TRANSFER OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES CREDITS

 

 From Vincennes University

The following Agriculture courses at Vincennes University are transferable to Purdue University and applicable to College of Agriculture plans of study subject to specifications of the academic major.

 

Vincennes University

Purdue University

 

 

(1) AGRI 100 (Agricultural Lectures)

(1) AGR 1XXXX (Agricultural Lectures)

(3) AGRI 101 (Introductory Agricultural Business and Economics)

(3) AGEC 20300 (Introductory Microeconomics for Food and Agribusiness)

(2) AGRI 102 (Introduction to Soil Evaluation)

(2) AGRY 1XXXX (Introduction to Soil Evaluation)

(3) AGRI 103 (Fundamentals of Horticulture)

(3) HORT 10200 (Fundamentals of Horticulture)

(3) AGRI 104 (Crop Production)

(3) AGRY 10500 (Crop Production)

(3) AGRI 106 (Animal Agriculture)

3) ANSC 10100 (Animal Agriculture)

(3) AGRI 201 (Management of Business Related to Agriculture

(3) AGEC 33000 (Management Methods for Agricultural Business)

(1) AGRI 202 (Soil Evaluation)

(1) AGRY 2XXXX (Soil Evaluation)

(3) AGRI 203 (Plant Propagation)

(3) HORT 20100 (Plant Propagation)

(3) AGRI 204 (Soil Science)

(3) AGRY 25500 (Soil Science)

(3) AGRI 206 (Principles of Animal Nutrition)

(3) ANSC 22100 (Principles of Animal Nutrition)

(3) AGRI 207 (General Entomology)

(2) ENTM 20600 (General Entomology) and (1) ENTM 20700 (General Entomology Laboratory)

(4) AGRI 208 (Genetics)

(3) AGRY 32000 (Genetics) and (1) AGRY 32100 (Genetics Laboratory)

(3) AGRI 225 (Dendrology)

(3) FNR 22500 (Dendrology)

  Note that Agribusiness (AGBS and BAG) credits and Horticulture Technology (HORT) credits transfer to Purdue University as undistributed credits, but are not applicable to fulfill requirements or electives in College of Agriculture undergraduate plans of study.


 From Ivy Tech Community College

The following Agriculture courses offered by Ivy Tech Community College are transferable to Purdue University and applicable to College of Agriculture plans of study subject to specifications of the academic major.

 

Ivy Tech Community College

Purdue University

 

 

(3) AGRI 110 (Introductory Agricultural Business and Economics)

(3) AGEC 20300 (Introductory Microeconomics for Food and Agribusiness)

(3) AGRI 111 (Introduction to Crop Production)

(3) AGRY 10500 (Crop Production)

(3) AGRI 112 ( Fundamentals of Horticulture)

(3) HORT 10100 (Fundamentals of Horticulture)

(3) AGRI 113 (Introduction to Animal Science)

(3) ANSC 10200 (Introduction to Animal Agriculture)

(3) AGRI 114 (Introduction to Agricultural Systems)

(3) ASM 10400 (Introduction to Agricultural Systems)

(3) AGRI 201 (Communicating Across Cultures)

(3) AGR 20100 (Communicating Across Cultures)

(3) AGRI 205 (Animal Nutrition)

(3) ANSC 22100 (Animal Nutrition)

(3) AGRI 210 (Management Methods for Agricultural Business)

(3) AGEC 33000 (Management Methods for Agricultural Business)

Indiana Colleges and Universities Other Than Purdue Regional Campuses, Ivy Tech Community College, and Vincennes University

Credits in Agriculture and Natural Resources courses completed at these colleges will be forwarded by the Purdue credit evaluation staff to the College of Agriculture for evaluation.  If credits are granted, they will be included in a credit evaluation report and posted to your Purdue academic record. Use of transfer credits to fulfill academic requirements will be determined by your academic advisor.

U.S. Land-Grant Colleges and Universities (1862 Morrill Act)

Credits in Agriculture and Natural Resources courses taken at U.S. Land-Grant Colleges and Universities established under the provisions of the 1862 Morrill Act are transferable to Purdue University and are applicable in College of Agriculture plans of study subject to specifications of the academic major.

Credits for these courses will be evaluated by the Purdue credit evaluation staff in the Office of Admissions in the same manner as for other courses on the academic transcript.  Use of transfer credits to fulfill academic requirements will be determined by your academic advisor.

U.S. Colleges and Universities Other Than Land-Grant Colleges and Universities (1862 Morrill Act)

If the credits earned in Agriculture and Natural Resources courses will transfer to the Land Grant College – 1862 Morrill Act in the state in which they were earned and are usable in the college of agriculture and natural resources academic majors at that university, they will transfer to the Purdue College of Agriculture.  (Example:  If Agriculture and Natural Resources credits will transfer from Joliet Junior College (IL) to the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (IL) and can be used in majors offered by the College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences, they will transfer to the Purdue College of Agriculture. Use of transfer credits to fulfill academic requirements will be determined by your academic advisor.

Foreign Universities

Credits earned in Agriculture and Natural Resources courses at foreign universities will be evaluated by staff in the Purdue Office of International Students and Scholars. If credits are granted, they will be included in a credit evaluation report and posted to your Purdue academic record. Use of transfer credits to fulfill academic requirements will be determined by your academic advisor.

[Note – Purdue students who participate in an approved Study Abroad Program and take courses at foreign universities will have course equivalencies determined by the appropriate Purdue college or academic department.]