Agribusiness Program Suggestions

A format of suggested class schedules for the first two years of college studies for students majoring in the Agri-Business Degree in the Department of Economics and contemplating transfer to UNK is as follows (UNK course designations are listed in parentheses):

First Year

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

Introduction to Academic Writing (ENG 101)

3

Academic Writing and Research (ENG 102)

3

Software Productivity Tools (MIS 182)

3

General Studies Natural Sciences (with lab; CHEM 145 or BIOL 103)

4

General Studies Aesthetics (Art/Music/Dance/Theatre)

3

Fundamentals of Speech Communication   (SPCH 100)

3

College Algebra (Math 102; only if needed for advanced math)*

3

Finite Math or Calculus (Math 120 or 123)**

3

General Studies Social Sciences (Political, Social, Behavioral, or Geographical)

3

General Studies Social Sciences (Political, Social, Behavioral, or Geographical)

3

Hours

15

Hours

16

*Students with sufficient preparation may enter math at a higher level.**Business Economics majors are required to take Finite Math or Applied Calculus.


Second Year

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

Principles of Econ-Macro (ECON 270

3

Principles of Econ-Micro (ECON 271)

3

Principles of Accounting I (ACCT 250)*

3

Principles of Accounting II (ACCT 251)*

3

General Studies Literary discipline

3

General Studies Historical discipline

3

General Studies Natural Sciences Perspective

3-4

Business Communications (BSAD 295)

3

Business Statistics (MGT 233)

3

Hours

15-16

Hours

12

*Students must wait and take Principles of Accounting I and II during their sophomore year.

Students should plan on taking upper-division (300-400 level) course work in Economics at UNK. For the exact requirements in each subject, see the UNK Catalog.
For additional information contact:

Dr. Frank Tenkorang, Interim Chair
Department of Economics
University of Nebraska at Kearney-West Center
Kearney, Nebraska 68849
Telephone: (308) 865-8530