Associate of Science Degree
This program is focused on experiential, field-based learning that explores range management, domestic livestock, wildlife management, soil plant-life, and production techniques. Learn applied techniques to best manage land, resources, livestock, and wildlife in a sustainable manner.
This program puts emphasis on internships and professional development by utilizing co-op work experience in the community.
This degree is intended for transfer to a four-year institution.
|BADM 1020||Business Communications||3|
|BIOL 1010||General Biology I||4|
|CHEM 1000||Intro to Chemistry||4|
|COMM 2010||Public Speaking||3|
|FDSC 2040||Principles of Meat Animal Evaluation||3|
|MATH 1400||College Algebra||4|
|REWM 1300||Intro to Water Resources||3|
|REWM 2000||Principles of Range Management||3|
|REWM 2500||Rangeland Plant Identification||2|
|SOIL 2010||Introduction to Soil Science||4|
Fundamental of Statistics OR
Students must take 9 credits from the following course options:
|AECL 2100||Integrated Resource Management||3|
|AGEC 2010||Farm and Ranch Business Records||3|
|AGEC 2020||Farm and Ranch Business Management||4|
|ANSC 1010||Intro to Animal Science||4|
|ANSC 2020||Feeds and Feeding||4|
|REWM 1000||Intro to Range Management||1|
Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.
|Writing Level I||3|
|American & Wyoming Government||3|
A student must complete six (6) credits of General Education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas:
Total Credit Hours: 60
Meet your professor
Scott Priebe grew up on a corn and soybean farm in the Indianapolis, Indiana area. Priebe said Future Farmers of America and agriculture have always been a big part of his life. Priebe said he is most looking forward to introducing students to the greater scope of agriculture.