Area V – Agricultural Business and Economics
Agricultural Business and Economics – Area V AREA V: PRE-PROFESSIONAL MAJOR COURSES FOR AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS MAJORS AT AUBURN UNIVERSITY (19 Semester Hours)
The following guidelines and restrictions apply:
No more than 19 hours may transfer in Area V for this degree program. The remaining 7 hours may be taken from the courses listed taking into account the indicated restrictions. Only courses for which the equivalents are taught at the freshman and sophomore levels at Auburn University may be elected. For courses coded as C in Section I of The Alabama College System: Course Directory, students may petition Auburn University to pre-approve courses selected under Area V that are not mentioned for this major under area V.
- Students must take ECO 231 if not taken in area IV. (3 sem. hrs.)
- Students must take six hours in statistics: BUS 271 (Business Statistics I) and BUS 272 (Business Statistics II)
- Students must earn a “C” or better in ECO 232
- It is highly recommended that students take IDS 102, PHL 106 Introduction to Philosophy, or PHL 206 Ethics and Society (3 hrs.) in area II.
- It is highly recommended that students who plan to transfer to Auburn select SPH 106 or SPH 107 in area II.
- It is highly recommended that students select SOC 200 (3 SH) if not taken in area IV.
Restrictions on elective transfer hours:
- Developmental, remedial, or technical courses from Section II, III, and IV of The Alabama College System: Course Directory will not transfer.
- A maximum of four computer course may transfer: CIS 146 is preferred.
- A maximum of four sem. hrs. in physical education may transfer.
No transfer credit will be awarded for math courses below the state-approved level core level of Math 110 or Math 112.
Please print this document and attach it to the Agricultural Business and Economics AGSC Transfer Guide. Together, this document and the AGSC Transfer Guide comprise the articulation agreement for a major in Agricultural Business and Economics at Auburn.
Last modified: July 24, 2017