Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (B.S.A.G.) Major in Agriculture

Minimum required: 120 semester hours

General Requirements

  1. Students cannot enroll in upper-level (3000 or 4000) agriculture courses until they have successfully completed MATH 1315 or MATH 1319, and CHEM 1341 and CHEM 1141.
  2. If two years of the same modern language are taken in high school, then no additional language hours will be required for the degree. In the absence of modern language taken in high school, then two semesters of the same modern language (1410 and 1420) must be taken at the college level, and the requirement will be added to the student's degree audit.

Course Requirements

AG 111011
AG 14454
AG 239013
BIO 1330
BIO 1130
MATH 1315 or 13193
COMM 13103
ENG 13103
ENG 13203
US 11001
HIST 13103
POSI 23103
AG 2313 or 23793
AG 237313
AG 23743
AG 23833
ENG 33033
Select one of the following:3
CHEM 13413
CHEM 11411
PHIL 1305 or 13203
Select one of the following:3
Select one of the following:3
AG 33103
AG 34264
AG 34274
AG Electives I12
HIST 13203
POSI 23203
AG 23103
AG 3317 or 33183
AG 33193
AG 3353 or 43613
AG 43103
AG 43253
AG 43263
AG Electives II5
AG 43073
Total Hours: 120

 Must be successfully completed in the first 45 college credit hours at Texas State.

AG Electives I

Select 12 hours of the following:12
Horse Management
Animal Ultrasonography
Genetics of Livestock and Plant Improvement
Herbaceous Plant Materials
Propagation of Horticultural Plants
Woody Plant Materials for Outdoor Landscapes
Flowers and Plants for Interior Design
Organic Gardening
Animal Health and Disease Control
Animal Nutrition
Applied Wildlife Nutrition
Reproduction in Farm Animals
Livestock Selection and Evaluation
Advanced Animal Science-Poultry and Swine
Food Technology: Processing Meats

AG Electives II

Select 5 hours of the following:5
Range Management
Economic Entomology
Agricultural Marketing and Sales
Quantitative Methods in Agricultural Economics
Land Surveying
Current Problems in Technical Agriculture (3 hour maximum)
Greenhouse and Nursery Management
Fruit and Vegetable Crop Production
Landscape Management
Landscape Design
Agricultural Policy
Agricultural Resource Economics