Online General Agriculture Degree | Casper College, Wyoming

Online General Agriculture Degree

The online general agriculture degree program is a flexible and customizable program that allows students to study different aspects of agriculture.

We can help tailor this degree to fit your educational goals. A wide range of topics are available, including:

  • animal science
  • soil science
  • agriculture economics
  • record keeping
  • marketing
  • management

Features and benefits of an online degree from CC

Excellent and friendly faculty that focus on your individual education and success.

  • You will be assigned an academic advisor, who also teaches your core classes. You and your advisor will discuss your goals, background, and current schedule (i.e. work, family) and develop a degree plan centered around you.

Receive the same high-quality education as you would on-campus.

  • Almost every class offered online is also taught on-campus in Casper and by the same instructors, who are only a phone call or an email away.

Award-winning faculty:

  • Todd Jones, Wyoming Distance Educator of the Year
  • Jason Johnson, Phi Theta Kappa Learning Coach of the Year
  • Dr. Jeremy Burkett, Rosenthal Outstanding Educator of the Year and three-time Phi Theta Kappa Learning Coach of the Year

Opportunities after graduation from Casper College:

  • Casper College classes have a high transferability rate that will allow you to continue your education at one of many four-year institutions across the country.
  • Having an associate degree in general agriculture will make you more employable in the agricultural industry without narrowing your field of employment.

What classes will you take?

Associate of Science (A.S.) in General Agriculture

About the online learning environment

Casper College uses a learning management system, called Moodle4Me, for all its online courses. Course syllabus, calendar of activities, resources, assignments and quizzes, discussions, and grades can be accessed through Moodle. Learn more about getting started online.

The layout of each class will vary, depending on the instructor. Some may follow a "work at your own pace" method, while others assign work with with weekly due dates. Regardless, the online general agriculture program will follow Casper College's academic year schedule, with classes held during the fall and spring semesters, and an optional summer semester.

FAQs

How many classes will I take each semester?

The amount of classes that you take each semester is your choice.

To be a full-time student, you need to be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours (approximately four classes) each semester, but we suggest you take 15 to 17 credits each semester if you wish to graduate in two years, or four semesters.

Many online students have careers, families, and lives elsewhere. Some students may only take two or three classes each semester, while others may take four or five. If this is the case for you, we work to understand your needs and your time, and develop a custom degree path that is right for you.

Do I need books?

That depends on the class; some will require a book, but some will not.

What do I need in terms of computers, software, etc.?

You will need access to a computer and a good Internet connection.

Steps to starting an online degree program at CC

  1. Apply for admission as a first-time or transfer student (same process for on-campus and online students).
  2. Apply for financial aid, including grants, loans and scholarships.
  3. Make an appointment with an advisor and register for classes. A phone call advising appointment is what most online students do. Meeting your advisor in-person at Casper College is also an option if you live nearby and it works for your schedule.
  4. Go through the online orientation module (1-3 hours).
  5. Begin classes!

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Visit the main general agriculture program page.

Learn more about getting started online.

Contact

Dean, School of Science
Office: PS 132A
307-268-2593
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