The Agricultural Education Department offers courses in a wide ranging variety of subjects. When reviewing the Agricultural course offerings, keep in mind that several of these courses will meet specific graduation requirements (in areas like economics and science). Articulated courses offer the opportunity to earn college credit and certification from certain community or technical colleges. Also, students interested in a career in Agriculture, Food, or Natural Resources should strongly consider taking classes from the Agriculture department as suggested below:
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Career Clusters
Many Agriculture Education courses apply to careers in this career pathway.
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