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Comprised of five distinct schools, Oklahoma Panhandle State University accepts a diverse collection of students from all educational backgrounds. The programs of study offered at OPSU lead to nearly 60 different baccalaureate and associate degrees. In addition to the baccalaureate opportunities, OPSU offers several pre-professional studies in selected fields. OPSU strives to enrich its student's lives educationally, personally, and socially. It is the hope that students matriculating at OPSU will receive life-long learning experiences that meet their needs, personally and vocationally.

Program Info

Program

Agribusiness
B.S. (Bachelor of Science)

Faculty Contact

Photograph of Winger, Davin
Winger, Davin
Title: Dean of the College of Business and Technology
Office: CH 101B
Phone: 580.349.1460
Email: Email Web Form

Requirements

Total Hours: 124

The School of Agriculture in cooperation with the School of Business offers a program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in agribusiness. The requirements for the degree are outlined in this section

  • General Education 41
  • Plant Science 7
    • Agrn 1213-Fundamentals of Plant Science
    • Agrn 2124-Fundamentals of Soil Science
  • Animal Science 8
    • Ansi 1124-Introduction to Animal Science
    • Ansi 2124-Livestock Feeding
  • Agriculture 4
    • Ag 1011-Introduction to the Agriculture Industry
    • Ag 4983-Agriculture Marketing
  • Business 18
    • Acct 2103-Elements of Accounting
    • Badm 3123-Business Law I OR Badm 3323-Business Law II
    • Cis 2013-Information Systems for Business
    • Cis 2223-Micro Applications for Business Decisions
    • Mktg 3913-Principles of Marketing OR Ag 3213-Quantitative Agriculture Economics
    • Mgmt 3813-Principles of Management OR Ag 3144-Modern Agricultural Management
  • Agriculture Electives 14
  • Business Electives 12
  • General Electives 20
    • Sufficient courses to bring upper level hours to 40 credit hours and total to 124 semester hours for graduation.
  • Minor
    • Upon completion of the agribusiness major, students must have sufficient courses to fulfill minor requirements in any field in which a minor is offered. Hours designated for the chosen minor are included in the 124 semester hours required for the major.

A grade of C or better is required for all courses within the major. An overall GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation.