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Crop Production (CRT.CROP)

The Crop Production certificate is designed to prepare students for employment in crop production situations. These situations include farming, farm management and farm operations. Program contains a minimum of eight weeks of internship at an approved location.

Program requirements may change over time. Specific degree/graduation requirements are determined by a degree audit.

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First Year
First Semester

COREAGR-204

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Credit Hours: 3.00

COREAGR-206

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Credit Hours: 3.00

COREAGR-205

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Credit Hours: 3.50

COREAGR-122

Credit Hours: 2.50

GENAGR-040

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Credit Hours: 3.00

First Year
Second Semester

COREAGR-049

Credit Hours: 1.00

COREAGR-111

Credit Hours: 2.00

COREAGR-123

Credit Hours: 2.50

COREAGR-051

Credit Hours: 2.50

COREAGR-121

Credit Hours: 2.50

ELEAGR-041

Credit Hours: 3.50

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Credit Hours: 1.00

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Suggested Electives
AGR-042
Supervised Occupational Exp II

AGR-042
Supervised Occupational Exp II

On the job experience as a full-time employee in selected agriculture occupation. Must be in curriculum that degree is awarded. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline

2.5
AGR-053
Integrated Pest Management

AGR-053
Integrated Pest Management

Designed to develop a working knowledge of agricultural chemicals as they are related to herbicides and insecticides. Students should have a working knowledge of calibration and maintenance of agricultural chemical equipment. Identification of major weed species in this area and their control is emphasized.

Course Outline

3.0
AGR-086
Adjusting New and Used Mach

AGR-086
Adjusting New and Used Mach

Designed to teach the basic fundamentals of the operating principles and adjustments of combines and bailers.

Course Outline

2.5
AGR-090
Principles of Agri Mechanics

AGR-090
Principles of Agri Mechanics

Covers the fundamentals of basic preventive maintenance for tractors and familiarizes the student with setting and adjusting sprayers, tillage equipment, planters, and combines.

Course Outline

2.5
AGR-097
Planting and Tillage Equipment

AGR-097
Planting and Tillage Equipment

Covers the theory and principles of operation, set-up and adjustment, troubleshooting, and repair of major brands of planters, drills, field cultivators, and primary tillage equipment.


Course Outline

3.0
AGR-120
Agriculture Economics

AGR-120
Agriculture Economics

An introduction to basic economic concepts of the agricultural sector with emphasis on costs, revenue, price determination, supply and demand, and farm policy.

Course Outline

3.0
AGR-124
Farm Credit and Finance

AGR-124
Farm Credit and Finance

An introduction to financing statements, capital and credit needs of farmers, sources of credit, and problems of borrowers and lenders.

Course Outline

2.0
AGR-151
GPS/Applications in Ag

AGR-151
GPS/Applications in Ag

This class is designed to provide students the opportunity to become familiar with global positioning systems as they relate to agriculture and develop a working knowledge of variable rate systems.

Course Outline

3.0
AGR-152
Intensive Crop Scouting

AGR-152
Intensive Crop Scouting

Scouting skills are taught with emphasis on insects and plant diseases. Life cycles, prevention and control measures are discussed.

Course Outline

3.0
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Suggested Electives
AGR-042
Supervised Occupational Exp II

AGR-042
Supervised Occupational Exp II

On the job experience as a full-time employee in selected agriculture occupation. Must be in curriculum that degree is awarded. (Repeatable 3 Times)

Course Outline

2.5
AGR-053
Integrated Pest Management

AGR-053
Integrated Pest Management

Designed to develop a working knowledge of agricultural chemicals as they are related to herbicides and insecticides. Students should have a working knowledge of calibration and maintenance of agricultural chemical equipment. Identification of major weed species in this area and their control is emphasized.

Course Outline

3.0
AGR-086
Adjusting New and Used Mach

AGR-086
Adjusting New and Used Mach

Designed to teach the basic fundamentals of the operating principles and adjustments of combines and bailers.

Course Outline

2.5
AGR-090
Principles of Agri Mechanics

AGR-090
Principles of Agri Mechanics

Covers the fundamentals of basic preventive maintenance for tractors and familiarizes the student with setting and adjusting sprayers, tillage equipment, planters, and combines.

Course Outline

2.5
AGR-097
Planting and Tillage Equipment

AGR-097
Planting and Tillage Equipment

Covers the theory and principles of operation, set-up and adjustment, troubleshooting, and repair of major brands of planters, drills, field cultivators, and primary tillage equipment.


Course Outline

3.0
AGR-120
Agriculture Economics

AGR-120
Agriculture Economics

An introduction to basic economic concepts of the agricultural sector with emphasis on costs, revenue, price determination, supply and demand, and farm policy.

Course Outline

3.0
AGR-124
Farm Credit and Finance

AGR-124
Farm Credit and Finance

An introduction to financing statements, capital and credit needs of farmers, sources of credit, and problems of borrowers and lenders.

Course Outline

2.0
AGR-151
GPS/Applications in Ag

AGR-151
GPS/Applications in Ag

This class is designed to provide students the opportunity to become familiar with global positioning systems as they relate to agriculture and develop a working knowledge of variable rate systems.

Course Outline

3.0
AGR-152
Intensive Crop Scouting

AGR-152
Intensive Crop Scouting

Scouting skills are taught with emphasis on insects and plant diseases. Life cycles, prevention and control measures are discussed.

Course Outline

3.0
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