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Integrated Agribusiness (B.S.)/Business Administration (M.B.A.) Degree Plan

(150 semester credit hours)

Academic Major
Courses Hours
Accounting 6301 3
Agricultural Economics 3330, 3331, 4317, 4335 12
Agricultural Economics 4305, 4306, or 4351 (choose two) 6
Agricultural Economics 4342 or Management 2331 3
Animal Science 1319 3
Animal Science 3320, 4181 4
Animal Science 3443, 3449, 4344 (choose two) 7-8

Animal Science 4342, 4343, 4345

Business 6302 3
Economics 6311 3
Finance 3361, 6301 6
Management 6301, 6303, 6311, 6312, 6313 15
Marketing 6301 3
Major Support Courses
Courses Hours
Agricultural Economics 2317 3
Animal Science 1309 or Business Computer Information Systems 1305 3
Food Science 1329 3

General Studies 1181

Mathematics 1314, 1324, 1342 3
Range and Wildlife Management 3331 3
Core Curriculum
Courses Hours
Core Curriculum. Students should be aware that some majors specify particular courses to meet core-curriculum requirements when options are available. 42
Minor (Business Administration)
Courses Hours
Accounting 2301, 2302 6
Business 3301 3
Economics 2301 3
Management 3301 3
Marketing 3321 3
Courses Hours
Electives 11-12

Students interested in the Integrated B.S. in Agribusiness/M.B.A. in Business Administration will be required to complete a minimum of 150 semester credit hours of degree credit. Of this total, 120 semester credit hours will be at the undergraduate level and 30 semester credit hours will be at the graduate level. A unique feature of the five-year program is that students will begin taking graduate course work in their senior year. All candidates for this program are required to take the GMAT and be admitted to the Graduate Program before taking any graduate credit hours. The student must maintain a cumulative 3.00 in all undergraduate courses and a cumulative 3.00 in all graduate courses. Another unique feature of this program will be the awarding of the B.S. in Agribusiness and M.B.A in Business Administration degrees simultaneously at the completion of the program. Therefore, a student will not be awarded the B.S. in Agribusiness after completing 120 semester credit hours at the undergraduate level until the completion of the 30 semester credit hours at the graduate level in the M.B.A. in Business Administration. Should a student decide not to finish the M.B.A. portion of the program, then this student would be required to complete all of the course requirements to finish the B.S. in Agribusiness as a separate degree.

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