Agricultural Science and Technology (AS Degree S0853)
Natural Sciences Division
The A.S. in Agricultural Science and Technology is designed to enable students to prepare for a career in this essential and diverse profession. It is also ideal for those who desire a career in agricultural education. The curriculum is flexible in nature to allow for previous experience and specialization in a given area of agriculture. The program is unique in that most courses provide hands-on experiences designed to give the students a combination of practical skills and technical knowledge.
This program is intended to prepare students for employment following graduation or to transfer to a university. Students desiring a bachelor's degree should consult with the department chairperson, counselor or advisor to discuss transferability of courses.
Upon completion of the A.S. in Agricultural Science and Technology degree students will understand the foundations of agriculture, animal production practices, plant production practices, soil science, crop nutrition, crop pest and disease control, and the operation of agricultural equipment. Students will be prepared for careers within a wide variety of specializations in the field of agriculture. This degree also prepares students with the foundational knowledge necessary to pursue baccalaureate degrees in Agriculture, Agricultural and Environmental Plant Sciences, Agricultural Science, Animal Science, Plant Science, Agriculture Education, Agriculture Studies or related majors.
|Food Production, Land Use, and Politics - A Global Perspective
|Plant Propagation/Greenhouse Management
|Soil Science and Management
|Tractor and Landscape Equipment Operations
|Animal Nutrition Laboratory
|Choose three courses from the following:
|Integrated Pest Management
|Landscaping and Nursery Management
|Turf Grass Production and Management
|Small Engine Repair I
|Irrigation Principles and Design
|Horse Production and Management
|Animal Handling and Restraint 1
|Introduction to Welding
Students must provide documentation of up-to-date rabies vaccination series or titer prior to being enrolled, as required by BP & AP 5210 and requirements mandated by American Veterinary Medical Association. Instructions on submitting documentation are available at document submission instructions. Additional information available at CDC information and AVMA accreditation policies.
Program Learning Outcomes
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