Agriculture

AA/AS – 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. This program is part of the Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources Career Cluster.

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.

Agriculture: 64 Credit Hours
Fall Semester Courses Credit Hrs.
BIO105Principles of Biology I4
ENG101Composition I3
MAT132Statistics or higher3
 Agriculture Electives4
 Humanities & Fine Arts3
  17
Spring Semester Courses Credit Hrs.
BIO106Principles of Biology II4
ENG102Composition II3
BUS 250Principles of Micro-Economics3
 Agriculture Electives3
 Humanities & Fine Arts3
  16
Fall Semester – Suggested Courses Credit Hrs.
CHE170College Chemistry I5
COM103Speech Communication3
 Agriculture Electives4
 Humanities & Fine Arts3
 Electives2
  17
Spring Semester Courses Credit Hrs.
CHE180College Chemistry II5
BUS251Principles of Macro-Economics3
 Mathematics Electives3
 Social & Behavioral Sciences Electives (Not Economics)3
  14
Electives Credit Hrs.
AG 100Intro to Agricultural Economics & Agri-Business4
AG 101Introduction to Ag Mechanization3
AG 102Introduction to Crop Science4
AG 103Introduction to Soil Science4
AG 104Introduction to Animal Science3
AG 105Introduction to Horticultural Science3
AG 106Introduction to Microcomputer Skills in Agriculture3
Agriculture electives should be selected based on the requirements at the transfer institution.
Students must complete at least one IAI approved math course. Science requirements include at least one IAI life science and one IAI physical science, and one of those must be a lab science. Additional math and/or science courses are needed to complete general education requirements for the AA/AS degrees.

Faculty

Jeff Bash
Jeff Bash
jeff.bash@src.edu

Michael Woods
Michael Woods
michael.woods.1@src.edu​​