• Foundations of Agriscience- Year 1

    Fundamentals of Agriscience is a one-credit course that provides students with a fundamental overview of the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources cluster, which contains five pathways—Power, Structure, and Technical Systems; Environmental and Natural Resources Systems; Animal Systems; Plant Systems; and Agribusiness Systems. Students are involved in classroom and laboratory activities in each of the five pathway areas. The emphasis for Fundamentals of Agriscience is based around the NCCER Core Curriculum including basic safety, construction math, hand tools, power tools, construction drawings, basic rigging, communication skills, employability skills, and materials handling. 

    Intermediate Agriscience- Year 2

    Intermediate Agriscience is a one-credit course that provides students with an intermediate understanding of the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources cluster, which contains five pathways—Power, Structure, and Technical Systems; Environmental and Natural Resources Systems; Animal Systems; Plant Systems; and Agribusiness Systems. Students are involved in classroom and laboratory activities in each of the five pathway areas. The emphasis for Intermediate Agriscience is plant systems. The curriculum will provide opportunities for Career Readiness Indicators utilizing resources from the Alabama Green Industry Training Center, Landscape Management Technician, and NCCER. 

    Advanced Agriscience- Year 3

    Advanced Agriscience is a one-credit course that provides students with an intermediate understanding of the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources cluster, which contains five pathways—Power, Structure, and Technical Systems; Environmental and Natural Resources Systems; Animal Systems; Plant Systems; and Agribusiness Systems. Students are involved in classroom and laboratory activities in each of the five pathway areas. The emphasis for Intermediate Agriscience is plant systems. The curriculum will provide opportunities for Career Readiness Indicators utilizing resources from the Youth Beef Quality Assurance, Youth Pork Quality Assurance, and NCCER.

    Applied Ag Mechanics- Year 4

    Applied Agricultural Mechanics is a one-credit course that provides students with an advanced understanding of the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources cluster, which contains five pathways— Power, Structure, and Technical Systems; Environmental and Natural Resources Systems; Animal Systems; Plant Systems; and Agribusiness Systems. Students are involved in classroom and laboratory activities in each of the five pathway areas. The emphasis for Applied Agricultural Mechanics is metal fabrication and power mechanics. Students should be allowed ample time in the laboratory to apply content in real world applications. The curriculum will provide opportunities for credentials utilizing resources from NCCER.