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Viticulture and Enology

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Viticulture and Enology(122 Hours)

The Viticulture and Enology major was created for students interested in wine-grape growing and winemaking, as well as contributing to critical research and development opportunities in the wine industry. This program offers the technical, scientific, and practical experience needed to gain the essential skills for producing high quality grapes and premium table wines. It prepares students for successful careers in the wine industry in Washington and beyond.
First Year
First TermHours
Chem 105 [P] (GER)4
Engl 101 [W] (GER)3
GenEd 110 [A] or 111 [A] (GER)3
Hort 1023
Math 140 [N] (GER)4
Second TermHours
Biol 106 [B] (GER)4
Chem 106 [P] (GER) 4
H D 205 [C] or ComSt 102 [C] (GER)3 or 4
Hort 2024
Second Year
First TermHours
Biol 120 [B] or 107 [B] (GER)4
Chem 3454
GenEd 110 [A] or 111 [A] (GER)3
V E 1133
Second TermHours
Anth 203 [K] or Anth 309 [K] (GER)3
Arts & Humanities [H,G] (GER)13
EconS 101 [S] or EconS 102 [S] (GER)3
SoilS 201 [B]3
Stat 212 [N] (GER)4
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
Arts & Humanities [H,G] or Social Sciences [S,K] (GER)13
Biol 320, or Biol 318 and Biol 3194
MBioS 3034
Pl P 3002
V E 3133
Second TermHours
Entom 34023
IPM 45232
MBioS 3053
Tier III Course [T] (GER)13
V E 4133
Third TermHours
V E 399 or 4962
Fourth Year
First TermHours
Specialization Electives46
V E 3263
V E 4091
V E 4653
Second TermHours
Hort 4163
Hort 425 [M]3
Specialization Electives43
V E 4223
V E 435 or 4883

Footnotes

1One of the Arts & Humanities or Social Sciences courses [H,G,S,K], or the Tier III [T] course should be double-designated as a Diversity [D] course.
2ENTOM 343 can be taken as an alternative to ENTOM 340.
3IPM 201 can be taken as an alternative to IPM 452.
4Specialization Electives for V&E Major--(Choose a minimum of 12 credits, including one [M] from the following lists, advisor approval required)--VIT ENOL, FS, and HORT Electives: VIT ENOL 435, 466, 488, FS 303 [M], 416, 460, 462, 470, HORT 251, 322, 418 [M], or 421 [M]. --Other Electives: AGTM 315, 433 [M], CHEM 220/222, CROP SCI 305, 403 [M], ECONS 351, ENVR SCI 486, GEOLOGY 322, 323, HBM 350, MBIOS 301, 306, MKTG 360, SOIL SCI 301 [M], 345, 374, 414, 415, 421, 441, 442, or 468.
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