• Agriscience


  • Future Careers

    • Livestock Producer
    • Veterinary Assistant
    • Agriculture Educator
    • Livestock or Food Inspector
    • Veterinarian
    • Animal Scientist
    • Biologist


    Year 1: Agriscience I
    Year 2: Agriscience II
    Year 3: Agriscience III
    Year 4: Agriscience IV or Agriscience SOE CTS199 or Agriscience Internship


    This pathway is a minimum of 3 years.




  • Summary                  

    Students will be prepared for entry-level jobs in the agriculture industry and to study agriculture science at a technical school or 2-year or 4-year college or university.

    • Develop skills working with various species of livestock.
    • Acquire an understanding of plant and animal organisms, their tissues, cells, functions, interdependencies, and interactions with each other and the environment.
    • Operate and manage aspects of livestock production, reproduction, health, and feeding.
    • Conduct research and study the agriculture industry, natural resource systems, agriculture mechanics, food sciences and more.
    • Study nutritional requirements of animals and nutritive values of animal feed materials.

  • Post Secondary Options

Direct Employment Certificate 2 Year Degree 4 Year Degree
Certified Landscape Technician Agribusiness Management Agribusiness Management
Meat Processing Certification General Agriculture Biological Science
Outdoor Power Equipment Tech Environmental Science Technology Environmental and Molecular Technology
Pesticide Applicator Horticulture Animal Science
Certified Nursery Professional Agricultural Technology Environmental Science
Master Gardner Environmental Studies Natural Resource and Wildlife Conservation
Outdoor Parks and Recreation Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Landscape Gardening Food Science