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Program Description

UNM-Valencia, partnered with New Mexico State University, has created pathways for students interested in studying agriculture. Students can now complete a series of courses for an associate degree in General Science at UNM-Valencia related to their “area of interest” and transfer to NMSU to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Contact

If you are interested in studying agriculture, UNM-Valencia advisors can help, and they will help you choose the correct classes within the degree plan. Then, when you successfully complete your associate degree, you can transfer to NMSU to complete your bachelor’s degree. For more information, contact the Advisement Office at 925.8560 or vcadvise@unm.edu.

Degree guidelines

  • The transfer of credits from UNM-Valencia to NMSU must follow the rules of each college’s catalog.   
  • A grade of “C” or above must be earned in UNM-Valencia courses.
  • Transferring students must successfully meet all requirements for admission to NMSU and to the appropriate degree program in NMSU’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

Program Degree Requirements

Communication: 9-10 credits
ENGL 110 (Accelerated Composition) or 112 (Composition II) or 113 (Enhanced Composition)3 or 3 or 4
ENGL 119 (Technical Communications)3
CJ 130 (Public Speaking)3
Mathematics (6 credits)
MATH 120 (Intermediate Algebra)3
STAT 145 (Introduction to Statistics)3
Social and Behavioral Sciences: 6 credits
ECON 105 (Introductory Macroeconomics)3
ECON 106 (Introductory Microeconomics)3
Select one course from the N.M. Core Curriculum in Social/Behavioral Sciences.
Humanities and Fine Arts: 6 credits
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Select two courses from the UNM Core curriculum in Humanities and Fine Arts.
Laboratory Science: 8 credits
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Select two courses from the N.M. Core Curriculum in Laboratory Science.

Electives: 25 credits
MGMT 101
3
SPAN 1013
SPAN 1023
Select two courses from the UNM Core curriculum.

 

Total Required: 60 credits