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
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Provides students with the opportunity to meet the requirements for transfer to the CSU system in Animal Science or a similar major.
Provides students with the opportunity to meet the requirements for transfer to the CSU system in Agricultural Business.
This curriculum is designed to provide employable skills essential to several occupations and emphasizes the “learn-by-doing” method of instruction on modern equipment.
Prepares students to enter a career in forestry.
Prepares students for a career in tree and landscape care, landscape design and construction, and nursery production.
Provides students with the skills, knowledge and hands-on experience necessary to meet the Irrigation Association standards to apply to the Auditor, Contractor or Designer Exams.
Provides technician-level training for students interested in working in such areas as wildlife, forestry, range, and outdoor recreation.
The Natural Resources curriculum is designed to meet the demand for trained personnel in a broad range of Natural Resource/Environmental Science fields in addition to numerous private organizations.
Designed to prepare students for transfer to a Bachelor’s degree program in Plant Science., Horticulture or related major at a CSU campus.
Provides training for ranching, farming, agriculture production and related careers in vocational education, sales, services and distribution of agriculture-related products.
Provide the lower division major courses to transfer to a university and earn a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Agriculture Business, and Horticulture.
Allows students to explore all areas of agriculture, including animal science, agriculture business, horticulture, equine, sustainable agriculture, mechanized agriculture, natural resources, and viticulture.
PCAs are licensed professional production consultants who serve California agriculture, natural resource and horticulture producers.
Students completing this certificate will learn skills to prepare them for a crew leadership role within the landscape industry.