General Requirements
Core Curriculum22
Major Studies
ECONOMIC 2130Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECONOMIC 2230Principles of Microeconomics3
PHLSPHY 2540Science, Technology, and Ethics3
ACCTING 2010Financial Accounting3
ENGLISH 3000Technical Writing3
AGBUS 1500Introduction to Agribusiness3
or BUSADMIN 2330 Leadership and Management
GEOGRPHY 3330Environmental Conservation3
or ENERGY 3130 Sustainability: Ecology, Resources and Practice
ENERGY 2130Energy, Environment, and Society3
ENERGY 2340Fundamentals of Energy Sources4
ENERGY 3230Biorenewable Resources3
ENERGY 3330Energy Conversion, Transportation, and Storage Systems3
ENERGY 3430Green Building Design3
ENERGY 3580Principles of Project Management and Sustainable Development3
ENERGY 3950Renewable Energy Cooperative Education2
or ENERGY 3970 Renewable Energy Internship
ENERGY 4620Instrumentation, Monitoring and Controls2
ENERGY 4920Research or Design Project on Renewables2
Electives
Select two of the following courses:6
ENERGY 4130Sustainability Policy and Practice3
ENERGY 4430Building Energy Management3
ENERGY 4980Current Topics in Energy1-3
Emphasis
Select one of the following emphases
Total Credits81-83

Development and Management Emphasis

Required Courses
MATH 1830Elementary Statistics3
MATH 2630Calculus with Applications3-4
or MATH 2640 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
Select one of the following options:5-8
Option 1:
Survey of General Chemistry
Option 2:
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry II
Option 3:
Chemistry for Engineers
Select one of the following options:8-10
Option 1:
Introductory Physics I
and Introductory Physics II
Option 2:
General Physics I
and General Physics II
ACCTING 2020Management Accounting3
Agricultural Marketing
Introduction to Marketing
Agricultural Prices and Risk Management
Risk Management
BUSADMIN 3620Corporate Finance3
Concentration
Select 12 credits of 2000 level or higher from any degree granting program other than Business or Agribusiness. Instead of concentrations in Business or Agribusiness, a minor is required to satisfy this requirement12
Total Credits37-43

Design and Analysis Emphasis

Required Courses
MATH 2640Calculus and Analytic Geometry I4
MATH 2740Calculus and Analytic Geometry II4
MATH 4030Statistical Methods with Applications3
Select one of the following options:5-8
Option 1:
Chemistry for Engineers
Option 2:
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry II
Select one of the following options:5-10
Option 1:
General Physics I
and General Physics II
Option 2:
Introductory Physics I
and Introductory Physics II
GENENG 1320Engineering Computer Graphics2
or GENENG 2030 Engineering Modeling and Design
GENENG 2130Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
GENENG 2230Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics3
GENENG 2630Basic Thermoscience for Engineers3
GENENG 2820Engineering Economy2
GENENG 2930Applications of Electrical Engineering3
or ELECTENG 2210 Circuit Modeling II
Concentration
Select 12 credits of 3000 level or higher from any degree granting program within the College of EMS12
Total Credits49-57