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Degree Overview - Horticultural Business Concentration

First Year

Fall Semester

  • CMJ103 Fundamentals of Public Communication

or

  • SFR222 Environmental Communication Skills
  • ECO120 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ENG101 College Composition
  • NFA117 Issues and Opportunities
  • PSE100 Plant Science

(Credit Subtotal: 14)

Spring Semester

  • BUA201 Principles of Financial Accounting
  • ECO121 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • MAT115 Applied Math for Business and Economics
  • PSY100 General Psychology
  • Elective

(Credit Subtotal: 15)


Sophomore

Fall Semester

  • BMB207 Fundamentals of Chemistry
  • BMB209 Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory

or

  • CHY121 Introduction to Chemistry
  • CHY123 Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory
  • BUA202 Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • ECO254 Small Business Economics and Management
  • PSE221 Woody Landscape Plants

(Credit Subtotal: 14)

Spring Semester

  • BUA235 Information Systems and Techniques for Business
  • EES140 Soil Science
  • EES141 Soil Science Laboratory
  • General Education:  Math
  • Electives

(Credit Subtotal: 15)


Junior

Fall Semester

  • BIO327 Introductory Applied Entomology
  • BUA325 Principles of Management and Organization
  • PSE219 Herbaceous Landscape Plants
  • PSE325 Turfgrass Management (odd yrs)
  • Elective

(Credit Subtotal: 16)

Spring Semester

  • BUA270 Marketing
  • PSE410 Plant Propagation
  • PSE415 Greenhouse Management
  • General Education: Western Cultural Tradition
  • Elective

(Credit Subtotal: 16)

Summer(s)

  • PSE396 Field Experience
    • Field Experience should be taken after completion of the Junior year.

(Credit Subtotal: 2)


Senior

Fall Semester

  • BUA350 Business Finance
  • PHI232 Environmental Ethics

or

  • General Education:  Ethics
  • PSE424 Nursery Management
  • PSE457 Plant Pathology

(Credit Subtotal: 13)

Spring Semester

  • ENG317 Business and Technical Writing
  • PSE430 Environmental Horticulture
  • General Education:  Cultural Diversity and International Perspectives
  • General Education:  Artistic and Creative Expression
  • General Education:  Population and the Environment

or

  • Elective

(Credit Subtotal: 15)

NOTE:  The choice above depends on whether the Ethics course chosen satisfies the Population and the Environment General Education requirement as well.

 

 


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