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Interdisciplinary Agriculture Transfer Pathway

Texas Common Course Numbering System (TCCN)

 

The Department of Agricultural Sciences welcomes all applicants interested in agriculture. Please do not hesitate to contact us with question or need for information. For the most up to date information on current activities, clubs, and faculty contacts please visit our home page at http://www.shsu.edu/agr.                  

Major TCCNS Course

SHSU

 

Major TCCNS Course

SHSU

Interdisciplinary Agriculture

 

 

Degree Specific Requirements

 

AGRI 1131

AGRI 1131

 

CHEM 1305 & 1105

CHEM 1406

AGRI 2303

AGET 2303

 

MATH 1342

MATH 1369

AGRI 2317

AGBU 2317

 

 

 

AGRI 1307

PLSC 1307

 

 

 

AGRI 1319

ANSC 1319

 

 

 

AGRI 1309

AGRI 1309

 

 

 

 

The baccalaureate degree in Interdisciplinary Agriculture components:

  • A maximum of 66 transfer credit hours (“C” or better excluding kinesiology) may be applied to a degree at SHSU. Students should carefully select courses to complete the associate degree while minimizing the number of hours that might exceed the 66-hour cap for transfer credit
  • In addition to the major core above transfer students should complete all or as much as possible of the state mandated 42-hour core curriculum including: Communications; Mathematics; Life & Physical Science; Language, Philosophy and Culture; Social and Behavioral Science; and Component Area Option if available.       Use your institutions 42-hour core as a guide maximizing courses in the above major core which are included in your institutions state mandated core.
  • NOTE: If seeking teaching certification in Agricultural Sciences do not take a Creative or Fine Arts at community college – Instead students need to take PLSC 2399 – Floral Design at SHSU
  • The above courses may generally be used as transfer credit in Agriculture

Department of Agricultural Sciences

dullrich@shsu.edu   936.294.1216

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Student Advising and Mentoring Center: (936) 294-4444

http://www.shsu.edu/centers/sam-center/

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