Agricultural Techniques I

Course Number: 
AGR 1011
Semester: 
Fall
Subject: 
Agriculture and Animal Science (AGR)
Credits 
1.00

This course facilitates a successful transition to college and focuses on four primary areas: orientation to the college and academic programs; development of basic agricultural skills; interpersonal development; and an introduction to agriculture-related careers. In an informal lab, the student is exposed to the practical skills necessary to succeed within the agricultural curriculum under the supervision of experienced farm staff. The student is introduced to student rights and responsibilities; learns how to interact with faculty and classmates; explores agricultural careers; learns good time management; and learns how to enhance academic performance.

2 hours of lab per week, plus weekly required farm work experience