General Agriculture

General Agriculture
The general agriculture program is designed to serve students who wish to pursue a college education in the broad area of agriculture. Traditionally, students who have been undecided about their future plans have selected this major to explore the various career options available to them in agriculture before selecting a major. This program provides for completion of many General Education requirements while students enroll in introductory courses within several disciplines.

Courses Include:
Introduction to Agricultural Economics; Communications in Agriculture; Introduction to Agriculture Education; Principles of Horticulture; Ecology of Natural Resources; Introduction to Plant Science; Introduction to Soil Science; Personal Leadership skills in Agriculture; Introduction to Animal Science; etc.

Career Opportunities
Some possible avenues for professional activities after graduation in General Agriculture include:

Farm management Marketing, sales, and distribution Animal breeding and management
Consulting Cattle rancher Agricultural science research technician
Farm equipment sales Crop farmer Environmental consultant

Student Opportunities
Shotgun Shooting Sports Club

  • The CSC Shotgun Shooting Sports Club is one of the most active clubs on campus, hosting weekly 5-stand or trap and skeet shoots open to all club members and guests. The club includes students, faculty and staff, and is very active in fundraising and FFA/4H shooting events. Participants in the club have an opportunity to learn six separate shooting sports, including: International Skeet and Trap, American Skeet and Trap, Five-Stand, and Sporting Clays.
  • Many four-year schools within the state offer shooting sports clubs for CSC Shotgun Shooting Sports Members to continue their pursuit of competitive shooting as they continue their education. Schools with shooting sports clubs in the state include OSU, OU, and TU.

Shotgun Shooting Sports Team

  • The CSC Shotgun Shooting Sports Team is composed of the best shooters from the Shooting Sports Club. Team members travel to multiple ACUI shooting competitions (listed below) throughout the region each semester.
  • Ten scholarships will be available each semester for those students that qualify.

Degree Plan
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