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College Catalog & Student Handbook 2017-18 
    
College Catalog & Student Handbook 2017-18 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


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Sustainable Agriculture and Entrepreneurship, A.A.S.



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Offered at Centerville Campus

The Sustainable Agriculture and Entrepreneurship program is designed to provide area landowners, farmers, and young adults with access to land, the entrepreneurial skills necessary to start a new or further develop an existing land-based business. Students can pursue an Associate of Applied Science degree or limit their coursework to particular areas of interest.

Many people who pursue the Associate of Applied Science degree or certificate in Sustainable Agriculture and Entrepreneurship plan to apply these skills to their own agriculture business or work for an agricultural-related business. Others will choose to continue their education by transferring to a four-year college or university.

Total: 13 or 14 Credits


Total: 12 Credits


Total: 12 Credits


Term IV


Total: 9 Credits


Total: 12 Credits


Total: 12 Credits


Total: 11 Credits


Dual Major Option


Students who wish to complete an Associate of Arts degree along with this program can do so by taking these additional courses.

The Cultural elective should be a three-credit Literature.

  • Composition II - Credits: 3.00
  • Public Speaking or Fundamentals of Oral Communication - Credits: 3.00
  • Humanities & Fine Arts Electives - Credits: 5.00
  • U.S. History or Western Civilization - Credits: 3.00
  • Social Science Elective - Credits: 6.00
  • How to be Successful in College - Credits: 3.00

*Refer to General Education Course Requirements (A.A.S.)  for approved courses.

Transfer Option: A Transfer Option is available. Please refer to the Agriculture/Entrepreneurship  Focus Area.

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