Download the USAL Degree Plan (Environmental Business)
A University Studies Degree is different from a traditional “major” because it consists of a concentration of 21-24 hours and two minors of 15-18 hours each. The student’s diploma will list “University Studies” where the major is currently listed. The area of concentration and the two minors will be listed on their transcript.
The degree offered with the plant pathology department is Environmental Business as the area of concentration and minors in (A) Rangeland Ecology & Management and (B) Business.
The Environmental Business concentration draws from the Bioenvironmental Sciences degree, but it lacks the larger number of foundational life science courses. The result is a well-rounded and marketable degree with an overview of environmental issues and business administration principals.
The Texas A&M Advantage:
- Enjoy the flexibility of a “customizable” degree that combines your areas of special interest
- Boast a unique combination unlike any other degree at Texas A&M University – a blend of environmental science and business coursework
Sam Murdock, Academic Advisor
Room 101 Peterson
Phone: (979) 845-2388
Fax: (979) 845-6483