Select nine hours of AAEC electives (six hours must be at the 3000 level or higher)
Area of Specialization
AAEC advisor must approve area of specialization courses and the student must file an area of specialization form with the AAEC undergraduate office. Students should consider minors or double majors. At least nine hours must be at the 3000 level or higher (unless noted otherwise for a minor in another academic department). Students majoring in Agribusiness are not eligible to minor in any of the AAEC minors.6
Select credits needed to complete 120 hours
Pathways to General Education
Some Pathways courses may also fulfill departmental requirements, but the credit hours may not be counted twice.
Some courses required for this major have pre-/co-requisites and/or enrollment requirements. Please refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog or consult your advisor for information about pre-/co-requisites and enrollment requirements.
Or BIT 2406 Introduction to Business Statistics, Analytics, and Modeling, or STAT 3006 Statistical Methods, or STAT 3616 Biological Statistics
Or take MATH 1225 Calculus of a Single Variable-MATH 1226 Calculus of a Single Variable. Students considering graduate school in applied economics are encouraged to take MATH 1225 Calculus of a Single Variable-MATH 1226 Calculus of a Single Variable.
Or STAT 3005 Statistical Methods or BIT 2405 Introduction to Business Statistics, Analytics, and Modeling
Program Total Hours
120 credit hours required for graduation with this degree.The total number of credit hours may vary depending upon whether Pathways courses are used to meet specific requirements.
Foreign Language Requirement
Students who do not successfully complete at least two units of a single foreign language, classical language or American Sign Language during high school must successfully complete six semester hours of a single college level foreign or classical language at the college level. Such semester hours are in addition to those normally required for graduation. Please see the Undergraduate Catalog for details. GPA: In major calculation is from all AAEC and ECON classes taken. An overall GPA of at least 2.0 is required to meet the University’s minimum standard for good academic standing. Overall and in-major GPA’s of at least 2.00 are required for graduation.
By the end of the academic year in which the student has attempted 72 hours (including transfer, advanced placement, advanced standing and credit by examination), “satisfactory progress” will consist of
an overall GPA of at least 2.0;
at least 30 credits that apply to the Pathways to General Education, and