Business Administration with agricultural emphasis
UNM-Valencia, partnered with New Mexico State University, has created a pathway for students interested in studying agriculture. Students can now complete a series of courses for an associate degree in Business Administration at UNM-Valencia and transfer to NMSU to complete a bachelor’s degree.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 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’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.
Program Degree Requirements
Writing and Speaking: 6 credits
|ENGL 1120 (Composition II)||3|
|ENGL 2210 (Professional and Technical Communication)||3|
Arts and Design: 3 credits
|Select one course from the UNM Core curriculum in Arts and Design.|
Second Language: 3 credits
|Select one course from the UNM Core curriculum in Second Language.|
Mathematics and Statistics (3 credits)
|MATH 1350 (Introduction to Statistics)||3|
Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 credits
|ECON 2110 (Macroeconomic Principles) ||3|
Humanities: 3 credits
|Select one course from the UNM Core curriculum in Humanities.|
Physical and Natural Sciences: 4 credits
Select one course from the UNM Core curriculum in Physical and Natural Sciences, which must include a lab.
Student Choice: 6 credits
|COMM 1130 (Public Speaking)||3|
|ECON 2120 (Microeconomic Principles)||3|
Business Administration Core Requirements: 30 credits
|MATH 1430 (Applications of Calculus)||3|
|ACCT 2110X (Principles of Accounting 1A)||3|
|ACCT 2110Y (Principles of Accounting 1B)||3|
|BCIS 1110 (Introduction to Information Systems)||3|
|BUSA 1110 (Introduction to Business)||3|
|BUSA 2220 (Human Resource Management)||3|
|MKTG 2110 (Introduction to Marketing)||3|
|ENTR 1110 (Introduction to Entrepreneurship)||3|
|BFIN 2110 (Introduction to Finance)||3|
|BUSA 2260 (Introduction to Strategy)||3|
Total Required: 61 credits