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This curriculum provides students with classroom instruction, technical knowledge and hands-on experience in animal science, farm maintenance, mechanics, soil science and environmental and natural resources management, sustainable agriculture, field crop production, pest management, soil and water management, agriculture economics and marketing related to the agricultural industry.
Also included is an internship program to provide students with real hands-on experiences in the agriculture industry.
|GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES|
|ART 101||Art History and Appreciation||3.0|
|ENG 165||Professional Communication
or ENG 101 English Composition I
|MAT 170||Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry I
or MAT 120 Probability and Statistics
|PSY 103||Human Relations
or PSY 201 General Psychology
|SPC 205||Public Speaking||3.0|
|REQUIRED CORE SUBJECT AREAS|
|AGR 201||Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture||3.0|
|AGR 203||Introduction to Animal Science||4.0|
|AGR 206||Basic Farm Maintenance||4.0|
|AGR 207||Field Crop Production||3.0|
|HRT 127||Soil and Water Management||4.0|
|OTHER COURSES REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION|
|AGR 204||Introduction to Plant Science||3.0|
|AGR 205||Pest Management
or HRT 144 Plant Pests
|AGR 208||Introduction to Agriculture Economics||3.0|
|AGR 209||Introduction to Agriculture Marketing||3.0|
|AGR 211||Applied Agriculture Calculations||3.0|
|AGR 212||Advanced Animal Science||4.0|
|BIO 101||Biological Science I
or HRT 110 Plant Form and Function
|BUS 101||Introduction to Business
or ACC 101 Accounting Principles I
|CWE101||Cooperative Work Experience Preparation||1.0|
|CWE115||Cooperative Work Experience I||5.0|
|FOR 104||Introduction to Environmental and Natural Resources||1.0|
|Total Credit Hours||66.0|
|* Students wishing to transfer to a 4-year college should consult advisor for possible higher-level requirements and for other transferable course information.|
The Diversified Agriculture program provides students with advanced technical knowledge in sustainable agriculture, field crop production, pest management, soil and water management, hydraulics & pneumatics, agriculture economics and marketing related to the agricultural industry. Also included is an internship program to provide students with real hands-on experiences in the agriculture industry.
You can find the name of your assigned academic advisor by reviewing Degree Works, your Class Schedule, or by visiting the Advising webpage.
You may contact Roger Estridge (at the Saluda Campus) for information about this program.
You may also contact Daniel Greenwell for information about this program.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to submit advising information updates and corrections.
Advisement Information updated/reviewed 8/2019.