The Agriscience program provides students with a general overview of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource Systems, Animal Systems, Plant Systems, and Agribusiness Systems. In these courses, students are involved in classroom and laboratory activities in each of the five pathway areas. Topics included in this course are:
- Industry Safety
- Technology Applications
- Agribusiness Leadership
- Environmental science
- Soil Science
- Plant Science
- Animal Science
- Wildlife Science
- Pest Management
- Wood Working
- Metal Working
- Small Engines
- Electrical Wiring
Agriscience is offered at each of the Morgan County High Schools as well as the junior high schools that feed into Brewer High School.
Freshmen: Fundamentals of Agriscience
Year 1: Intermediate Agriscience
Year 2: Advanced Agriscience
Year 3: Applied Agriscience
Agriculture engineer, Agronomist, Botanist, Conservation planner, Endangered Species Biologist, Forest Health Specialist, Landscaper, Park ranger, Water quality specialist, Wildlife officer
Earning Potential: Earnings in this field vary based upon career. Average earnings range from $35,000-$80,000.
Career Tech Student Organization:
FFA (Future Farmers of America)
Beef Q/A, NCCER, Forestry Worker Certificate, Hunter Education Certificate.