AA&S Degree – Concentration in Agriculture

This curriculum is designed for students interested in transferring to a four-year institution in degree programs such as agriculture, agronomy, animal science, agriculture engineering, natural resources and environmental sciences. The listed sequence of courses provides guidance for students so that they can complete this ​​program of study in the most efficient manner. This sequence assumes that students have met college academic placement and/or other program requirements. Students are strongly urged to contact a college advisor for assistance in developing their plan for enrolling in courses to meet the program of study.

HUM 110 Graduation Portfolio Development , is a required course for all students in this program. This program is part of the Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources Career Cluster.

Agriculture: 64 Credit Hours
Firs​​t Semester Credit Hrs.
BIO105 Biology I 4
ENG101 Composition I 3
MAT132 Statistics or higher 3
  Agriculture Electives 4
  Humanities & Fine Arts Electives 3
Second Semester Credit Hrs.
BIO106 Biology II 4
ENG102 Composition II 3
BUS 250 Principles of Micro-Economics 3
  Agriculture Electives 3
  Humanities & Fine Arts Electives 3
Third Semester Credit Hrs.
CHE170 College Chemistry I 5
COM103 Speech Communication 3
  Agriculture Electives 4
  Humanities & Fine Arts Electives 3
  Electives 1
Fourth Semester Credit Hrs.
CHE180 College Chemistry II 5
BUS251 Principles of Macro-Economics 3
HUM110 Degree Portfolio Development 1
  Mathematics Electives 3
  Social & Behavioral Sciences Electives (Not Economics) 3
Electives Credit Hrs.
AG 100 Intro to Agricultural Economics 4
AG 101 Intro to Ag Mechanization 3
AG 102 Intro to Crop Science 4
AG 103 Intro to Soil Science 4
AG 104 Intro to Animal Science 3
AG 105 Intro to Horticultural Science 3
AG 106 Computers in Agriculture 3
Agriculture electives should be selected based on the requirements at the transfer institution.

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