Introduction to Agriculture: FFA and SAE (18001A001)

Introduction to Agriculture: FFA and SAE (18001A001)

Length: 1 semester

Grade Level: 6-12 (Best for 6 – 9)

Cost: $299




This course is designed for students who are or planning to become an FFA member.  This class will assist the student in becoming a good FFA member and understand the inner workings of the FFA and AgEd program.  This course consists of a variety of agriculture related subjects to help students discover and explore the many area’s of study and career opportunities in the agriculture field.  The course will explore Animal Science (Beef, Sheep and Swine), Veterinary Science, Leadership, Agriculture Careers, Equine Science, Farm Business Management, Agribusiness, Crop Science,Biotechnology, History of FFA, FFA Creed, and the Supervised Agricultural Experience Program.  The purpose of the course is to allow students explore many agricultural areas to help them determine what areas they would like to explore and learn in the upper level courses.


Agricultural Careers: Narrowing Down Your Career Search

Agricultural Careers: Research for a Productive Job Search

Leadership: What Does It Mean To Be A Leader

Intro to Farm Business Management: The Meaning of Farm Management

Agribusiness I: Understanding U.S. Agriculture-Agribusiness

Introduction to Biotechnology

Crop Science: Wheat Production

Animal Science – Introduction: Animal Science Terminology

Veterinary Science I: Animal Cells

Veterinary Science II: Kennel Cough

Animal Science – Sheep Production: The Sheep Industry

Animal Science – Swine Production

Equine Science I: History of the Horse

Equine Science II: Owning a Horse

Animal Science – Beef Production: The Beef Industry

The History of FFA

The FFA Creed


Supervised Agricultural Experience Program