Dec 05, 2022  
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2018-19 Undergraduate Bulletin Archived

General Agriculture, Agricultural Development Production, B.S.A.G.

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Agricultural development is a course of study designed to prepare the student for a career in teaching, extension or with agricultural service agencies whose purpose is to disseminate information related to the industry of agriculture. Special emphasis will be placed on communication skills and effective teaching strategies.

1. Core Curriculum (42 Hours)

*Six credits of science counted in core; two credits counted in major

A. Communication (6 hours)

B. Mathematics (3 hours)

C. Natural Sciences (6 hours)

D. Language, Philosophy and Culture (3 hours)

E. Creative Arts (3 hours)

F. American History (6 hours)

G. Government/Political Science (6 hours)

H. Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 hours)

I. Component Area Option (6 hours)

2. Major course requirements

are listed under course requirements for each major. Twenty-one hours must be advanced with 12 advanced being completed at SFA.

3. Enough additional hours

to total 120. This total shall include a minimum of 42 hours of residence credit of which 36 must be advanced.

4. Students must meet minimum standards

related to student success initiatives mandated in legislation. Maintenance of a C average in coursework completed at SFA and coursework completed at SFA in the major and minor fields considered separately.

5. A grade of at least C

in each freshman English course; a C average at SFA; a C average in major courses taken at SFA; a C average in minor courses taken at SFA. These required averages are based on those courses in each category that are included in the student’s official degree plan.

Major Requirements

Refer to the teacher certification requirements in this bulletin (located in the James I. Perkins College of Education  section) for teaching options. Additional requirements for the degree include:

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