• AG

    Learn and develop the leadership and teamwork skills necessary in the industry today. Students can test their skills in the Future Farmers of America (FFA) youth organization, plus help plan and implement community-based projects. First-year students will learn about different aspects of plant science, animal science, and natural resource concepts. Second-year curriculum includes learning concepts related to floral design, veterinary science, production agriculture, landscape management, wildlife management, and much more! Click here for articulation information. Visit our academic credit course guide for high school credit information.
     
    "In this program I took my passion for horses and learned how I can mold it into a career that I can be successful in for the rest of my life!" - Student 
     
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  • Program Content

    • Safety
    • Animal Anatomy & Physiology
    • Animal Genetics & Reproduction
    • Domestic Animal Production
    • Animal Health & Nutrition
    • Plant Anatomy Physiology
    • Soils and Plant Nutrition
    • Natural Resource Systems
    • Environmental Service Systems
    • Agricultural Business & Marketing
    • Career Readiness & Leadership
  • Careers in Plant Science

    • Agronomy Sales & Management
    • Arborist
    • Crop Adjuster
    • Crop Advisor
    • Entomologist
    • Grain Marketing Specialist
    • Greenhouse Manager
  • Careers in Natural Resouces

    • Forestry Management
    • Parks & Recreation Management
    • Fishery & Wildlife Management
    • Ecologist
    • Fisheries Technician
    • Forester
    • Hydrologist
    • Restoration Specialist
    • Saltwater Husbandry Technician
    • Soil Scientist
  • Careers in Animal Science

    • Veterinarian
    • Veterinarian Technician
    • Dairy, Swine, or Beef Management Feed Sales
    • Artificial Insemintation Technician
    • Animal Physical Therapist
    • Feedlot Manager
    • Herd Nutritionist
    • Meat Inspector