Plant Production Technology (Associate Degree)
Plant production technology is designed to address large-scale crop production using the advanced findings in agricultural development necessary for efficient agricultural operations.
The Associate degree in Plant Production Technology includes the theory and practice of field crop production, from plantation and cultural practices to harvest and storage. It consists of five semesters, each semester 20 weeks long. Students are required to complete 80 credit hours, including summer field work and internships in agricultural research centers.
As a result of completing this program, graduates will be able to:
- Assist senior specialists in conducting research projects.
- Advance to further study.
Graduates will be trained in agriculture education, finance, agribusiness, livestock operations, landscaping, floriculture, and turf grass management
- Course one
- Course two
- Course three
- Course four
- Course five
- Course six