Q: Summary of Program
A: The Agriscience Education program provides students appropriate classroom and laboratory instruction, supervised agricultural experiences, and personal development experiences through both classroom instruction and related organizational FFA activities. These components are integrated to complement each other, providing an effective program for students and effectively utilizing instructional time. The classroom is the primary setting for instruction in agriscience theory and related academics, although laboratory experiences are a significant part of the program. Greenhouse, aquatic, mechanic, and computer laboratory settings enhance classroom instruction. The objectives of Agriscience Education are:
Q: What are the prerequisite skills needed to begin in the program, if any:
Q: What credentials or certificates can be obtained in a 1, 2, and 3 year period in the program:
A: Credentials offered through the Agriscience program are the Landscape Management Certificate sponsored by the Green Industry Web Portal and Auburn University. Several more credentialing opportunities are currently being reviewed and will be available soon.
Q: What post-secondary options are available:
A: Auburn University, Alabama A & M University, and Wallace State University Hanceville.
Q: Where to go find more information: