Program Curriculum

This is a recommended list of courses for students who plan to major in Agriculture at a university. Students who complete this program will be eligible to apply for the Associate of Arts degree at WCJC. Courses that must be taken in order to satisfy AA degree requirements are listed with the corresponding WCJC Core 030 Curriculum Component. Courses that are listed as “Recommended” are electives that will contribute to AA degree requirements. Different electives may be chosen, but must be selected from academic rather than technical courses, as indicated in the course descriptions.

WCJC’s AA degree requires 60 hours, and students should be aware they may not be able to transfer more than 60-66 hours.

Agriculture

Course Course Title Degree Requirements Sem. Hours
Freshman Year, First Semester
ENGL 1301 Composition I Core 010 3
HIST 1301 US History I Core 060 3
MATH 1314 College Algebra Core 020 3
PHED activity Any PHED activity course Core 090 1
AGRI Any AGRI course Recommended 3
AGRI Any AGRI course Recommended 3
  16 sem. hrs
Freshman Year, Second Semester
ENGL 1302 Composition II Core 010 3
HIST 1302 US History II Core 060 3
COSC 1301 Introduction to Computing Recommended 3
PHED activity Any PHED activity course Recommended 1
AGRI Any AGRI course Recommended 3
AGRI Any AGRI course Recommended 3
  16 sem. hrs
Sophomore Year, First Semester
Humanities Any Humanities course Any course listed under core 040 3
GOVT 2305 Federal Government Core 070 3
SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Speech Core 011 3
Science BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, or PHYS Any course listed under core 030 4
AGRI Any Sophomore-level AGRI Course Recommended 3
  16 sem. hrs
Sophomore Year, Second Semester
GOVT 2306 Texas Government Core 070 3
Science BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, or PHYS Any course listed under core 030 4
Social/Behavioral Science Any Sophomore-level Social/Behavioral Science Core 080 3
Perf/Visual Arts ARTS, MUSI, or DRAM course Any course listed under core 050 3
AGRI Any Sophomore-level AGRI course Recommended 3
  16 sem. hrs
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