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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

MAJOR IN AGRI-BUSINESS

SECOND /THIRD YEAR

Students admitted into the Major in Agri-business are required to do the following:

FIRST YEAR

(PREREQUISITES) SEMESTER I

AGSL 1000 (AS16B) MS15E

AGRI 1004 (AG15B)

Soils & the Environment Introduction to Financial Accounting The Social and Economic Environment (or EC10F Introduc- tion to Economics II & PS14A Introduction to Social Psychology)

SEMESTER II

AGRI 1003 (AG14C )* (or EC141 AGRI 1005 (AG16B) AGBU 1002 (AM17B)

AGRI 1000 (AG133)

Introduction to Mathematics) Introduction to Agriculture Introduction to Agro-Environmental Management Practical Skills (Summer)

AGBU 2002 (AM23B)

AGBU 2000 (AM21A)

AGBU 3000 (AM30C)

AGBU 3008 (AM39C) AGBU 3012 (AG312)

MS21B

MS20A

MS22A

MS28D

Management and Economics of Agricultural Production and Marketing (4 credits) Agriculture in the Economy (4 credits) Farm Management (4 credits) Internship Project (4 credits) Management Information Systems (3 credits) Principles of Marketing (3 credits) Organizational Behaviour (3 credits) Financial Management (3 credits)

N.B. Additional year one courses may be required depending on the other minor(s) or major(s) that the student intends to pursue. For example: The minor in Economics requires EC10D, EC10F , EC160 & EC141. The minor in International Relations requires GT11C or GT11D. The elective course HUEC 3004 (AH33B) Food Product Development in the Entrepreneurship minor requires HUEC 1001 AH10C Food Science The minor in Psychology requires PS11B or PS14A. One of these courses is also strongly recommended for the Communications and Extension minor. The course MS15F is required for some electives offered by the Department of Management Studies

  • *

    Students pursuing a minor/major in Mathematics or

with previous certification in Mathematics are strongly advised to apply for exemption from MATH 1130 (AG14C)

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