Apply your interest in agriculture and food systems to earn a plant and soil science degree at Aims. Study foundational soil science and crop production systems, also known as agronomy, at the Aims Fort Lupton campus in Weld County, the heart of Colorado farm country. This foundation underlies all agricultural production and nurtures healthy plant growth for the food system. This associate of science degree with designation transfers to bachelor's programs at participating public four-year Colorado institutions.
Areas of study for the soil and crop sciences degree include:
- Crop production
- Precision agriculture
- Farm and ranch management
- Agricultural finance and marketing
- Global food supply, macroeconomics and human nutrition
- Soil science
Aims offers two degree tracks designed to help you meet your career goals in soil and crop sciences and related fields.
If you don't plan to continue your education with a bachelor's degree, you can pursue a production agriculture associate of applied science degree and enter the workforce directly after completing the two-year program.