Upper division undergraduate agricultural courses normally build on skills and knowledge acquired in previous courses. These advanced courses in the various agricultural disciplines often require the development of quantitative skills in mathematics and statistics. Also these advanced courses frequently draw on a student's analytical skills in the core area of the discipline e.g., economic theory for agricultural economics majors or biology and chemistry for majors in agronomy, animal science, biochemistry, forestry, or botany and plant pathology.



prerequisites, student performance

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