Soil and Crop Science
Associate of Science Transfer Degree
Otero Junior College, in cooperation with Colorado State University - Fort Collins, has developed a two-year Associate of Science degree track with an emphasis in Agriculture in three different areas: Agriculture Business, Animal Science, and Soil and Crop Science.
Upon successful completion, all classes associated with the degree, will transfer seamlessly into the CSU-Fort Collins College of Agricultural Science where a student can earn a bachelor's degree with an additional 60 hours of credit.
Students interested in Soil and Crop Science with plans to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree would follow this recommended track.
Soil and Crop Science Advising Sheets
- Soil and Crop Science Advising Sheet CSU
- Soil and Crop Science Advising Sheet West Texas A&M
- Soil and Crop Science Advising Sheet New Mexico State Univ.
- Soil and Crop Science Advising Sheet Northwestern Oklahoma State University
The above designated degrees provide courses that meet requirements for the articulation agreement with Colorado State University - Fort Collins. Ag Science articulation agreements also exist for New Mexico State University, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, West Texas State University and Northwest Oklahoma University. Please see your advisor for the correct course of study and articulation agreement specific to your transfer university.
If you are planning to transfer on to a 4-year university after graduating at OJC, view the OJC Transfer Agreement. Each student should work closely with their OJC advisor and contact their transfer institution choices for more specific transfer information. Other transfer information can be found at The Colorado Dept. of Higher Education.
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