Feb 04, 2023
Students who start their career at Great Basin College may complete a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Agricultural Science by following the course of study described below.
GBC Program to be completed - Associate of Science
- A candidate for a bachelor’s degree must earn a minimum of 120 units, at least 40 of which must be in courses numbered 300 or above. A minimum of 60 units must be taken at a 4-year institution with a minimum of 30 units (300-level or above) in residence at the University of Nevada, Reno.
- Students who graduate from a Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) community college with an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or an Associate of Business degree automatically fulfill lower-division general education requirements (CO1-8) at the University unless specific general education courses are required for completion of the student’s major program.
- To find out how other courses transfer, visit the course equivalency guide.
- See the Agricultural Science, B.S. program description for more information on degree requirements.
NOTE: This transfer agreement has been created specifically for the programs listed above and only applies to students who complete the associate’s degree listed. If the associate’s degree is not earned, or a new program is selected, the transfer and articulation of listed courses, as well as fulfilled degree requirements, could be impacted.
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To ensure a successful transition to the University and graduation in four years, students must work with academic advisors at UNR and GBC throughout their career.
Students may earn an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science or Associate of Business degree after transferring to the University via reverse transfer . Talk with an academic advisor at GBC and/or UNR about this opportunity.
The Co-Admission program may provide the least costly route to a bachelors degree, including personalized academic advising from both institutions, certainty on how your specific courses will transfer and the exchange of transcripts between institutions at no additional cost to you.
Recommended Schedule - Plant Science Emphasis
For information about the Core Objectives (CO) 1-14, please visit the Core Curriculum chapter in the catalog.
Associate’s First Semester (16 units)
- ENG 101 - Composition I (3 units)
- MATH 126 - Pre-Calculus I (3 units) CO2
- Oral Communication (3 units)
- BIOL 190 - Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology (4 units) (Scientific Reasoning)
- Fine Arts (3 units) Recommended:
- ART 100 - Visual Foundations (3 units) CO7 OR
- ART 101 - Drawing I (3 units) CO7
Associate’s Second Semester (14 units)
- ENG 102 - Composition II (3 units) CO1, CO3
- MATH 127 - Pre-Calculus II (3 units) CO2 *
- BIOL 191 - Introduction to Organism Biology (4 units) CO4 (Scientific Data Interpretation) *
- CHEM 121 - General Chemistry (4 units) CO4L*
Associate’s Third Semester (15 units)
- Humanities (3 units) Recommended: HIST 105 or HIST 106
- STAT 152 - Introduction to Statistics (3 units) CO2 (Foundations: Mathematics) *
- Technological Proficiency (3 units) Recommended: IS 101- Introduction to Information Systems *
- CHEM 122 - General Chemistry II (4 units) * CO4L, CO9
- Elective (2 units)
Associate’s Fourth Semester (15 units)
- AGSC 110 - Introduction to Agriculture Management (3 units)
- Structure of Societies (3 units) Recommended:
- ECON 102 - Principles of Microeconomics (3 units) CO6 *
- PSC 101 - American Politics: Process and Behavior (3 units)
- BIOL 300 - Principles of Genetics (3 units) *
- Electives (3 units)
Bachelor’s Fifth Semester (16 units)
Bachelor’s Sixth Semester (16 units)
Bachelor’s Seventh Semester (14 units)
Bachelor’s Eighth Semester (16 units)
* Course fulfills specific program requirements for the bachelor’s degree.
** Students must complete the course at UNR. Please see the Silver State Transfer Program or reverse transfer link listed above in the Contact Information section.
Disclaimer: The provisions of this transfer agreement do not constitute a contract, expressed or implied, between any applicant or student and the University of Nevada, Reno. The university reserves the right to make changes in degree requirements, degree offerings, schedules, course offerings, and other university standards to meet circumstances which may arise after publishing this information online.