Regenerative Small Scale Farming
Associate of Applied Science Degree
People want to know where their food comes from and how it is grown. In the regenerative small scale farming program, the student will develop the skills necessary to operate a small, diversified fruit and vegetable farm. Focusing on environmentally sound crop production practices, business skills, economic viability, and social responsibility, this program prepares the student to run their own farm business or be employed in a variety of positions focusing on soil health, horticulture, and food security.
Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.
Writing Level I (WR1)
|American & Wyoming Government (POLS 1000)||3 credits|
|MATH/APPM/LSCI course of choice||3 credits|
|Student must complete six (6) credits of general education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas, one of which is either WR2 or ORAL.|
|ARTS/HUM/IT/ORAL/SOC/WR2 course of choice||6 credits|
|UNST : Student Success Course||1 credits|
|AECL 1970||Crop Production Practicum I||
|AECL 1971||Crop Production Practicum II||
|AECL 1972||Crop Production Practicum III||
|AECL 2025||Horticultural Science||
|AECL 2100||Integrated Resource Management||
|AGRI 2030||Contemporary Growing Systems||
|ANSC 1010||Intro to Animal Science||
|CROP 2150||Pest Identification and Management||
|FDSC 1410||Food and Our Well Being||
|SOIL 2010||Introduction to Soil Science||
Choose a minimum of three (3) credits from the MKT course prefix.
Students must choose a minimum of six (6) credits from the following course prefixes: REWM AGEC BIOL FDSC ANSC
Total Credit Hours: 62
The general education requirements are designed to encourage students to develop computation and communication skills utilized in the farm and ranch industry.
The certificate is designed to prepare students to develop basic analytical skills for livestock production, livestock nutritional requirements, grazing and forage management, crop rotation, strategic planning, and analyzing financial feasibility.
|ACCT 2010||Principles of Accounting||4|
|ACCT 2110 OR
|Quickbooks Accounting OR
Farm and Ranch Business Records
|AECL 2100||Integrated Resource Management||3|
|AGEC 2020||Farm and Ranch Business Management||4|
|ANSC 1010||Intro to Animal Science||4|
|ANSC 2020||Feeds and Feeding||4|
|CMAP 1200 OR
|Computer Information Systems OR
|FDSC 2040||Principles of Meat Animal Evaluation||3|
|REWM 2000||Principles of Range Management||3|
|REWM 2500||Rangeland Plant Identification||2|
General Ed. Requirements
|Writing Level I||3|
Farm and Ranch Management Certificate II is designed to provide students with basic farm and ranch management skills.
Students are required to choose a minimum of 16 credits from the following course prefixes:
Total Credit Hours: 16