Soil and Crop Sciences Associate Degree Requirements
You can choose from two degree tracks in the soil and crop science program.
- The associate degree with designation is designed for students who plan to continue at a four-year school to complete a bachelor’s degree.
- Alternatively, you can pursue an associate of applied science in production agriculture to enter the workforce after completing the two-year degree.
In both degree programs, you’ll learn about the optimal growing conditions that underlie all agricultural production and that encourage healthy plant growth for our food systems. In addition to earning general education credits, you’ll also study subjects including cultivated crop production, farm and ranch management, feeds and feeding, agricultural finance and marketing, and the math and science needed to apply what you’ve learned.