Classes in agriculture are arranged to meet the needs of students who wish to complete their formal college work at Casper College or for persons who plan to obtain a bachelor’s degree elsewhere. Every effort is made to assist students in selecting a program which will fit their needs. Modern agriculture is a business and a science as well as a way of life, and the faculty recognizes that it is as important to produce alert and well-informed citizens as it is to train competent farmers and ranchers.
This two-year course of study is designed to provide the training and skills necessary to enter some phase of livestock production either as an employee or as a farmer or rancher.
Students following this curriculum will qualify for the associate of science degree; however, courses in either business or farm mechanics may be substituted for some of the courses shown, and the program can be tailored to the student’s needs.
General Education (Minimum 17 credits)
General education coursework can be completed from within or outside of the major field of study.