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 Industry PracticesDemonstrate the fundamental industry practices in food animal, horticulture and crop production.
 Professional CommunicationProduce business correspondence, financial management spreadsheets, and digital presentations.
 SafetyDemonstrate safe use and operation of farm equipment.
 Application of ScenariosEmploy learned principles through applications created for real world management scenarios.
 CommunicationDemonstrate proficiency in public relations and business communications.
 Economic PrinciplesUse economic principles to analyze financial data to optimize production in an agricultural business.
 2012-13 Associate of Science in Agricultural Technology #1Given safety is a major requirement of the welding industry, students will be able to demonstrate safe work habits during all laboratory activities. Knowledge of safe work habits will be demonstrated and explained through a written safety examination that
 2012-13 Associate of Science in Agricultural Technology #2Upon completion of this degree students will be able to demonstrate and list basic engine operations, both for small and large agriculture equipment.
 2012-13 Associate of Science in Agricultural Technology #3Upon completion of this degree all students will be able to define and demonstrate basic fabrication skills and SMAW welding skills.
 2012-13 Certificate of Achievement in Agriculture Technology #1Upon completion of this course students will be able to list and demonstrate safe work habits.
 2012-13 Certificate of Achievement in Agriculture Technology #2Upon completion of this program students will be able to demonstrate and list basic engine operations, both for small and large agriculture equipment.
 2012-13 Certificate of Achievement in Agriculture Technology #3Upon completion of this program all students will be able to define and demonstrate basic fabrication skills and SMAW welding skills.
 Driving TestAt the end of this program, students will be prepared to take their DMV Commercial Driving test for a Class A license for use in high demand jobs in agriculture commodity.
 DiagnosticsPerform diagnostic, parts schedule and repair.
 Manafacturers TestingAdjust, tune, measure and perform all diagnostic tests as prescribed by equipment manufacture.
 RecommendationsAscertain and recommend and defend their recommendation of equipment needed for a specific application.
 2012-13 Outcome 1None given
 2012-2013 Achievement Certificate Equine Science #1Upon completion of this program students will be able to list and demonstrate proper and safe handling, tieing, saddling, and mounting/dismounting a horse.
 2012-2013 Achievement Certificate Equine Science #3Upon completion of this program students will have demonstrated industry level competency in the area of nutrition, health, breeding and record keeping.
 2012-2013 Achievement Certificate in Equine Science #2Upon completion of this program students will be able to demonstrate proper horse control utilizing the three basic gaits. These gates are to be performed to beginning level industry standards.
 2012-2013 Associate of Science in Animal Science (AS-Not for transfer) #1Upon completion of this degree students will be able to identify and define three major breeds for each livestock species studied and give advantages and disadvantages for each.
 2012-2013 Associate of Science in Animal Science -not for transfer (AS) #2Upon completion of this degree students will be able to recognize and diagnose appropriate treatment for four common diseases and parasites in species of livestock covered by courses required in this degree. Students also must demonstrate proper managemen
 2012-2013 Associate of Science in Animal Science -Not for transfer (AS) #3Upon completion of this degree students will be able to define, explain and demonstrate utilizing industry computer programs, proper nutrition for livestock species covered in courses of this degree.
 2012-2013 Certificate of Achievement in Animal Science #1Upon completion of this certificate students will be able to identify, and define three major breeds for each livestock species studied and give advantages and disadvantages for each.
 2012-2013 Certificate of Achievement in animal science #2Upon completion of this certificate students will be able to recognize and diagnose appropriate treatment for four common diseases and parasites in species of livestock covered by courses required in this certificate. Students also must demonstrate proper
 2012-2013 Certificate of Achievement in Animal Science #3Upon completion of this certificate students will be able to define, explain and demonstrate utilizing industry computer programs, proper nutrition for livestock species covered in courses of this certificate.
 BusinessUse computer software to make business decisions in an equine enterprise scenario and measure the risk in a volatile horse market.
 Care and ProductionIdentify basic equine veterinary care and production management principles.
 EquitationDemonstrate basic equitation skills by using natural aids, proper balance and hands and seat placement.
 EvaluationIdentify, interpret, and evaluate the floral design techniques, materials, and product for a fresh, silk or dried floral order, create a design to fit the order and calculate the cost and profit margin for the ultimate retail sale.
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