARE 112 is taken, student must take the ARE elective during the second year spring. If ARE 133 is taken, student must take the ARE elective during second year fall.
4  See Degree Audit for Horticulture Concentration requirements.

* General Education Program (GEP) requirements and GEP Footnotes:
To complete the requirement for graduation and the General Education Program, the following category credit hours must be satisfied. University approved GEP course lists for each of the following categories can be found at
http://oucc.ncsu.edu/gep-courses.

A.  Mathematical Sciences (3 credit hours) MA 103 fulfills the 3 credits of Mathematical Sciences.
B.  Humanities/Fine Arts (3 credit hours)
    Choose from the University approved GEP Humanities or Fine Arts course list
C.  Social Sciences (6 credit hours) ARE 201 and SOC 203 fulfill 6 credits of Social Science GEP.
D.  Health and Exercise Studies (1 credit hour)
    Choose from the University approved GEP Health & Exercise Studies course list
E. Introduction to Writing (6 credit hours satisfied to by completing WRT 111 and WRT 114)