Agriculture

Image of the WVC learning and demonstration gardenWithin the sustainable agriculture and resource systems program, WVC offers a non-transfer associate of technical science (ATS) in several pathways and associate in applied science-transfer (AAS-T)** degrees in sustainable and organic agriculture, horticulture and tree fruit production, general agriculture and agritechnologies. Interested students should work closely with agriculture advisers in order to plan their studies to reach their individual goals in an expeditious manner.

  • Associate of Technical Science Degree (ATS)
    • The ATS degree prepares students for employment in agriculture and related fields. The pathways are General Agriculture, Horticulture/Tree Fruit Production, Sustainable and Organic Agriculture, and Agriculture Technology.

  • WVC has articulations with the Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resources Sciences (CAHNRS) that allows WVC students to transfer to WSU with an AAS-T in sustainable and organic agriculture, horticulture and tree fruit production, general agriculture, or agritechnologies.

 

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