Agricultural Business and Economics, A.S.

Length: Four Semesters

The AS degree in Agricultural Business and Economics is designed for persons who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a baccalaureate degree in an agricultural field. This guide is based on the requirements needed to pursue this degree at Auburn University.

 

NOTES

You must complete a sequence of literature OR a sequence of history, ( i.e. you either need to take two literature classes and one history OR two history classes and one literature class).  Literature and history classes do not have to taken in sequence; in other words, the lower number class does not have to be taken first.

  • If the literature sequence is not chosen, the students must choose 6 SH of Humanities electives from the following programs: ART, MUS, REL, PHL, THR, or Foreign Language.
  • If the history sequence is not chosen, the students must choose 6 SH of Social Science electives from the following programs: ANT, ECO, GEO, POL, PSY or SOC. 

* Placement in MTH112 is based on test scores. See your adviser to determine which math class you need to take. If you did not place into MTH112, ask your adviser to help you develop a modified academic map.

* Placement in ENG101 is based on test scores. See your adviser to determine which English you need to take. If you did not place into ENG101, ask your adviser help you develop a modified academic map.

* Consult the transfer institution or the STARS templates at www.coastalalabama.edu for additional information about degree requirements.  Also, see an academic adviser for assistance.

First Semester

Item #
Title
Credits
Humanities and Fine Arts Elective  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
16

Second Semester

Item #
Title
Credits
PED Elective (1 SH)  +
1
Sub-Total Credits
17

Third Semester

Item #
Title
Credits
Literature Sequence  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
16

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Fourth Semester

Item #
Title
Credits
Literature Sequence  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
12
Total credits:
61

Overview

Program

Type

A.S.