The Environmental and Energy Resources Management major aims to provide a strong foundation. for those students interested in pursuing a career focusing on the business and entrepreneurial. aspects of the growing energy and environmental sector Students completing this. interdisciplinary major will be prepared for entrepreneurial ventures of their own design and for. employment in the private sector or with relevant government agencies or consulting firms Upon. completion of this degree some students may find it desirable to obtain a graduate degree to. further expand their career opportunities, The major in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics prepares students for careers in. environmental policy and natural resource management Students in this major are advised to select. electives in the natural sciences to strengthen their science background Because of the demand for. positions in environmental and natural resource fields graduates may wish to continue their. education in graduate school Thus this major prepares students for graduate study in a number of. areas applied economics business environmental and resource economics or law school. In addition to a Bachelor of Science degree three minors are offered within the program 1 Agribusiness. Management 2 Agricultural and Natural Resources Law and 3 Environmental Economics To sign up. for a minor talk to your academic advisor More information is available at. http catalog wvu edu undergraduate minors,Vision Statement. The faculty in the Division of Resource Economics and Management will provide each undergraduate with. an educational experience designed to facilitate his her chosen career goal s Educational experiences will. be provided under three majors 1 Agribusiness Management 2 Environmental and Energy Resources. Management and 3 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics The goal of the Agribusiness. Management major is to provide students with a breadth of knowledge in both the social and natural sciences. upon which further professional training can be based The goal of the Environmental and Energy Resources. Management major is to provide students with the analytical framework tool kit and problem solving. skills to better function in a complex and changing energy economy and environmental management. setting and to better prepare them to conceive develop and implement entrepreneurial ventures of their. own design The goal of the Environmental and Natural Resource Economics major is to provide students. with the necessary training for the application of economic theory and analysis to natural resource and. environmental management issues,Fact Sheet Information. Basic facts of all majors, As of fall 2017 212 students were enrolled 102 in Agribusiness Management 22 in Environmental. and Natural Resource Economics and 88 in Environmental and Energy Resources Management. At this time in state tuition applies for some out of state students. There are no restrictions on enrollment or pre majors. Degree programs are flexible to meet the interests of individual students. Many students are transfers from other majors particularly Business Economics Animal Science. and Engineering,Most courses are taught on the Evansdale campus. A capstone experience consisting of an internship senior thesis or study abroad is required for. graduation,Agribusiness Management major, Student interests related to food and agriculture small business or graduate law school. Courses cover breadth of skills related to business accounting economic theory enterprise. development finance law management and marketing, Students in this major from Ohio may qualify for in state tuition. Most students obtain private sector employment with agribusiness firms farms or small businesses. About 18 of graduates go on to graduate school, Environmental and Energy Resources Management major. Intended to produce graduates who comprehend the big picture about energy and who are prepared. for a variety of jobs in the energy industry government regulatory agencies or starting their own. entrepreneurial venture, Students in this major from Delaware Virginia and Maryland may qualify for in state tuition. Most students obtain internships with energy related industries and or regulatory agencies. Environmental and Natural Resource Economics major. Prepares students for careers in environmental policy and natural resource management within private. industry and relevant government agencies, Students in this major from Ohio may qualify for in state tuition. Combines coursework in social and physical sciences. Most graduates obtain employment in the private sector while about 20 seek a graduate education. Division of Resource Economics and Management Features. Spreadsheet word processing statistical and econometric software packages are available in two college. maintained computer labs Some computers have advanced graphics and geographical information system. GIS software These labs are used for teaching but if there is no class they are open to students Monday. through Friday from 8 a m to 9 p m, The Natural Resource Analysis Center NRAC is an important asset closely associated with the division. where students who are interested in GIS and spatial analysis may have an opportunity for student. employment or internships NRAC provides geospatially based research teaching and service focused on. environmental and natural resource issues for West Virginia the surrounding Appalachian region and. beyond NRAC is a multi disciplinary research and teaching facility within the Davis College of. Agriculture Natural Resources and Design originally established in 1990 Areas of expertise. at NRAC include landscape analysis watershed based modeling and applications remote sensing spatial. decision support energy issues and economic development For more information check out. https www nrac wvu edu home,Capstone Experience, Dr Brown serves as Undergraduate Coordinator She is assisted by faculty as well as the Division of. Resource Economics and Management s professional academic advisor Barry Stephens Dr Brown and Dr. Collins approve and oversee all student capstone experiences for the Division. In order to better prepare students for their careers a capstone experience is required of each student in all. three of the majors in the Division of Resource Economics and Management Agribusiness Management. Environmental and Energy Resources Management and Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. For Agribusiness Management AM majors this capstone experience is 3 to 6 credit hours and generally. occurs in the summer prior to his her last year or semester or during his her last year or semester This. capstone experience offers each student three options 1 completion of a professional field experience. internship ARE 491 2 completion of a senior thesis ARE 496 or 3 completion of a study abroad. experience ARE 491, For Environmental and Energy Resources Management majors this capstone experience is an internship. that meets a minimum of 5 credit hours RESM 491 that take place during their junior and or senior. years or in the summer prior to their last year Environmental and Energy Resources Management majors. may use job shadowing for up to 2 credit hours of capstone experience RESM 491 They may also. substitute completion of a study abroad experience ARE 491 or completion of a senior thesis ARE 496. for up to 3 credits of the capstone experience, For Environmental and Natural Resource Economics ENRE majors this capstone experience is 3 credit. hours for completion of a senior thesis ARE 496, Each student will be responsible for developing his her own internship senior thesis or study abroad. experience Exploration of internship opportunities or senior thesis ideas occurs when the student is. enrolled in the seminar class ARE 494 during the fall semester of his her junior year If a student is. considering the study abroad option advance planning of at least one year prior to studying abroad is. required in order to be prepared to complete this option Each proposed internship ARE 491 senior. thesis ARE 496 or study abroad experience ARE 491 must be reviewed by the student s. undergraduate advisor and the ARE Undergraduate Coordinator prior to registration into the internship or. senior thesis course Each proposed internship or job shadow RESM 491 must be reviewed by the. course instructor prior to registration into the internship course. Requirements for the Internship Option, Work with your advisor to determine an appropriate internship experience given your career goals. You must work at least 75 hours at the internship for each WVU credit hour earned A minimum. of 3 credit hours are needed and a maximum of 6 credit hours are possible for the capstone. requirement A minimum of 5 credit hours is needed for Environmental and Energy Resources. Management majors, Registration for ARE 491 internship requires approval of the Undergraduate Coordinator. currently Dr Cheryl Brown The form for ARE 491 is online and the link is listed below You. must fill out the online forms for approval prior to the start of your internship. https wvu qualtrics com jfe form SV cLJGBA7ymb61Ppj. Registration for RESM 491 internship or job shadow requires approval of Dr Alan Collins. RESM 491 course instructor The form for RESM 491 is online and the link is listed below You. must fill out the online forms for approval prior to the start of your internship. https wvu qualtrics com jfe form SV 6fGzlSDEEbgmfWJ. The credit hours for the internship must be acquired during the semester when all or a portion of. the work hours are completed, If your internship takes place during the summer you are required to register for ARE 491 or. RESM 491 as an off campus course You will register online but first Dr Brown or Mr Stephens. must clear you to be able to do so Payment for off campus courses is per credit hour and possibly. will not be covered by financial aid so plan accordingly. You should retain and may be required to submit pay stubs or another record of your work hours. Your supervisor must complete an evaluation form of your internship experience This form will. be sent by Dr Brown or Mr Stephens to your internship supervisor using contact information that. you provide, Two written reports are required to be submitted via eCampus where you will find more details on. these assignments, 1 a one page progress report submitted at about the halfway point of your internship. 2 a final report of your internship experience 5 7 pages including descriptions of your. responsibilities what you learned on the job what skills knowledge you applied from your. WVU coursework and how this internship will help your future career goals Keeping a daily. journal during your internship will help with this. Requirements for the Senior Thesis Option, Students majoring in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics ENRE must write a senior. thesis for 3 credits to meet their capstone requirement Agribusiness Management AM majors. may want to write the senior thesis capstone option if they are interested in graduate school. Completion of a senior thesis involves independent research by the student under guidance of a. faculty member Students wishing to submit a senior thesis project should discuss possible topics. with appropriate ARE professors or other faculty at WVU. One goal of a senior thesis is for the student to submit a research paper that with revisions by the. faculty advisor could be submitted for presentation at a professional conference or for publication. as a journal article, This research should involve development of research objectives and hypotheses gathering of data. such as a conducting a survey or collecting data from government agencies implementing an. appropriate statistical or mathematical analysis of this data and interpreting the results. Students are expected to submit a research outline and rough draft according to a schedule. developed by the supervising faculty member A final research paper in the range of 20 to 40. pages is required to be submitted to the faculty member supervising the senior thesis and to the. student s advisor This paper will be graded based on the expectations of the supervising faculty. Approval to register for ARE 496 senior thesis requires an email from the supervising faculty. member to Dr Brown Undergraduate Coordinator stating that the faculty member has agreed to. supervise the student s senior thesis In addition Dr Brown must receive a copy of the senior. thesis description form before you will be cleared to register for this course This form is available. online here https wvu qualtrics com jfe form SV 6r2y7W2ToVvJ95z. Requirements for the Study Abroad Option, The study abroad experience must follow the guidelines established by the WVU Office of Global. Affairs https studyabroad wvu edu, A student must attend a qualified higher education institution in a foreign country for at least one. A student must be enrolled as a full time student during their study abroad experience and. complete at least 9 credit hours of course work that are transferred to West Virginia University. During the study abroad experience each student is expected to participate in outside classroom. activities seminars student organizations field trips etc attend local events travel and keep at. least a weekly journal of their activities, Either during the semester of study abroad or during the semester immediately following his her. return to West Virginia University each student must register for 3 credits of ARE 491 To do this. fill out the study abroad form available here, https wvu qualtrics com jfe form SV 0dq3kr1QdCfX7zT. A written report 3 5 pages and oral presentation 10 15 minutes on your study abroad. experience to fellow students and program faculty must be satisfactorily completed to receive a. grade for ARE 491, Contact Dr Brown if you are interested in using the study abroad experience to meet your. capstone experience requirement,Tracking Progress toward Graduation. Using DegreeWorks students can track their progress toward graduation online This system is accessed via. the DegreeWorks link in STAR It provides students with instant access to what degree requirements have. been met and what requirements still remain A student should work with his her academic advisor to make. sure that DegreeWorks correctly reflects his her progress toward graduation For all majors a four year. plan of study is provided in this handbook to provide guidance on what needs to be completed for graduation. Students can also develop a more individualized plan of study using DegreeWorks. Graduation, In order for students to graduate from West Virginia University they must fulfill four broad requirements 1. have a minimum GPA of 2 0 2 meet the credit hour requirement of the degree 120 hours for Agribusiness. Management Environmental and Energy Resources Management and Environmental and Natural Resource. Economics 3 meet the university requirements of the General Education Foundation GEF and 4. meet the requirements of their chosen major as discussed in the degree descriptions of this handbook. Check DegreeWorks and with your academic advisor to verify that all graduation requirements have been. met During a student s last semester at WVU a student expecting to graduate must complete an application. to graduate by the given deadline This is done online but the Davis College Records office can help you. with the graduation application process,General Education Foundation. The General Education Foundation GEF contains eight objectives Courses that meet GEF requirements. are available at the registrar s website http registrar wvu edu gef Four courses offered within the ARE. program can be used to satisfy GEF requirements see Table 1. REM courses that meet GEF objectives,Course Number and Title GEF Objective. ARE 150 Intro Agricultural and Agribusiness Economics 4. ARE 187 Energy Resource Economics 2A, ARE 220 Intro Environmental and Resource Economics 4. RESM 140 Sustainable Living 7,Within WVU Transfer Information. Both the Agribusiness Management and the Environmental and Natural Resource Economics majors are. very receptive to transfer students With over 50 credit hours of free and restricted electives most students. can easily transfer into either major and not fall behind their graduation schedule Table 2 contains. information about approved substitutions for required courses that are commonly taken by transfer students. prior to their entry into either major With the What if option in DegreeWorks students can determine how. their currently completed courses satisfy requirements of any of the three REM majors. Commonly accepted substitutions for ARE major courses. Required Course Approved Substitute,ARE 110 BUSA 202 or ACCT 201. AGEE 110 CS 101,ARE 150 ECON 201,Restricted Electives. All three majors feature a requirement of restricted electives Agribusiness Management majors are required. to complete 30 hours of restricted electives Environmental and Energy Resource Management majors are. required to complete 36 hours of restricted electives Environmental and Natural Resource Economics. majors are required to complete 22 hours of restricted electives Restricted electives are chosen jointly by the. advisor and student based on the student s career interests and plans after graduation. Important Links,DegreeWorks http registrar wvu edu dw. Ecampus http ecampus wvu edu,STAR http star wvu edu. GEF Course List http registrar wvu edu gef,Schedule of Courses http courses wvu edu. Minors Description List http catalog wvu edu undergraduate minors. Transferring Courses from other colleges or universities. http admissions wvu edu admissions university requirements transfer equivalency. Agribusiness Management Major, The goal of this major is to provide students with a breadth of knowledge that will prepare them for entry. level management positions or starting their own enterprise in a variety of rural land based agricultural. and or food related businesses Students with this major can expect to find employment in agribusiness. including nursery and landscaping firms or farms financial institutions or state and federal government. agencies dealing with land use food and agriculture Employment in these areas requires the essential. components of this major a broad educational background combined with knowledge of managing. natural resource based businesses By selecting appropriate coursework in consultation with their advisor. the flexibility of this major provides students with the opportunity to create their own area of expertise or. follow course tracks for entrepreneurship equine management food science and technology horticulture. or livestock as well as to pursue coursework in preparation for graduate school. After completing this major students will be able to. 1 Demonstrate an understanding of major concepts in accounting management marketing finance and. business law, 2 Utilize relevant software for analysis in business applications. 3 Demonstrate critical thinking skills and problem solving abilities related to agribusiness management. 4 Communicate effectively in a business or professional setting written and oral. 5 Work cooperatively within a business or professional setting. A minimum of 120 credit hours are required for graduation in this major. Course Requirements Credit Hours,General Education Foundations. 1 Composition and Rhetoric ENGL 101 and 102 or ENGL 103 3 6. 2 Science and Technology 4 6,3 Mathematics and Quantitative Skills 3. 4 Society and Connections 3,5 Human Inquiry the Past 3. 6 The Arts Creativity 3,7 Global Studies Diversity 3. Orientation 1,Required Courses 41, ARE 110 150 GEF 4 204 360 382 421 431 461 482 484 494. AGEE 110 or CS 101,STAT 111 GEF 3,Restricted Electives 30. The restricted electives must be selected in consultation with the student s advisor include at least. four courses from the Davis College and selected from the list below. Upper division 300 400 level courses from the following subjects ADV AGBI AGEE ARE. AGRN ANNU ANPH ANPR A VS AEM BIOL COMM DSGN ECON ENLM ENTO. ENTR ENVP FIN FDST FMAN FOR GEOG GEOL HORT HN F LARC LDR PLSC. POLS PSYC PR RPTR RESM SOCA WMAN WGST and WDSC,STAT at 200 level or higher. AGEE 220 Group Organization and Leadership, AGRN 202 AGRN 203 Principles of Soil Science and Principles of Soil Science Laboratory. ARE 220 Introductory Environmental and Resource Economics. ANNU 260 Animal Nutrition,A VS 251 Principles of Animal Science. A VS 281 Introduction to Equine Care and Use,DSGN 280 Sustainable Design and Development. FDST 200 Food Science and Technology,HORT 220 General Horticulture. MATH 150 Applied Calculus,PLSC 206 Principles of Plant Science. POLS 210 Law and the Legal System, University Capstone Course Requirement ARE 491 or 496 3. Free Electives 17, Some restricted or free electives may also be counted in GEF 8 Focus Number of free electives may. vary depending on courses chosen throughout your university career. Recommended Academic Schedule of Courses,for the Agribusiness Management Major. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 150 GEF 4 3 AGEE 110 3. ENGL 101 GEF 1 3 GEF 5 6 or 7 3,GEF 2B BIOL 101 103 4 GEF 5 6 or 7 3. GEF 5 6 or 7 3 Free Elective 3,WVUE 191 Orientation 1 STAT 111 GEF 3 3. Credit hours 14 Credit hours 15,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 110 3 ECON 202 3,ARE 204 3 GEF Focus Course 3,ENGL 102 GEF 1 3 Restricted elective 3. Restricted elective 3 Restricted elective 3,Free elective 3 Free elective 3. Credit hours 15 Credit hours 15,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 360 3 ARE 431 3,ARE 382 3 ARE 482 3,ARE 494 1 Restricted elective 3. Restricted elective 3 GEF Focus Course 3,Restricted elective 3 Free elective 4. GEF Focus Course 3,Credit hours 16 Credit hours 16. SUMMER ARE 491 University Capstone 3 credit hours,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 421 or equivalent 3 ARE 484 3,Restricted elective 3 ARE 461 3. Restricted elective 3 Restricted elective 3,Free elective 4 Restricted elective 4. Credit hours 13 Credit hours 13, Students who major in Agribusiness Management may desire to continue their education by going to. graduate school Those who want to go to graduate school in agricultural and resource economics should. consider the following Graduate School Track,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 150 GEF 4 3 AGEE 110 3,ENGL 101 GEF 1 3 GEF 5 6 or 7 3. GEF 2B BIOL 101 103 4 GEF 5 6 or 7 3,GEF 5 6 or 7 3 MATH 126 college algebra 3. WVUE 191 Orientation 1 Free elective 3,Credit hours 14 Credit hours 15. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 110 3 ECON 202 3,ARE 204 3 STAT 211 instead of STAT 111 3. ENGL 102 GEF 1 3 Restricted elective 3,MATH 150 3 Restricted elective 3. Free elective 3 Free elective 3,Credit hours 15 Credit hours 15. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 360 3 ARE 431 3,ARE 382 3 ARE 482 3. ARE 494 1 ECON 425 Restricted elective 3, STAT 201 Restricted elective 3 ARE 411 Restricted elective 3. ARE 401 or ECON 301 Restricted 3 Free elective 4,Free elective 3. Credit hours 16 Credit hours 16, SUMMER ARE 491 Internship or ARE 496 Senior Thesis University Capstone 3 credit hours. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 421 or equivalent 3 ARE 484 3. ECON 421 Restricted elective 3 ARE 461 3, ECON 302 Restricted elective 3 ARE 450 Restricted elective 3. Free elective 4 Restricted elective 4,Credit hours 13 Credit hours 13. Students who major in Agribusiness Management who want to focus on plants and horticulture should follow. this Horticulture Track Student will be able to declare Horticulture Minor. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 150 GEF 4 3 AGEE 110 3. ENGL 101 GEF 1 3 GEF 5 6 or 7 3,GEF 2B BIOL 101 103 4 GEF 5 6 or 7 3. GEF 5 6 or 7 3 Free Elective 3,WVUE 191 Orientation 1 STAT 111 GEF 3 3. Credit hours 14 Credit hours 15,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 110 3 ECON 202 3,ARE 204 3 PLSC 206 Restricted elective 4. ENGL 102 GEF 1 3 Restricted elective 3,HORT 220 Restricted elective 3 Free elective 5. Free elective 3,Credit hours 15 Credit hours 15,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 360 3 ARE 431 3,ARE 382 3 ARE 482 3,ARE 494 1 HORT 300 Restricted elective 3. AGRN 202 203 Restricted 4 HORT 400 Restricted elective 3. elective 3 Free elective 3,Free elective 3,Credit hours 17 Credit hours 15. SUMMER ARE 491 University Capstone 3 credit hours,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 421 or equivalent 3 ARE 484 3,HORT 400 Restricted elective 3 ARE 461 3. Restricted elective 3 HORT 400 Restricted elective 3. Free elective 5 HORT 310 Restricted elective 3,Credit hours 14 Credit hours 12. AGRN 202 and AGRN 203 Principles of Soil Science PLSC 206 Principles of Plant Science HORT 220 General Horticulture. HORT 330 Plant Propogation HORT 441 Garden Center Management HORT 444 Handling and Storage of Horticultural Crops. HORT 445 Greenhouse Management HORT 310 Vines to Wines http catalog wvu edu undergraduate minors horticulture. Students who major in Agribusiness Management who want to focus on horses should follow this Equine. Studies Management Track Student will be able to declare an Equine Studies Minor Management. Track There is also an Equine Studies Minor Science Track and an Equine Studies Minor Equine Assisted. Activities and Therapies Track,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 150 GEF 4 3 AGEE 110 3,ENGL 101 GEF 1 3 GEF 5 6 or 7 3. GEF 2B BIOL 101 103 4 GEF 5 6 or 7 3,GEF 5 6 or 7 3 Free Elective 3. WVUE 191 Orientation 1 STAT 111 GEF 3 3,Credit hours 14 Credit hours 15. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 110 3 ECON 202 3,ARE 204 3 ANNU 260 Restricted elective 3. ENGL 102 GEF 1 3 A VS 330 Restricted elective 3,A VS 281 Restricted elective 3 Free elective 5. Free elective 3,Credit hours 15 Credit hours 14,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 360 3 ARE 431 3,ARE 382 3 ARE 482 3,ARE 494 1 ANPR 344 Restricted elective 4. Restricted elective 3 Free elective 5,Restricted elective 3. Free elective 3,Credit hours 16 Credit hours 15,SUMMER ARE 491 University Capstone 3 credit hours. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 421 or equivalent 3 ARE 484 3. Restricted elective 2 ARE 461 3, Restricted elective 3 A VS 343 Restricted elective 3. Free elective 5 A VS 370 Restricted elective 3,Free elective 3. Credit hours 13 Credit hours 15, A VS 281 Introduction to Equine Care and Use A VS 330 Equine Facility Design and Management A VS 343 Equine Hoof. and Limb A VS 370 Riding Theory and Techniques ANPR 344 Advanced Horse Management ANNU 260 Animal Nutrition. http catalog wvu edu undergraduate minors equine management. Students who major in Agribusiness Management who want to focus on animal production cattle dairy. lamb and or poultry should follow this Livestock Track. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 150 GEF 4 3 AGEE 110 3. ENGL 101 GEF 1 3 GEF 5 6 or 7 3,GEF 2B BIOL 101 103 4 GEF 5 6 or 7 3. GEF 5 6 or 7 3 STAT 111 GEF 3 3,WVUE 191 Orientation 1 Free elective 3. Credit hours 14 Credit hours 15,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 110 3 ECON 202 3,ARE 204 3 ANNU 260 Restricted elective 3. ENGL 102 GEF 1 3 Restricted elective 3,A VS 251 Restricted elective 4 Free elective 5. Free elective 3,Credit hours 16 Credit hours 14,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 360 3 ARE 431 3,ARE 382 3 ARE 482 3,ARE 494 1 A VS 400 Restricted elective 3. ANPR 300 Restricted elective 4 Free elective 5,Free elective 3. Credit hours 14 Credit hours 14,SUMMER ARE 491 University Capstone 3 credit hours. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 421 or equivalent 3 ARE 484 3. A VS 400 Restricted elective 3 ARE 461 3, Restricted elective 3 A VS 400 Restricted elective 3. Free elective 6 Restricted elective 3,Free elective 3. Credit hours 15 Credit hours 15, A VS 251 Principles of Animal Science A VS 409 Food Animal Diseases A VS 410 Calving Management A VS 411 Dairy. Heifer Management A VS 412 Lambing Management ANNU 260 Animal Nutrition ANPR 336 Dairy Cattle History Selection. ANPR 341 and ANPR 343 Beef Production and Lab ANPR 350 Milk Production ANPR 367 and ANPR 369 Poultry Production. Students who major in Agribusiness Management who want to focus on the food industry should follow this. Food Science and Technology Track Student will be able to declare a Minor in Food Science and. Technology,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 150 GEF 4 3 AGEE 110 3. ENGL 101 GEF 1 3 GEF 5 6 or 7 3,GEF 2B BIOL 101 103 4 GEF 5 6 or 7 3. GEF 5 6 or 7 3 Free Elective 3,WVUE 191 Orientation 1 STAT 111 GEF 3 3. Credit hours 14 Credit hours 15,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 110 3 ECON 202 3,ARE 204 3 CHEM 111 4,ENGL 102 GEF 1 3 Restricted elective 3. FDST 200 Restricted elective 3 Free elective 6,Free elective 3. Credit hours 15 Credit hours 16,FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs. ARE 360 3 ARE 431 3,ARE 382 3 ARE 482 3,ARE 494 1 HN F 171 Restricted elective 3. FDST 308 Restricted elective 3 Restricted elective 3. Restricted elective 3 Free elective 2,Free elective 3. Credit hours 16 Credit hours 14,SUMMER ARE 491 University Capstone 3 credit hours. FALL Cr Hrs SPRING Cr Hrs,ARE 421 or equivalent 3 ARE 484 3. FDST 365 Restricted elective 3 ARE 461 3, FDST 367 Restricted elective 1 FDST 445 Restricted elective 3. Restricted elective 4 FDST 449 Restricted elective 1. Free elective 3 Free elective 3,Credit hours 14 Credit hours 13. FDST 200 Food Science and Technology FDST 308 Food Plant Sanitation FDST 365 and FDST 367 Muscle Foods Technology. and Lab FDST 445 and FDST 449 Food Microbiology and Lab HN F 171 Introduction to Human Nutrition. http catalog wvu edu undergraduate minors food science and technology.
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