The Farm and Ranch Management program is designed for students who plan to pursue a career in some phase of production agriculture. It involves intensive preparation and training in agricultural science, agricultural business and agricultural economics. In the program the student has the opportunity to complete a Technical Certificate in Beef Management and then complete the Associate of Applied Science: Farm and Ranch Management. Students in these programs gain hands-on experience by working with the college-maintained livestock.

See recent data on CCC students who studied Beef Management.

Beef Management Technical Certificate

COURSE NO.COURSE NAMECR HR(S)
AG109Farm Records & Accounts3
AG131Ranch Management3
AG151Beef Science I3
AG226Applied Livestock Nutrition3
AG240Market Beef Production3
AG249 Artificial Insemination2
AG252Beef Management Techniques I4
AG253Beef Management Techniques II4
   
Total Credit Hours:25

 

Associate of Applied Science Farm & Ranch Management Degree Completion

COURSE NO.COURSE NAMECR HR(S)
TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE25
GENERAL EDUCATION COMPONENT16
EN176English Composition I1
 Natural Science/ Mathematics - Gen. Ed.3-5
 Oral Communication - Gen. Ed3
 Social/Behavioral Science3
 General Education3
   
FARM & RANCH MGMT BUSINESS COMPONENT 
AG101Agriculture Orientation1
AG106Principles of Agriculture Economics3
AG125Techniques of Livestock Selection1
AG126Principles of Livestock Nutrition3
AG149Principles of Animal Science3
AG153Principles of Livestock Reproduction3
AG232Farm & Ranch Management Techniques I4
AG233Farm & Ranch Management Techniques II4
AG290Agriculture Equipment Safety1
   
Min. Credit Hours to Graduate:64