Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources (AgriScience) Pathways

AgriScience pathways are focused on the production, processing, marketing, distribution, financing, and development of agricultural commodities and resources including food, fiber, wood products, natural resources, horticulture, and other plant and animal products or resources.

Agricultural Power and Engineering

The Agricultural Power and Engineering pathway prepares students for a variety of careers including engineering, welding technician, mechanical and industrial technician, maintenance technician, mechanical engineer, metal fabrication, CNC operator, power technology repair and troubleshooting, and green energy technologies.

Agricultural Structures & Engineering

The Agricultural Structures & Engineering pathway prepares students for a variety of careers including carpentry, engineering, architectural design, electrical, plumbing, masonry, construction framing, business management, sales, building maintenance, home improvement, and green energy technologies.

Animal Science & Management

The Animal Science & Management pathway prepares students for a variety of careers in: agribusiness, agriscience education, animal genetics, animal nutrition, animal reproduction, extension educator, marine biology, wildlife biology, veterinary medicine, zoology, animal researcher, animal processor, production manager, artificial insemination technician, animal breeder, veterinary assistant/technician, wildlife manager, zoo animal specialist, animal rescue/animal control officer, and agriculture producer.

Environmental and Natural Resource Science (ENRS)

The Environmental and Natural Resource Science (ENRS) pathway prepares students for a variety of careers including environmental engineer, environmental science and protection technician, geological and petroleum technician, natural sciences manager, wildlife biologist, and zoologist.

Natural Resource Management

The Natural Resource Management pathway prepares students to enter into career fields that focus on one or more of the following areas: Natural Science, Microbiology, Water Resource Management, Wastewater Engineering, Environmental Protection, Soil & Plant Science, Environmental Engineering, Geoscience, and Precision Agriculture.

Plant Science

The Plant Science pathway prepares students for a variety of careers in: agronomy, ornamental horticulture, biotechnology, forestry, soil science, and turf management.