- The University requirements for bachelor's degrees as described in the Undergraduate Education section of this catalog.
Alternative tracks to Integrative Studies in General Science have been approved for selected majors leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in the college. For additional information, refer to the lists of requirements for the major and degree programs that appear in the statements on the departments.
The completion of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources mathematics requirement referenced in item 2. a. below may also satisfy the University mathematics requirement.
- The requirements of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources for the Bachelor of Science degree that are listed below:
- The mathematics requirement may be met by completing one of the following or may be satisfied by placing into a calculus course based on the Mathematics Services Placement Exam.
- Mathematics 103 and Statistics and Probability 200 or 201.
- Mathematics 103 and 114.
- Mathematics 116.
- Economics 201 or 202.
- At least 26 credits in courses in the college.
- The specific requirements for a major in the college.
Students who are enrolled in bachelor's degree programs in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources may elect a Specialization in Environmental Studies. For additional information, refer to the Specialization in Environmental Studies statement in the College of Natural Science section of this catalog.