Baccalaureate stage:

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources awards a bachelor’s degree in agricultural sciences with a major in economics, agricultural extension and rural society, after studying the courses that qualify to enter the program, namely.

1 – Elective Courses:

The following table shows the elective courses studied by first and second level students, on the basis of which admission to the Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences program is determined (representing 9 credit hours).

Code and Number 

Courses

Hours

Academic

Practical

credit hours

A S G 103

Agricultural Economics (entrance)

2 2 3
A S G 205

Agricultural extension

2 2 3
A S G 103

Economics of natural and environmental 

2 2 3