Interdisciplinary Agriculture, Bachelor of Science

Available: On Campus

The interdisciplinary, or general, agriculture degree is ideal for students who would like a well-rounded agricultural sciences education.

The Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Agriculture is designed to meet the needs of students desiring a program of study in agricultural education or education, ranch and farm production or any of several other fields of study. The program allows for the selection of a minor in special interest areas such as criminal justice, legal studies, community leadership, biology, general business, environmental science and there are many other options. Additionally, the Double Major in Education and Interdisciplinary Agriculture [Agricultural Education] is a popular option.

Student Groups

Students are encouraged to actively participate in professional extracurricular activities. Some of those sponsored by the department include Block and Bridle; Collegiate FFA; Collegiate Farm Bureau; Delta Tau Alpha; Ducks Unlimited; Minorities in Ag, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences; Rodeo Club; and the Wildlife Society.

Careers in Interdisciplinary Agriculture

  • Agricultural Science Teacher
  • AgriLife Extension Agent
  • Agriculture Production [farm and ranch]
  • Community Leadership
  • Agriculture Product Representative and Sales
  • Texas Department of Agriculture
  • United States Department of Agriculture

Or continue your education with a graduate degree.

Program Breakdown

Brief breakdown of the type, or types, of degree(s) available, their length, available enrollment, and estimated cost.
Category Degree Summary
Length 120- 127 Credit Hours
Required Courses Bachelor of Science (BS)
BS: Double Major with Education
Enrollment Fall, Spring, Summer
Tuition/Costs Rates Per Semester

Undergraduate Application Deadlines

  • Fall: August 1
  • Spring: December 15
  • Summer: May 15