Agricultural Science Education

The Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) is a program within the Environmental, Agricultural, and Natural Resources Career Cluster. The CASE program prepares students to be successful in numerous careers in the agricultural sciences as well a preparing them to further their education at the post-secondary level. This inquiry-based program incorporates classroom learning, FFA leadership and career development, as well as outside of the classroom experiences through Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE) and other internship opportunities.

Upon completion of the foundation course, Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, students will complete a Principles of Agricultural Science course focused on either Plant or Animal Systems. Students then progress to a specialty course in either Plant and Animal Biotechnology or Food Science and Safety. The CASE program culminates with a capstone course in Agricultural Business, Research, and Development. All courses have direct connections to FFA activities and SAE applications.

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