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Agriculture: Agronomy (AAS)

Associate of Applied Science

Featured Faculty - Agriculture

 Beau Anderson
 Beau Anderson 
Associate Professor
701.774.4241

 

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Degree Requirements

16 credits completed in residence
2.00 (C) grade point average
30 total credits
ASC 100-Freshman Seminar

Certificate Program
General Education Requirements

Graduates of the agronomy option will be prepared to enter occupations and areas of employment in crops and soils. The student and advisor will select course work leading to individual career objectives. Cooperative work experience is required to gain on-the-job skill and experience. The animal science option fits well with the agronomy option for those interested in both farming and ranching for more diversity.

Gainful Employment Disclosure - Agronomy Technician

Degree Planning Worksheet - Agriculture: Agronomy (AAS)

Program Course Requirements                                               Credits

COOP 197
AGEC 141
H&CE 241
PLSC 223
SOIL 210
PLSC 110
SOIL 222
PLSC 220
PLSC 225
PLSC 230
PLSC 270
PLSC 101
CHEM 115

Cooperative Education/Internship
Principles of Agribusiness Mangmt.
Leadership & Presentation Techniques
Introduction to Weed Science
Introduction to Soil Science
World Food Crops
Soil Fertility & Fertilizers
Principles of Forage Production
Principles of Crop Production
Grain & Seed Analysis
High Value & Specialty Crops
Introduction to Biotechnology
Introductory Chemistry L/L

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Suggested Courses                                                                          Credits

COOP 197
AGEC 142
AGEC 242
AGEC 244
AGEC 246
AGRI 275

Cooperative Education/Internship
Agriculture Accounting
Introduction to Agricultural Management
Introduction to Agricultural Marketing Introduction to Agricultural Finance
Introduction to Precision Agriculture

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