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Associate of Applied Science

First Year

  Course Title Credits
  ACCT 2010* Principles of Accounting I 3
  ANSC 1010  Livestock Production 
  AGEC 1010*  Agriculture Economics I 
GenEd: CS  COLS 1000 Introduction to College Success: First-Year Seminar
GenEd: QR  MATH 1000* OR HIGHER Problem Solving
      Semester Credits 16 
  Course Title Credits
  AECL 1005 Field Crops and Integrated Pest Management
  ANSC 2025* Livestock Nutrition
  AGRI 2470  Agriculture Internship I 
GenEd: CW  ENGL 1010*+ English I: Composition 
      Semester Credits 15 

Second Year

  Course Title Credits
  ACCT 2020*  Principles of Accounting II 
  AGEC 2020  Farm-Ranch Business Management 
  BADM 2010*  Business Law I  3
  CMAP 1200* Computer Information Systems 3
GenEd: WY   Choose from approved U.S./Wyoming Constitution courses 3
      Semester Credits 16 
  Course Title Credits
  AGEC 2010*  Farm-Ranch Business Records
  AGRI 2471*  Agriculture Internship II 
  ANSC 1260  Livestock Merchandising 
GenEd: CV CO/M 2010* Public Speaking  3
      Semester Credits 15

Total Credits: 62

*This course has at least one prerequisite. Check the Course Descriptions section of the catalog to see the course prerequisites.

+If the placement test score is not adequate for course enrollment, students must complete the appropriate developmental course(s) before enrolling. These courses may increase the total number of program credits. Students should review their math and writing placement with their advisor before planning out their full program schedules.

Learning Competencies

  1.  Analyze management problems in agriculture; then evaluate and apply various tools to problem solve solutions and reflect on outcomes and effectiveness.
  2. Use collaboration on an interdisciplinary level, foster teamwork, and work toward solutions in agriculture.
  3. Practice accessing, evaluating, and combining appropriate resources to foster decision making in an agriculture setting.
  4. Demonstrate effective verbal communication both in informal and formal settings by identifying and presenting to agriculture audiences.