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B.S. Major Requirements:

 
UNITS
English Composition Requirement
4-8
See College requirement, must include Communications 1.
Core Courses
24-26
Plant Sciences 15 4
Community and Regional Development 20 4
Plant Sciences 150 4
Agricultural and Resource Economics 121 4
Plant Sciences 190 2-4
Environmental Science and Policy 191A, 191B 6
Internship Requirement
12
Students must complete at least 12 units of internship, eight of which must be completed off campus.
Applied Production
6-9
Select 1 course from: Plant Sciences 49, Plant Pathology 40, Viticulture and Enology 101A, 101B, 101C, Environmental Horticulture 120, Plant Science 131 2-3
Select 1 course from: Animal Science 49A-J, Animal Science 41L 2-3
Select 1 course from: Applied Biological Systems Technology 49, 52, 101, 142 2-3
Track I: Agriculture and Ecology
Focuses on crop and animal production systems, ecology, and practices that mitigate negative impacts while producing environmental and social benefits.
Track I Adviser. W. Horwath, Ph.D.
Preparatory Subject Matter
60-61
Mathematics 16A, 16B 6
Plant Sciences 120 or Statistics 100 4
Chemistry 2A, 2B 10
Physics 1A 3
Biological Sciences 2A, 2B 10
Plant Sciences 2 4
Animal Sciences 1 or 2 4
Food Science 1 3
Economics 1A 4
Community and Regional Development 1 4
Select one course from: Philosophy 14, 15, 24 4
Select one course from: Anthropology 2, Political Science 4, Sociology 1, Sociology 3 4-5
Depth Subject Matter
34-38
Agricultural and Resource Economics 120 or 147 3-4
Environmental Science and Policy 161 or 169 3-4
Soil Science 100 or Soil Science 109 4-5
Select one course from: Animal Science 129, Environmental Horticulture 160 or, Environmental Science and Policy 100, Evolution and Ecology 101, Plant Sciences 105, 142, Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology 154 4-5
Additional upper-division restricted electives chosen in consultation with the track faculty adviser 20
Track II: Food and Society  
Focuses on issues related to the social, cultural, political and community development aspects of agriculture and food systems.
Track II Adviser. R. Galt, Ph.D.
Preparatory Subject Matter
57-64
Philosophy 5 or 31 4
Select one course from: Philosophy 14, 15, 24 4
Sociology 46B or Statistics 13 4
Select at least one course from: Community and Regional Development 151, Applied Biological Systems Technology 180, Landscape Architecture 150, Statistics 103, Sociology 106 3-6
Chemistry 2A 5
Biological Sciences 2A or 10 5
Plant Sciences 2 4
Select one course from: Evolution and Ecology 2 or Biological Sciences 2B or Environmental Science and Policy 1 or 30 or Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology 10 or 11 3-5
Food Science 1 3
Soil Science 10 3
Economics 1A 4
Political Science 4 4
Select one course from: Anthropology 2, Sociology 1, Sociology 3 4-5
Community and Regional Development 1, 2 8
Depth Subject Matter
43-44
Agricultural and Resource Economics 112 or 150 4
Select 1 course from: Agricultural and Resource Economics 147, 176, Environmental Science and Policy 160, 161, 169, 172, 179 3-4
Choose 12 units from: Anthropology 101, 102, Community and Regional Development 142, 152, Sociology 139, 144, 145A, 145B 12
Select 1 course from: American Studies 101C, 155, History 172 or Philosophy 109 4
Additional upper-division restricted electives chosen in consultation with the track faculty adviser 20
Track III: Economics and Policy  
Focuses on issues related to agricultural and resource economics, policy and management.
Track III Adviser. T. Tomich, Ph.D.
Preparatory Subject Matter
60-64
Mathematics 16A, 16B 6
Sociology 46B or Statistics 13 4
Select 1 course from: Agricultural and Resource Economics 106, Statistics 103, Sociology 106 4
Chemistry 2A 5
Biological Sciences 2A or 10 5
Plant Sciences 2 4
Select 1 course from: Evolution and Ecology 2, Biological Sciences 2B, Environmental Science and Policy 1, 30, Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology 10, 11 3-5
Food Science 1 3
Soil Science 10 3
Economics 1A, 1B 8
Political Science 4 4
Select 1 course from: Anthropology 2, Sociology 1, Sociology 3 4-5
Community and Regional Development 1 4
Select 1 course from: Philosophy 14, 15, 24 4
Depth Subject Matter
43-44
Select one course from: Agricultural and Resource Economics 112, 150, 157 4
Select 11-12 units from: Agricultural and Resource Economics 120, 130, 147, 176, Environmental Science and Policy 160, 161, 169, 172, 179 11-12
Select 8 units from: Anthropology 101, 102, Community and Regional Development 142, 152, Sociology 139, 144, 145A, 145B 8
Additional restricted electives chosen in consultation with an adviser 20
Total units for the major
140-163
Major Adviser. R. Galt (Human Ecology); Track I Adviser. W. Horwath (Land, Air& Water Resources); Track II Adviser. R. Galt (Human Ecology); Track III Adviser. T. Tomich (Human Ecology, Environmental Science & Policy)
Advising Center for the major is located in 1303 Hart Hall, Department of Human Ecology 530-752-2244.
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Updated: March 22, 2017 10:38 AM