If you are pursuing an applied science degree in general agriculture, you must meet the requirements below to be eligible for graduation. Also, you must complete the general education program, fulfill the general baccalaureate degree requirements and complete at least 125 hours of course work.
The applied science program in general agriculture is comprehensive, so it does not require the completion of a minor. However, you must have already completed an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science program from an accredited institution to be accepted into this program.
General Agriculture (BAS)
Major requirements (53 hours):
- Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science degree from an accredited institution. Contact the College of Agriculture for details.
- AGN 115(3) or AGP 103(3); AGN 215(3); AGB 144(4); AGR 157(3); AGR 301(1); AGS 101(4).
- 35 hours of upper-division coursework in agriculture to include Public Affairs Capstone Experience requirement of AGR 499 (3), Internship.
University level requirements:
For a complete listing of the courses offered through the Agriculture Pathways Partnership, view the complete listing of degree requirements.
View the admission requirements page for details about being dual enrolled at your two-year college and Missouri State.
The Pathways Partnership offers many different delivery methods of course instruction including workshops. A quick and easy way to identify the courses offered at your location or via the Internet is to use the Find A Class tool.