Jul 20, 2019  
West Shore Community College Catalog 2019-2020 
    
West Shore Community College Catalog 2019-2020

Ag Science - Fruit and Vegetable Crop Management, AAAS


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Students must earn a minimum of 60 credit hours and have an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher in order to earn a degree. Students must also take any required third‐party exams, especially in the AAAS degrees, such as NOCTI, NCLEX, MTA, and MOS.

Program of Study


Total: 32 Credit Hrs | 35 Contact Hrs min


Michigan State University (MSU) Courses


The following courses are offered through Michigan State University. Please visit https://reg.msu.edu/Courses/Search.aspx for course descriptions.

  • ABM 130 - Farm Management I 3 credit hrs
  • AT 202 -  Agricultural Regulation, Compliance and Safety 3 credit hrs
  • AT 293 - Professional Internship in Agricultural Technology 3 credit hrs
  • CSS 126 - Introduction to Weed Management 2 credit hrs
  • CSS 143 - Introduction to Soil Science 2 credit hrs
  • ENT 110 - Applied Entomology of Economic Plants 3 credit hrs
  • HRT 206 - Training and Pruning Plants 1 credit hr
  • HRT 207 - Horticulture Career Development 1 credit hr
  • HRT 218 - Irrigation Systems for Horticulture 3 credit hrs
  • PLP 105 - Plant Diseases & Their Pathogens 2 credit hrs

A total of nine (7) additional CANR credits chosen from the courses below must be completed with approval from the Program Coordinator:

AT 290 Unmanned Aircraft FAA (3), AT 291 Hops Production and Management (3), AT 291 Agricultural Transportation (2), AT 291 Michigan Pollination & Bee Keeping (2), AT 291 General Ag Employee Mgmt (3), FSC 113 Basic Commodity Overview Food Processing and Technology (3), HRT 205 Plant Mineral Nutrition (1), HRT 253 Compost Production and Use (1), HRT 221 Greenhouse Structures and Management (3), HRT 232 Principles and Practices of Grape Production (3), HRT 242 Passive Solar Greenhouses for Protected Cultivation (1), HRt 243 Organic Transplant Production (1), HRT 251 Organic Farming Principles and Practices (3), HRT 234 Current Issues in Viticulture and Enology (1), CSS 101 Introduction to Crop Science (3), AE 131 Agricultural Water Resource Management (3), AE 143 Application of Precision Agriculture Technologies (3), ABM 100 Decision Making in Agri-Food (3)

Total: 30 Credits


Degree Total: 62 Credit Hrs | 65 Contact Hrs min


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