Dr. Anissa Hoffman, associate professor
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The Agriculture transfer curriculum plan is designed for students who plan to continue their studies toward a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from one of the area universities. Since degree requirements of various transfer institutions differ, students should consult an advisor and the catalog of the college to which they plan to transfer so they can determine specific course requirements and transfer policies. Their NDSCS agriculture advisor will assist them with the transfer process.
Students will take a mixture of agriculture and general education courses while at NDSCS that will assist them in meeting the requirements of their anticipated degree. Smaller class size enables a successful beginning towards completion of a bachelor’s degree.
Our philosophy statement is: “The Agriculture Department provides education for the present and future by incorporating leadership and career development, best management practices in crop and livestock production, mechanics, technology, natural resources, problem solving, internships, and communication through a diverse program."
The applicants must be high school graduates or equivalent. Helpful courses to prepare for this program are chemistry, algebra, advanced mathematics, biology, agricultural education, English, and computer science.
Applicants may be required to complete a basic skills evaluation during the admissions process.
Upon successful completion of the required courses, students will be awarded an Associate in Science degree in Liberal Arts.
*Electives should be selected according to the needs of the student or requirements of the transfer college.
This curriculum meets the North Dakota University System general education requirements as indicated in the NDSCS Catalog under the heading: NDUS General Education Transfer Agreement.