Associate in Applied Science-Transfer

Agriculture Science - Agriculture Transfer AAS-T (94 credits)

Program

This AAS-T degree program is designed to give students a strong foundation in the agricultural fields and aligns with the specific WSU majors within the Integrated Plant Sciences and Agricultural Food Systems degrees. Students completing this degree will be prepared to begin upper division work in agriculture at WSU.

 

Customized Articulation Agreements are intended to eliminate duplication of coursework and better integrate programs to ensure a more efficient pathway to graduation. The agreements provide Big Bend Community College students with a more efficient transfer pathway to Washington State University (WSU).  The current Custom Articulation Agreement options include the following:

  • Field Crop Management
  • Agricultural and Food Business Economics
  • Agricultural Technology and Production Management

Students should work with a BBCC Agriculture Program Advisor to develop a schedule of courses to meet WSU program and transfer requirements.

 

Program and Degree Learning Outcomes:

IO1       Communication
Students will be able to communicate clearly and effectively within a workplace context.

IO2       Quantitative Reasoning
Students will be able to reason mathematically using methods appropriate to the profession.

IO3       Human Relations/Workplace Skills
Students will be able to demonstrate teamwork and/or workplace specific skills related to human relations.

PO4      Students will demonstrate critical-thinking and problem-solving skills as they make decisions in agricultural management situations

PO5      Students will demonstrate knowledge of scientific principles when applied to a variety of crop production systems

The following schedule of courses is the recommended program for completing the AAS-T degree. See a program advisor for substitute courses.

Winter Quarter

Course Code
Title
Credits
5
Sub-Total Credits
15

Spring Quarter 

Course Code
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
15

Second Year

Fall Quarter

Course Code
Title
Credits
5
Sub-Total Credits
15

Winter Quarter

Course Code
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
15

Spring Quarter

Course Code
Title
Credits
5
Sub-Total Credits
12
Total Credits
94