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Agriculture Class Descriptions

Agriculture Mechanics and Metal Technologies - Agriculture Science Center

CT1211

Students develop knowledge and skills including, but not limited to: electrical wiring, plumbing, irrigation systems, small engine repair, carpentry, fencing, and concrete as they pertain to the agricultural industry. Students will investigate career opportunities in the agriculture power, structural, and technical systems fields.

CREDIT: 0.5

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 10-12

Introduction to Welding - Arlington High, Bowie High, and Agriculture Science Center

CT1212

Students develop knowledge and skills in the design and fabrication of agricultural facilities. Students will be prepared for career opportunities in the agriculture mechanization, technical systems, and facilities fields.

CREDIT: 0.5

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 11-12

PREREQUISITE: none

COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take CT2212 - Agriculture Metal Fabrication

 

Livestock Production - Agriculture Science Center

CT1213

Students develop knowledge and skills of animal systems to prepare them for career opportunities in the animal management industry. Animal species may include, but are not limited to: dairy and beef cattle, swine, sheep, goats, and poultry.

CREDIT: 0.5

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 10-12

PREREQUISITE: CT2210 - Introduction to Agriculture Sciences and Technologies

Equine Science - Arlington, Bowie, and Sam Houston

CT1217

Students develop knowledge and skills relating to equine systems to prepare them for career opportunities in the equine management industry. Equine species may include, but are not limited to: horses, donkeys, mules, and ponies.

CREDIT: 0.5

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 10-12

Horticulture Science - Dan Dipert Career Tech Center

CT1215

Students develop knowledge and skills related to horticulture management through work in, and maintenance of, a greenhouse. Students will develop leadership skills as they oversee plant production and management of greenhouse activities. Students will be prepared for career opportunities and understand the requirements and expectations of the horticulture industry.

CREDIT: 1.0

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 9-12

 

Floriculture - Dan Dipert Career Center

CT2215

Students develop knowledge and skills related to horticulture management through work in, and maintenance of, a greenhouse. Students will develop leadership skills as they oversee plant production and management of greenhouse activities. Students will be prepared for career opportunities and understand the requirements and expectations of the horticulture industry.

CREDIT: 1.0

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 10-12

 

Principles of Agriculture Science - Arlington, Bowie, and Sam Houston

CT1210

Students develop knowledge and skills pertaining to the history of agriculture, career opportunities in the agriculture industry, leadership and success in the global agriculture economy. Students will investigate career opportunities in the agriculture sciences and technologies fields.

CREDIT: 1.0

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 9-10

COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take CT2210 - Introduction to Agriculture Sciences and Technologies

Applied Agriculture Science - Arlington, Bowie, and Sam Houston

CT2210

Students develop knowledge and skills pertaining to the history of agriculture, career opportunities in the agriculture industry, leadership and success in the global agriculture economy. Students will investigate career opportunities in the agriculture sciences and technologies fields.

CREDIT: 0.5

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 9-10

COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take CT1210 - Introduction to Agriculture Sciences and Technologies

Small Animal Management - Arlington High, Bowie High, Agriculture Science Center

CT1218

Students develop knowledge and skills relating to equine systems to prepare them for career opportunities in the small animal management industry. Animal species may include, but are not limited to: small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, avians, dogs, and cats.

CREDIT: 0.5

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 9-12

Wildlife Fisheries and Ecology Management - Agriculture Science Center

CT1219

Students develop knowledge and skills relating to wildlife, fisheries, and natural resources management. Students examine the management of game and non-game wildlife species, fish, and ecological systems. Students will investigate career opportunities in the wildlife, fisheries, and ecology management fields.

CREDIT: 1.0

TYPE: Regular

GRADE: 9-12




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