Hoosier Hills Career Center

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Introduction to Agriculture (gr. 9-12)

This course provides students with an overview of careers in the agricultural science and business industries. Students will learn about agricultural literacy, basic agribusiness skills, and develop leadership skills while learning about agriculture careers.

You will learn:
Agricultural literacy, basic agribusiness skills, and develop leadership skills while learning about agriculture careers.

Length of course: 2 semesters; 1 credit per semester

 Agribusiness Management (gr. 9-12)

This course presents those concepts necessary for managing an agriculture - related to business.

Topics Include: Understanding business management, planning, financing, records keeping, and budgets.

Students will learn these topics while managing and marketing the greenhouse plant sale.

Length of Course: 2 semesters; 1 credit per semester

 Horticulture (gr. 9-12)

This course presents the biology and technology involved in production, processing, and marketing of horticulture plants and products. Topics covered include propagation, plant growth, growing media, production of herbaceous, woody, nursery stock, fruit, nut and vegetable production.

 Students will learn these topics while managing and marketing the greenhouse plant sale.

You will learn:
Propagation, plant growth, growing media, production of herbaceous, woody, nursery stock, fruit, nut, and vegetable production.

Length of Course: 2 semesters; 1 credit per semester

Landscape Management (gr. 9-12)

You will learn:
Landscape design, landscape construction, maintenance schedules, and care and use of equipment.

Length of Course: 2 semesters; 1 credit per semester

Natural Resource Management (gr. 9-12)

You will learn:
Forest ecology, tree recognition, tree growth, forest management, urban forestry, pollution, water tests, native wildlife, outdoor safety, and weather.

Length of Course: 2 semesters; 1 credit per semester

Animal Science (gr. 9-12)

You will learn:
Anatomy, genetics, reproduction, nutrition, animal health, management and care, and environmental impacts of animals.

Length of Course: 2 semesters; 1 credit per semester

Instructor:
Mrs. Amy Remsburg
aremsbur@mccsc.edu

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