Academic Programs

Agriculture Production, Diploma

Locations:  Worthington.
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This diploma allows the student to immediately enter the field of Production Agriculture. The students' primary focus with this diploma is two-fold. The learner will either enter the workforce in direct support of production agriculture such as seeking employment at an elevator or working as an employee or entrepreneur in livestock and/or crop production.

Suggested General Education courses: SPCH 1101, PHYS 1100GEOG 1100,  GEOG 1101NSCI 1100, PSCI 2210ECON 2201, ECON 2202PHIL 2201, PHIL 2202, ENGL 1101, and 1 Humanities course.

Required Agriculture Courses
Introduction to Animal Science3
Principles of Agronomy3
Introduction to Soil Science3
Farm Records and Business Analysis4
Ag Marketing & Pricing3
Principles of Animal Nutrition3
Soil Fertility & Fertilizers3
Machinery Principles & Management3
Principles of Farm & Ranch Management4
Ag Production Management Intern2-8
General Education Electives10
Agricultural Electives: Choose from the following to equal or exceed 64 credits required:3
Introduction to Horticulture3
Dairy Technician2
Custom Application2
Weed Control3
Introduction to GPS/GIS3
Corn & Soybean Production3
Introduction to Meat Science3
Fundamentals of Financial Management/Business Plan3
Directed Study-Personnel Management3
Commercial Drivers License Permit1
AUTO 1195
Commercial Drivers License 2


Updated: si 2/20/14