Whether it is hands-on manual labor in the fields, or working as a scientist in a lab or greenhouse, Agriculture offers a huge range of specialties. As the science of raising plant crops and livestock, agriculture teaches the essentials of farming and ranching.

Degrees / Certificates

Map your education by viewing the Academic Plan for the degree or certificate you’re interested in earning below. Meet with a counselor to create your official comprehensive education plan.

Agriculture Animal Science (AS-T)

Provides students with the opportunity to meet the requirements for transfer to the CSU system in Animal Science or a similar major.

Agriculture Business (AS-T)

Provides students with the opportunity to meet the requirements for transfer to the CSU system in Agricultural Business.

Agriculture Science, Education, and Management (AS)

Provides training for ranching, farming, agriculture production and related careers in vocational education, sales, services and distribution of agriculture-related products.

Agriculture Sciences (AA)

Provide the lower division major courses to transfer to a university and earn a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Agriculture Business, and Horticulture.

Agriculture Trades (AS)

Allows students to explore all areas of agriculture, including animal science, agriculture business, horticulture, equine, sustainable agriculture, mechanized agriculture, natural resources, and viticulture.

Transferring for Bachelor’s Degree

Ready to transfer for a 4-year university or college or want to stay local? Our Transfer Center and BOLD staff are here to guide you!