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BS in Viticulture and Enology (Tri-Cities Only)

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BS in Viticulture and Enology (Tri-Cities Only) (120 Credits)

Offered exclusively at the Tri-Cities campus, the BS in Viticulture and Enology prepares students for successful careers in the wine industry in Washington and beyond.

A WSU Tri Cities student may be admitted to the Viticulture and Enology degree program upon making their intention known to the department. Students from other campuses may work with a V&E advisor, and begin taking courses but acceptance to WSU Tri-Cities is required before admission to the major is granted.
First Year
First TermCredits
CHEM 101 [PSCI] or 105 [PSCI]4
ECONS 101 [SSCI] or 102 [SSCI]3
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
MATH 103 or 10613
VIT ENOL 1133
Second TermCredits
CHEM 102 or 1064
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG]3
SOIL SCI 2013
STAT 212 [QUAN]4
Second Year
First TermCredits
BIOLOGY 120 [BSCI]4
CHEM 3454
Communication [COMM] or Written Communication [WRTG]23 or 4
Electives3
Second TermCredits
Arts [ARTS]3
BIOLOGY 1074
Diversity [DIVR]3
Humanities [HUM]3
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermCredits
BIOLOGY 4203
ENTOM 343 [M]3
HORT/VIT ENOL 3133
MBIOS 10134
PL P 30042
Second TermCredits
ENTOM 3513
HORT/VIT ENOL 4133
MBIOS 303 or CHEM 3704 or 3
Specialization Electives53
Electives3
Third TermCredits
(Summer Session) HORT/VIT ENOL 399, FS/VIT ENOL 496, or FS 4012
Fourth Year
First TermCredits
FS/VIT ENOL 4653
HORT 418 [M]3
HORT/VIT ENOL 4091
HORT/VIT ENOL 4353
Specialization Electives53
Electives2 or 3
Second TermCredits
HORT 41663
VIT ENOL 4223
VIT ENOL 433 [CAPS] [M]3
VIT ENOL/HORT 4403
Specialization Electives53

Footnotes
1MATH 106 is recommended.
2COM 102 or H D 205 recommended.
3MBIOS 305 can be taken as an alternative to MBIOS 101.
4PL P 429 can be taken as an alternative, but PL P 300 is recommended. PL P 300 is offered Even Years – Fall.
5Specialization Electives (9 credits): Approved courses include HBM 350, 358; HORT 102*, 202*, 310, 320, 421, 495, 499; MATH 106*, 140; MBIOS 301, 306; MKTG 360; PHYSICS 101; SOE 322; SOIL SCI 302 [M], 374, 441, 468, or as approved by advisor. *Recommended.
6CROP SCI 411 [M] can be taken in the fall as an alternative to HORT 416.

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