The Agricultural Sciences (OSU Transfer) Emphasis Associate of Science fulfills many of the lower-division requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University. Course requirements for other agricultural majors at OSU and other universities will differ. Students are strongly encouraged to check current degree requirements for changes.
Statewide General Education Student Learning Outcomes
While this program has no formal entrance requirement, individual courses may have prerequisites which must be met before enrollment.
(See the baccalaureate core list or use the links below to locate courses.)
|Course ||Title ||Credits |
|WR 121||Academic Composition||4|
|COMM 111||Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3-4|
|or COMM 114|| Argumentation and Critical Discourse|
|HHP 295||Health and Fitness||3|
|BA 217||Accounting Fundamentals||4|
|BI 101||General Biology: Cells & Genes 3||4-5|
|or BI 211|| Principles of Biology|
|BI 102||General Biology: Evolution 3||4-5|
|or BI 212|| Principles of Biology|
|BI 103||General Biology: Ecology 3||4-5|
|or BI 213|| Principles of Biology|
|CH 104||Introduction to Chemistry I 3||5|
|or CH 221|| General Chemistry I|
|CH 105||Introduction to Chemistry II 3||5|
|or CH 222|| General Chemistry II|
|CIS 120||Computer Concepts||4|
|FOR 208||Soils: Sustainable Ecosystems||4|
|MTH 105||Math in Society (or higher)||4|
|WR 227||Technical Writing||4|
Transferrable from OSU E-Campus
- AG 242 Personal Leadership Development 3
- ANS 121 Introduction to Animal Science 4
- AREC 221 Marketing in Agriculture 3
- AREC 250 Introduction to Environmental Economics and Policy 3
- HORT 111 Introduction to Horticultural Crop Production 2
- HORT 112 Intro. to Horticultural Systems, Practices and Careers 2
Students are encouraged to take BI 211 Principles of Biology, BI 213 Principles of Biology, and BI 212 Principles of Biology in that sequence with CH 221 General Chemistry I taken before or concurrently with BI 211 Principles of Biology. Students are also encouraged to take MTH 241 Calculus for Management/Social Science or MTH 251 Calculus I. The FOR 208 Soils: Sustainable Ecosystems is a Spring term course that may be occasionally offered during during Fall term.
- Students must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA to earn a COCC certificate or degree.
- All courses in the program must be completed with a grade of C or higher.