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A.A.S. Agriculture Production

A.A.S. Agriculture Production

Why Agriculture Production?

This two-year plan of study prepares students to work in the agriculture industry in production livestock, farm and ranch management or agri-sales. It offers more in-depth learning in the areas of agriculture and business management than those covered in the one-year agriculture certificate. This degree is designed for those students who want to enter the job market with a two-year degree, and who do not plan to transfer to a four-year institution. Students should consult the catalog of the institution to which they expect to transfer and select appropriate courses in consultation with their advisor.

Graduates of this program will have knowledge in:

  • Animal Science;
  • Animal Nutrition;
  • Farm and Ranch Business Planning;
  • Grazing systems and stocking rates;
  • Basics of crop production.

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A.S. AgribusinessA.S. Ag & Nat Res PathwayA.S. Pre-Veterinary



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Total Credits for Program Completion: 62(61)

  First Year - Fall Semester     16(15) Credits Credits
Intro to Ag & Env Resources1
Introduction to Animal Science3
Natural Resource Conservation3
Montana Range Plants1
Discover Biology & Lab4
OR
Science Core Elective(4)
Introduction to Equine Studies4
OR
Directed Elective Electives(3)
  First Year - Spring Semester     15 Credits Credits
Applied Agriculture Science & Lab3
Ag Issues Forum1
Livestock in Sustainable Systems3
Careers in Wildlife Biology2
Business Mathematics3
OR
Mathematics Core Elective(3)
Intro to Technical Writing3
OR
Written Communication Elective(3)
  Second Year - Fall Semester     16(17) Credits Credits
Principles of Financial Accounting4
Introduction to Computers3
Range and Pasture Monitoring1
Energy Mechanics1
Energy Mechanics Lab1
OR
Directed Elective Electives(3)
Introduction to Public Speaking3
OR
Interpersonal Communication3
Agricultural Internship3
OR
Directed Elective Electives(3)
  Second Year - Spring Semester     15 Credits Credits
Computerized Accounting3
Livestock Feeding & Nutrition3
Introduction to Plant Biology3
Directed Elective Electives3
Leadership Development for Agriculture3

Please refer to the the Current Catalog for specific program details.