Students enrolling in programs leading to a baccalaureate degree in agriculture are offered a variety of career fields. The general agricultural program will provide the foundation courses for the freshman and sophomore years.
Career Opportunities: Employment for graduates includes owning a farm business, the private sector of agriculture business, and a wide range of public employment.
Requirements for Graduation
In order to earn an Associate of Arts Degree in Agriculture with a General Agriculture Major, a student must complete a minimum of 65 credit-hours of required and elective course work.
Note: AGRL 111 replaces WVUe 191 as a first-semester requirement.
- ENGL 101 Composition and Rhetoric
- BIOL 101 General Biology
- BIOL 103 General Biology Laboratory
- MATH 126 College Algebra
- AGEE 103 Basics of Agricultural Mechanization
- GEC Elective (Recommend ARE 150) (4 or 6)
- AGRL 111 Professions in Agriculture (eq. WVUe 191)
- BIOL 102 General Biology
- BIOL 104 General Biology Laboratory
- AGRL/ FOR/ HORT Elective (Recommend ANPR 338)
- GEC Elective
- AGRL/FOR/HORT Elective
- ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric
- AGRL 112 Professions in Agriculture
First Semester CHEM 111 Survey of Chemistry
- PLSC 206 Principles of Plant Science
- GEC Elective (Recommend AGEE 101)
- AGRL/ FOR/ HORT Elective (Recommend AGEE 110)
- AGRL/ FOR/ HORT Elective (Recommend AGEE 203)
- CHEM 112 Survey of Chemistry
- AGRN 202 Principles of Soil Science
- AGRN 203 Principles of Soil Science Laboratory
- A&VS 251 Principles of Animal Science
- GEC Elective
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Last updated November 29, 2017