The curriculum in agriculture is designed to provide the first two years of study for students who plan to transfer to a fouryear college to complete a bachelor’s degree in one of the fields of agriculture. Elective courses are built into the curriculum to allow a student flexibility in various fields of agriculture.
A specialized curriculum in agricultural communications is offered through the Communication Department. This course of study is designed to transfer to a university and meet the requirments for a baccalaureate degree in agricultural communications. See the agricultural communication program for information.
Students planning to major in agriculture should consult the agriculture advisor concerning the specific courses to be taken. Completion of the curriculum outlined below will lead to an Associate of Science degree. Program advisor is Jim Jenkins, professor of agriculture.
*Although not a requirement for this degree, students are strongly encouraged to take HUDV 1100 during the first semester of enrollment.
**Consult faculty advisor for proper choice of courses.
***Consult faculty advisor. Electives in Business Administration are normally recommended. Some universities require 12 semester hours of English.