Associate of Science Degree
Experience in the field and out in the community are at the core of the ag program at CWC. Gain practical skills while learning the business of farming operations. Participate in real-world activities such as feed efficiently 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. Some of these work experiences include farms and ranches in the area, at ag supply companies, and in ag tourism. This degree is intended for transfer to a 4-year program.
|Principles of Accounting I||4|
|Principles of Accounting II||3|
|Farm and Ranch Business Management||4|
|General Biology I||4|
|Intro to Information Management||3|
|Fundamentals of Statistics or Intro to Statistics for Social Sciences||4|
Students must take six credits from the following course options:
|Integrated Resource Management||3|
|Farm and Ranch Business Records||3|
|Livestock Production I||4|
|Feeds and Feeding||4|
|Intro to Range Management||1|
|Intro to Water Resources||3|
|Principles of Range Management||3|
|Rangeland Plant Identification||2|
|Intro to Soils||4|
Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.
|Writing Level I||3|
|Writing Level II||3|
|American & Wyoming Government||3|
Student must complete six (6) credits of General Education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas:
Explore occupational outlooks for Farmers, Ranchers and Other Agricultural Managers.