Agricultural Sciences

Quick Facts

  • Students in a learning community attend two to three classes together each semester;
  • This is not a residential learning community; students in this program are not grouped in the same residence hall;
  • For more information, visit our FAQs page.

The Agricultural Sciences Learning Community is for students from any agriculture major. It allows students to develop a community of students with similar majors and to learn skills and strategies for academic success. In addition to building a foundation for success, students in this cohort develop friendships that last throughout their time at SHSU.

"We are very proud to have facilities that serve as hands-on laboratories for learning technical skills. Not only do our students receive a first-class academic experience but they are also expected to learn by doing," Dr. Stanley Kelley, Chair, Agricultural and Industrial Sciences.

2014-2015 Courses

  • Fall Courses
  • AGRI 1319 and AGRI 1119: Animal Science and Lab
  • HIST 1301: United States History to 1876
  • UNIV 1301: Introduction to Collegiate Studies
  • Spring Courses
  • AGRI 2317: Principles of Agricultural Economics
  • POLS 2301: Principles of American Government - National and State
  • HIST 1302: United States History Since 1876
    UNIV 1301.05 (CRN 22656) - Spring Connections only