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WVC Sustainable Agriculture and Resource Systems

Horticulture and Tree Fruit Production Transfer Pathway

Required Courses: Associate in Applied Science-Transfer Degree (AAS-T)
This degree transfers to the Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) Bachelor of Science in Integrated Plant Sciences (IPS), Fruit and Vegetable Management major.

Year 1 - Fall
AGRI 161/162 Intro Plant/Soil Science 5
HIST& 116 Western Civilization I  5
MATH 105* College Algebra  5
Year 1 - Winter
AGRI 254 Integrated Pest Mgmt  5
ENGL& 101* Composition: General  5
SOC& 101 Intro. Sociology  5
Year 1 - Spring
AGRI 262 Intro. Pomology  5
HIST& 118 Western Civilization III  5
MATH& 146 Intro. Stats  5
 Total Credits - First Year
Year 2 - Fall
AGRI 261 Plant Science  5
ECON& 201 Microeconomics  5
ENGL 201 Composition: Adv. Essay  5
Year 2 - Winter
AGRI 263 Soils  5
BIOL& 211* Majors Cellular  5
CMST& 220 Public Speaking  5
Year 2 - Spring
AGRI 266 Crop Production Mgmt  5
BIOL 216 Plant Classification  5
HUM& Humanities Elective  5
PSYC& 100 Intro. Psychology  5
 Associate in Applied Science Degree Total Credits   95

*Assessment score required.

This example schedule is predicated on students being program ready, have appropriate assessment scores for entry into specific courses and have completed all course requirements.

Students should work closely with an agriculture adviser to plan this program.

Consult the WVC annual schedule. Quarterly course offerings may vary.

Wenatchee Valley College has an associated in applied science-transfer (AAS-T) articulation with WSU CAHNRS. These agreements allow WVC students to transfer to WSU with an AAS-T in Horticulture and Tree Fruit Production to WSU’s Bachelor of Science IPS, Fruit & Vegetable Management major. Students who earn at least a 2.0 (“C” grade) may transfer with junior standing into the WSU CAHNRS. These articulation agreements are intended to eliminate the duplication of coursework and better integrate WVC and WSU agriculture programs.

The AAS-T degree includes technical courses to help prepare students for employment, but also includes college-level general education courses that prepare students for their junior year in a bachelor’s degree.

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