Agricultural Education Communications, Leadership, and Extension Options

Freshman YearCredits
WRIT 101W - College Writing I3    
ECNS 101IS - Economic Way of Thinking3    
NRSM 101 - Natural Resource Conservation3    
NRSM 102 - Montana Range Plants1    
M 121Q - College Algebra3    
AGSC 101 - Introduction to Agricultural and Environmental Resources1    
ANSC 100 - Introduction to Animal Science  3  
AGED 105 - Microcomputers in Agriculture  3  
CHMY 121IN - Introduction to General Chemistry  3  
CHMY 122IN - Introduction to General Chemistry Lab  1  
HLD 121US - Leadership Foundations  3  
Core A  3  
Year Total: 14 16  
Sophomore YearCredits
WRIT 221 - Intermediate Tech Writing3    
BIOB 160 - Principles of Living Systems4    
TE 250CS - Technology and Society3    
ENSC 245IN - Soils3    
Core D3    
AGBE 210IS - Economics of Ag Business  3  
ECNS 204IS - Microeconomics  3  
BIOB 110CS - Plant Science
or SFBS 146 - Introduction to Sustainable Food and Bioenergy Systems
HDFS 101IS - Indiv and Fam Dev: Lifespan  3  
Core H  3  
Year Total: 16 15  
Junior YearCredits
BIOB 318 - Biometry3    
AGED 312R - Communicating Agriculture3    
BMKT 325 - Principles of Marketing3    
AGED 333 - Construction Technology
or TE 332 - Remote and Autonomous Aircraft Systems
Track Elective 3    
AGED 363 - Agricultural Youth Event Planning & Management  3  
AGED 309 - Philosophy and Programs in Extension  3  
AGED 315 - Electrical and Power Systems Operation
or AGTE 330 - Alternative Power & Energy Technology
Track Elective  3  
AGED 498 - Internship    4-8
Year Total: 15 12 4-8
Senior YearCredits
AGED 482 - Non-Formal Teaching Methods in Agriculture3    
Track Elective3    
Free Elective 4    
LSCI 437 - Social Media Practices
or BMKT 420 - Integrated Online Marketing
or BMKT 343 - Integrated Marketing Communication
AGBE 337 - Agricultural Law
or AGBE 353 - Co-operative Business Principles and Practice
AGED 401 - Agricultural Issues and Research  3  
AGSC 402 - Enhancing Women's Roles in Agriculture and Natural Resources
or AGSC 491 - Special Topics
Track Elective (300 or 400 level)  3  
HLD 302 - Leadership Capstone  1  
Track Elective  3  
Year Total: 16 12  
Total Program Credits: 120

AGED-CLE Track Electives

Leadership Track Electives: Choose 5 courses (15 credits) from the list below.
SOCI 101ISIntroduction to Sociology3
HLD 121USLeadership Foundations3
HLD 206Leading Adaptively in a Complex World3
HLD 221Critical Thinking, Writing and Leading3
HLD 302Leadership Capstone1
HLD 391Special Topics3
HLD 491Special Topics3
ACTG 101Accounting Procedures I4
BMGT 335Management and Organization3
BMGT 366Leading and Managing People3
BMGT 406Negotiation/Dispute Resolution3
BMGT 410Sustainable Business Practices3
BMGT 469Community Entrepreneurship & Nonprofit Management3
BMKT 337Consumer Behavior3
BMKT 436Sales and Sales Management3
Communications Track Electives: Choose 5 courses (15 credits) from the list below.
FILM 100IHIntro to Film & Photography3
PHOT 154IAExploring Digital Photography3
CRWR 240RAIntroduction to Creative Writing3
CS 145RAWeb Design3
FILM 253Television Production3
BMKT 337Consumer Behavior3
BMKT 343Integrated Marketing Communication3
BMKT 436Sales and Sales Management3
WRIT 371Digital Rhetorics and Multimodal Writing3
WRIT 372Science Writing for Popular Non-Fiction3
WRIT 373News and Pub Relations Writing3
WRIT 374Magazine Editing3

Extension Education Track Electives: Choose 5 courses (15 credits) from the list below.
AGSC 342Forages3
ANSC 202Livestock Feeding & Nutrition3
ANSC 222Livestock in Sustain Systems3
ANSC 265Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals - Lecture3
ANSC 266Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals - Lab1
ACTG 101Accounting Procedures I4
BIOO 262INIntroduction to Entomology3
BMGT 335Management and Organization3
EDU 370Integrating Tech into Educ3
EDU 222ISEduc Psych & Child Development3
EDU 223ISEduc Psych and Adolescent Dev3
HDFS 263Relationships and Fam Systems3
HDFS 315Communication and Marketing in Community Education3
HORT 245Plant Propagation3
NRSM 240Natural Resource Ecology3
NRSM 421Holistic Thought/Mgmt4

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.  Track electives should be chosen from appropriate track course list. Students in all options will receive a Leadership Fellows Certificate.