The Agricultural Management and Technology program is designed for individuals who are looking to advance their career opportunities and obtain practical, hands-on work experience through agricultural internships. Students will have the option to complete a one-year certificate program or a two-year associate degree program.
Why study agriculture?
This program prepares students for rewarding opportunities in the growing field of agriculture by providing them with quality education and training and practical work experience.
There are many employment opportunities with agronomy centers, farming or ranching operations, grain elevators, equipment and parts dealerships, state/federal agencies and numerous other employers in the agriculture industry.
Focused courses for your degree
This program allows students the opportunity to focus on one (or more) of the following options: Livestock Production, Crop Production, Specialty Crop Production and Agribusiness.
- Intro. to Animal Science
- Feeds and Feeding
- Intro. to Range Management
- Livestock Production
- Range Plants and Communities
- Intro. to Agribusiness Management
- Agribusiness Sales
- Intro. to Agriculture Marketing
- Intro. to Agriculture Finance
- Entrepreneurship in Agriculture
- Intro. to Precision Agriculture
- Crop Scouting
- Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
- Principles of Crop Production
- Intro. to Weed Science
Specialty Crop Production
- Specialty Crop Farming
- Specialty Crop Marketing
- Horticulture Science
- Greenhouse Operations
- Aquaponics Production