College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
Interim Dean • James D. Libbin
Associate Dean and Director of the Cooperative Extension Service • Jon C. Boren
Associate Dean and Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station • David Thompson
Scholarship Coordinator • Lee-Ann Evans
Assistant Director of Student Services • Kristy Mason
The two teacher education options (Agricultural Education Teaching and Advanced Technology Education) in the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education are accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. It is critical that students consult their academic advisor prior to selection of courses for the agriculture, secondary science and teaching endorsements.
Bachelor in Conservation Ecology
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture —Majors in Agricultural Biology, Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business,Agriculture and Community Development, Agricultural and Extension Education,Agronomy, Animal Science, General Agriculture, Horticulture, Natural Resource Economics and Policy, Rangeland Resources, Soil Science, Turfgrass Science and Management, and Wildlife Science. Programs in Preveterinary Medicine and Preforestry
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences —Majors in Clothing, Textiles, and Fashion Merchandising; Family and Child Science; Family and Consumer Sciences Education; and Human Nutrition and Dietetic Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Technology
Bachelor of Science in Genetics
Bachelor of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management
Requirements for Bachelors of Science in Agriculture; Family and Consumer Sciences; Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management; Genetics; and Conservation Ecology
- Constants or courses required of all qualifying for this degree.
- General education requirements.
- Courses to be taken in the particular field of your major interest.
- Free electives sufficient to bring the total number of credits to a minimum of 128 semester credits. Of this total at least 48 semester credits must be in upper-division courses (numbered 300 or above).
- A grade-point average of not less than 2.0.
- All students will have an official degree check on file in the Academic Dean's Office prior to start of senior year.
Typical Curricula in Agriculture
The following suggested curricula are presented for your guidance. With the consent of the head of the department in which you are majoring, you may select electives and changes in a curriculum except in the case of constants.