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Please refer to the Four Year Plan for departmental recommended path towards graduation.
Agricultural and Natural Resources:
A minimum of nine credits from any three different subject area codes, outside the subject area codes of the student’s major, offered by the departments in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The exceptions would be any course that states in the course description that it cannot be used to satisfy the College Breadth requirements, special problems, research, internships, first year experience, seminars, and similar courses.
Minimum of eight credits from CHEM, GEOL, PHYS, or SCEN. See major for specific requirement.
*If a course is used to fulfill two or more requirements, credits are counted only once toward the total credits for graduation.
Second Writing Requirement:
Any three-credit course satisfying the College of Arts and Sciences Second Writing Requirement requirement. Recommended courses:
- Minimum of eight credits of lab science selected from Chemistry, Physics, Geology, or Physical Science.
Students lacking adequate preparation for MATH 242 should begin with MATH 241 . A grade of C- or better required for Core requirements. A maximum of three credits of independent study in Applied Economics and Statistics and a maximum of six credits in all areas, including Applied Economics and Statistics, may be counted toward a degree.
One of the following:
- STAT 611 - Regression Analysis
- STAT 615 - Design and Analysis of Experiments
- APEC 615 - Advanced Prices and Statistics
- STAT 674 - Applied Data Base Management
Area of Application:
This program requires a fifteen-credit area of application outside Statistics. This may be satisfied by completing an approved minor in Advertising, Business Administration, Economics, Resource Economics, Computer Science or Bioinformatics. Minors in Mathematics or Statistical Data Analytics may not be used. This may also be satisfied by completing a second major in Food and Agribusiness Marketing and Management, Actuarial Sciences, Marketing, Management, Economics, Environmental and Resource Economics, Operations Management, or Computer Science. Any other major or minor or selection of 15 credits requires the approval of the Chair.
After required courses are completed, sufficient elective credits must be taken to meet the minimum credit requirement for the degree.
Credits to Total a Minimum of 124
Last Revised for 2018-2019 Academic Year