Agriscience Technology – MISO3 01021
Grades 10-12; 1 credit; 36 weeks
Agriscience Technology courses integrate biological and technological concepts with principles of agriculture. Courses are designed in sequences to provide experiences in the subject matter. Units are selected to develop knowledge and skills pertaining to nutrition, reproduction, diseases, breeding, genetics, anatomy, and physiology in animals and plants. Genetic engineering, biotechnology, plant propagation techniques, agricultural production techniques, marketing techniques, aquaculture, animal health, and small animal care are examples of units that may be taught.
This courses integrates leadership and supervised agricultural experience programs. Career opportunities and educational preparation are examined. Learning activities are varied with classroom, laboratory and field experience.