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Program Contacts

Instructional Specialist Karen Smith (928) 717-7760
Professor Justin Brereton (928) 717-7724
Professor Marnee Zazueta (928) 717-7727
Associate Dean Karla Phillips (928) 717-7725
Dean John Morgan (928) 717-7721

Quick Facts


About the Associate of Applied Science - Agriculture Technology Management

The Agriculture Technology Management program prepares students for entrepreneurship, employment, or advancement in a variety of agricultural fields including horticulture, aquaculture and fisheries, and animal care and management.

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Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Agriculture Technology Management Degree program, the learner will be able to:

 

  1. Design, operate and manage an extensive agriculture facility. (AGS 250, AGS 252, AGS 261, AGS 264)
  2. Rear fish from egg to market using practices for maximizing production and profit. (AGS 261, AGS 264)
  3. Develop a disease and water quality management system. (AGS 261, AGS 264)
  4. Propagate plants from cuttings and seeds. (AGS 250, AGS 252)
  5. Develop and implement an integrated pest management system.(AGS 107, AGS 250, AGS 252)
  6. Recognize and correct irrigation/plumbing/equipment/facility problems. (AGS 250, AGS 252, AGS 261, AGS 264, AGS 274)
  7. Develop and implement a comprehensive management program for exotic and domestic animals. (AGS 280, AGS 282)
 

General and Program-Specific Requirements

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