Skilled Trades & Agriculture
Skilled Trades & Agriculture

Agriculture Technology

Skilled Trades & Agriculture
About the Degree
As farm and land management has grown more complex and costly, farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers have increasingly needed postsecondary education, such as an associate's degree or bachaelor's degree in agriculture or a related field. The Associate of Science in Agriculture Technology degree provides students the diverse skillsets necessary to work competently in various sectors of the agriculture industry. Additionally, the program prepares those students with the foundational knowledge necessary to transfer to a four-year program in agriculture or a related fields. Students hsould check with their intended transfer institution to ensure tranferability.

On the Road to Your A.S. in Agriculture Technology
Students can achieve multiple milestones while progressing toward an Associate of Science degree in Agriculture Technology. Students can earn the Technical Certificate in Agriculture Technology (24 credit hours) which provides students with an array of agricultural knowledge necessary to begin working in various sectors of the agriculture industry. Certificates of Proficiency in Animal Science (9 credit hours), Plant Science (9 credit hours), Soil Science (9 credit hours) are also achievable.

Contact Info
Zach Harber
Director of Career and Technical Education
870-612-2081
zach.harber@uaccb.edu

Becky Warren
Director of Workforce and Career Services
870-612-2048
becky.warren@uaccb.edu 

Class Schedule

COURSE NAME
Making Connections in Agri.
Intro. to Agri. Business
English Composition I
Oral Communication
Introduction to Animal Science
Introduction to Plant Science
Biology for Majors
Biology for Majors
English Comp. II
College Algebra
COURSE NAME
Soils
Statistics
College Chemistry I Lab
College Chemistry I
Macroeconomics
United States History I
Agricultural Science Lab
Agriculture Internship
Fine Arts Elective
Humanities Elective
Social Sciences Electives
Fine Arts Electives (Year 2 - Need 3 Hours)
- FAV 2023 Visual Art
- FAM 2003 Music
- FAT 2013 Theater
Humanities Elective (Year 2 - Need 3 Hours)
- ENG 2113 World Literature I
- ENG 2213 World Literature II
- PHI Introduction to Philosophy
Social Science Electives (Year 2 - Need 6 Hours)
- GEO 2003 Introduction to Cultural Geography
- HIS 1013 World Civilization I
- HIS 1023 World Civilization II
- HIS 2003 United States History I
- HIS 2013 United States History II
- POS 2103 United States Government
- SOC 2003 Principles of Sociology
Skills Learned
Agricultural Operations Management
Supervisory Principles
Decision Making and Problem Solving
Job Opportunities In

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