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Ag 1 – 1 year – 2 credits – 9th

Leadership development and overview of: Agriscience industry, Career exploration, Current events in Agriculture, FFA, Incorporated science labs, and Leadership development.

Ag 2 – 1 year – 2 credits – 10th

Basic introduction to agriculture communications: Advertising and marketing, Broadcast media, Computer technology, Graphic design, and Written and oral communication.

Farm Records, Accounting, Analysis – (Ag 3) – 1st sem. – 1 credit – 11th & 12th

CONCURRENT CREDIT – AGB470

Analysis of financial records: Accounting, Budgeting, Cash flow, Net worth, and Record analysis.

Farm Business Management – (Ag 3) – 2nd semester – 1 credit – 11th & 12th

CONCURRENT CREDIT – AGB330 – Farm Business Management

Review, management and analysis of business and profit potential:Business ethics, Business organization, Investment analysis (Business and personal), Loans and repayment capacity, and Marketing for a profit.

Agricultural Marketing – (Ag 4) – 1st semester – 1 credit – 11th & 12th

CONCURRENT CREDIT– AGB235 - Agricultural Marketing

Basics overview of applied economics:Business structures, corporate structure, Fiscal management, and monetary politics of U.S., Supply and demand graphs, and U.S. economy.

Selling Skills – (Ag 4) – 2nd semester – 1 credit – 11th & 12th

CONCURRENT CREDIT – AGB336 - Selling Skills

Development of successful presentations used in business and marketing: Interviewing techniques and simulations, Job research, Presentation development, Media presentation, Resume development, and speaking skills.

Animal Science – 2nd Semester – 1 credit – 11th & 12th

CONCURRENT CREDIT – AGS 113

This course is an overview of management and production practices primarily associated with cattle, swine, sheep and equine. Other species such as poultry, dairy and aquaculture may be addressed. Topics will include Nutrition, Reproduction, Management, Marketing, Evaluation, and Health. Industry trends and economics may be covered also.

Advanced Business Management – 1st semester – 1 credit – 12th

Higher-level business management: Assessment of a complete business and financial data, Business development, and Developing business and financial plans.

Horticulture – 2nd semester – 1 credit – 10th – 12th

Lab based classed designed to teach students how to: Create public and private sales pitches, Incorporate plant progression, Incorporate current production techniques, Manage and care for plants and by products, and Manage a green house business.

Welding – ½ year –1 credit – 10th, 11th, & 12th

Basic concepts: Arc welding, oxy acetylene welding and mig welding. Completing labs using a variety of welding techniques.

Ag Tech 1 – 2 Semesters – 2 credits – 10th, 11th & 12th

Gives students the training and experience to produce one-of-a-kind wood projects of their own choosing. Including: individual projects, concrete calculations, building a construction project, steps & related calculations, basic outlet and switch wiring, cutting rafters & related calculations, roofs, tables, & sheds.

Ag Tech 2 – 1 Semester – 1 credit – 11th & 12th

Gives students a continued training and real-life experience in the construction field. Projects include: individual projects, concrete calculations, building a construction project, steps & related calculations, basic outlet and switch wiring, cutting rafters & related calculations, roofs, tables, & sheds.

Landscaping Design – 1st semester – 1 credit – 10th – 12th

An introductory class designed to provide students with a basic understanding of landscaping and turf management industry. The class will be taught using hands on labs and computers to design and implement potential projects.

Specific skills addressed:

- Use computer software to design a landscape design for a variety of different locations.

- Develop a budget and cost analysis for a landscape project.

- Implement and complete a landscape plan for the community. (outdoor lab)

- Complete turf management techniques in a variety of settings. (outdoor lab)

- Complete specialized applications for unique setting (athletic fields) (outdoor lab)

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