Natural Sciences Division
The program of courses in Agriculture is designed to enable students to prepare for a career in this essential and diverse profession. The department offers a comprehensive Agricultural Sciences program and is unique in that most courses provide hands-on experiences designed to give the students a combination of practical skills and technical knowledge.
The following programs list all courses needed to satisfy major requirements. Students may obtain certificates upon completion of required courses listed. Additional courses needed for completion of the Degree are listed in this catalog. It is recommended that all students consult with the department chairperson, faculty advisor, or counselor to file an educational plan.
These programs are intended to prepare students for employment following graduation. Students desiring a bachelor’s degree should consult with the department chairperson, counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses. The curriculum is flexible in nature to allow for previous experience and specialization in a given area of agriculture and agricultural business.
This degree requires the completion of General Education coursework plus the following:
|AGAG 1||Food Production, Land Use, and Politics - A Global Perspective||3|
|AGAG 91||Agricultural Calculations||3|
|AGAN 1||Animal Science||3|
|AGOR 1||Horticultural Science||3|
|AGOR 32||Landscaping and Nursery Management||3|
|AGOR 56||Engine Diagnostics||3|
|AGOR 71||Construction Fundamentals||3|
|Choose three from the following:||9-10|
|Horse Production and Management|
|Integrated Pest Management|
|Irrigation Principles and Design|
|Pet Shop Management|
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, a student will:
- Be able to demonstrate an understanding of the interdependence of world agriculture systems.
- Demonstrate professional conduct in the industry.
- Be able to give a professional quality oral presentation.
Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.