Agriculture—Agricultural Economics (Auburn University Only), A.S.
This plan of study was developed as a guideline for students who plan to transfer to Auburn University and pursue a degree in Agricultural Economics. Students who plan to transfer to an out-of-state or private institution should consult that institution and plan their program of study in consultation with agriculture faculty advisors and/or counselors. This program is available on the Sparks and Wallace Campuses. Upon completion of courses listed below, the transcript will reflect either an AA or AS degree without reference to the specific program of study.
* Must complete a 6-semester-hour sequence in Literature or History.
* For the Social and Behavioral Sciences elective, SOC 200 is the recommended course by Auburn University.
* ORI 101 or 105: Course is not included in the STARS Articulation Guide but is applicable toward the associate degree.
Area I: Written Composition
Area II: Humanities and Fine Arts
(Selecting SPH 106 or 107 will meet associate degree requirement.)
Area III: Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Area IV: History, Social and Behavioral Sciences
Area V: Pre-Professional, Pre-Major, and Elective Courses
(Selecting CIS 146 also meets associate degree requirement.)