Animal Science-Livestock Technician, Intermediate Technical Certificate

Program Outcomes:

Select the animals that will best fit a particular production system.

Identify key elements required to maintain healthy animals.

Describe production systems and explain why they are useful.

Use technology and explain how it improves animal production.

Create farm business plans and choose appropriate marketing models.

Explain how local, regional, and global forces affect agricultural markets.

Research, interpret, and communicate about animal agricultural issues and concerns.

Major Code: 4111T

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**Alternative plans of study available by contacting your advisor

Fall Semester Freshman Year

AGRI 104Agriculture Management

4 Credits

AGRI 109Principles of Animal Science*

3 Credits

AGRI 109LPrinciples of Animal Science Lab*

1 Credit

AGRI 111Artificial Insemination of Cattle

2 Credits

ELEC ANYCollege Level Elective Courses

3 Credits

MATH GEAny Gen. Ed. Math Course

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:16

Spring Semester Freshman Year

AGRI 158Applied Animal Nutrition*

4 Credits

AGRI 222Animal Reproduction and Breeding

3 Credits

AGRI 250Agricultural Markets

3 Credits

COMM GEAny Gen. Ed Oral Comm. Course

3 Credits


ECON 201Principles of Macroeconomics

3 Credits


ECON 202Principles of Microeconomics

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:16

*Prerequisite or corequisite required

Total Credit Hours: 32