General Agriculture AS Degree

The Associate of Science in General Agriculture prepares students for entry-level employment in the field of agriculture through the study of soil and plant nutrition, plant science, pesticides, and more. Students will also learn basic computer and business skills needed to succeed in agriculture and farming. Upon successful completion of this degree, students will be prepared for careers or employment as farm managers and in retail sales in agriculture. 

Required CoursesUnits
AGBU 059ALeadership1
AGBU 059BCareers1
AGPS 001Soils & Plant Nutrition4
AGPS 002Entomology - General & Applied4
AGPS 005Plant Science3
AGPS 005LPlant Science Lab1
AGPS 032Pesticide Laws & Regulations2
BUAC 051Accounting for Entrepreneurs & Business Managers3
CIS 010Computer Literacy4
CART 001Sanitation & Safety3
Electives
Select 14 units from the following:14
Horticulture
Ornamental Plant Identification
Landscape Management
Turfgrass & Landscape Pest Management
Landscape Equipment
Landscape Irrigation Systems
Landscape Irrigation Systems Lab
Elements of Biology
Introductory General Chemistry
Introduction to Microsoft Word
PowerPoint
Business Research
Excel
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Statistical Methods
Conservation of Natural Resources
GPS and Map Use
Introduction to GIS
Environmental Horticulture Turfgrass Work Experience (Maximum of 4 units may be used for work experience)
COD General Education Pattern18
Kinesiology Activity2
DEGREE TOTAL60