The Harman - Joiner Agriculture Department offers over 12 unique pathway options.
Enrolling in Basic Agricultural Science is the first step to developing a unique curriculum for students interested in livestock, horticulture, forestry, mechanics, and more!
Introductory course inspiring students to continue their pathway in agriculture. Curriculum spans leadership and FFA, horticulture, animal science, agronomy, forestry and natural resources.
Curriculum includes plant anatomy and genetics, integrated pest management, resource management, alternative energy sources, pathology, identification, and silviculture.
The Plant Science courses manage and operate the campus greenhouse and sales.
Plant Science and Forest Science are considered 4th science options for students completing a pathway in agriculture.