Associate of Science Degree
Obtaining business skills for a sustainable and successful ag operation is the core focus of the ag business degree at CWC. Gain practical skills while learning the business of farming operations. Experience feed efficiency trials, local meat processing, bull testing, crop studies and more. This program puts emphasis on internships and professional development by utilizing co-op work experience in the community. Gain work experience in various settings including farms and ranches in the area, ag supply companies, and ag tourism. This degree is designed for transfer to a 4-year program.
|ACCT 2010||Principles of Accounting I||4|
|ACCT 2020||Principles of Accounting II||3|
|AGEC 2020||Farm and Ranch Business Management||4|
|BADM 1020||Business Communications||3|
|BIOL 1010||General Biology I||4|
|COMM 2010||Public Speaking||3|
|FDSC 2040||Principles of Meat Animal Evaluation||3|
|IMGT 2400||Intro to Information Management||3|
|MATH 1400||College Algebra||4|
|MATH 2350||Business Calculus||4|
Fundamentals of Statistics OR
Intro to Statistics for Social Sciences
Students must take six credits from the following course options:
|AECL 2100||Integrated Resource Management||3|
|AGEC 2010||Farm and Ranch Business Records||3|
|ANSC 1010||Intro to Animal Science||4|
|ANSC 2020||Feeds and Feeding||4|
|REWM 1000||Intro to Range Management||1|
|REWM 1300||Intro to Water Resources||3|
|REWM 2000||Principles of Rangeland Management||3|
|REWM 2500||Rangeland Plant Identification||2|
|SOIL 2010||Introduction to Soil Science||4|
Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.
|Writing Level 1||3|
|American & Wyoming Government||3|
A student must complete six (6) credits of General Education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas:
Total Credit Hours: 60
Explore occupational outlooks for Farmers, Ranchers and Other Agricultural Managers.
Working with students gives Brittany the opportunity to invest in them the way they invest in CWC.
Scott Priebe grew up on a corn and soybean farm in the Indianapolis, Indiana area. Priebe said Future Farmers of America and agriculture have always been a big part of his life. Priebe said he is most looking forward to introducing students to the greater scope of agriculture.