This program of study leads to an Associate of Science degree and will transfer to four-year institutions. It is recommended that the student also follow the college or university bulletin from the intended transfer institution.
Students can major in one of the following areas:
- Ag Business
- Ag Communications
- Animal and Veterinarian Science
- Ag Education
- Ag Extension
- Farm and Ranch Management
- General Agriculture
- International Ag Economics
- Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management
Students have access to modern facilities, cutting-edge technology, laboratories, internships, job opportunities and educational experiences that are not available anywhere else in Wyoming. Agriculture scholarships are available.
Our graduates have an outstanding track record. We place these graduates in jobs, transfer students to almost every major university in the country, and put students to work in the industry.
LCCC agriculture graduates are exit-tested through a carefully planned and executed capstone course experience.
The Agriculture/Equine Studies facility has undergone constant change and updating since its opening.
The arena and stall barn with an outdoor arena opened in 1985 and the entire operation moved into the present agriculture building in the fall of 1986. The building includes classrooms and faculty and staff offices.
The livestock holding, handling and working area is one of the top in the nation. This area also includes a 52-stall horse barn and an additional 100 outdoor stalls.
Clubs & Organizations
Several clubs and teams allow students the opportunity to travel, compete and gain invaluable exposure to the livestock industry, including:
- Block and Bridle Club
- Horse Judging
- Livestock Judging
- Livestock Show Team
- Intercollegiate Rodeo Team
- Intercollegiate Equestrian Show Team