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2023-2024 Catalog & Student Handbook 
    
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Digital Agronomy Concentration (A.A.S.)


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The A.A.S. in Entrepreneurship with a concentration in Digital Agronomy will provide students with the skills needed to successfully work in the field of Digital Agronomy. This program is designed for students who do not intend to transfer to a four-year institution. While open to all students, this program is particularly designed to assist students who have received a certificate or diploma in a technical field such as those granted by the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology.

Students who have completed a Digital Agronomy program at a TCAT can choose to apply for course credit in the DAGR courses. Additional credit can be applied for in AGRI 1050  (TCAT: Plant and Soil Science Crop Production 1040) and  AGRI 1010  (TCAT: Principles of Farm Management 3060).

Students who have earned their FAA Drone pilot license can apply for credit for GISM 1010 .

GENERAL EDUCATION (15 credit hours)


Communications (6 credit hours)


Mathematics (3 credit hours)


One of the following:

(MATH 1630  or MATH 1710  recommended)

Social and Behavioral Science (3 credit hours)


One of the following:

Semester Hours Credit: 60*


*All digital agronomy majors who are required to take Learning Support must also complete MSCC 1300 - First-Year Experience 

 

NOTES:

  • Students who have completed a Digital Agronomy program at a TCAT can choose to apply for course credit in the DAGR courses. Additional credit can be applied for in AGRI 1050  (TCAT: Plant and Soil Science Crop Production 1040) and  AGRI 1010  (TCAT: Principles of Farm Management 3060).
  • Students who have earned their FAA Drone pilot license can apply for credit for GISM 1010 .

Recommended Full-Time Schedule (Fall or Spring Start)


The following is a recommended full-time schedule. Learning Support, pre-requisites, and other academic factors may impact this schedule.  See your advisor to create a degree plan.

GPS (Graduation Planning System), along with the correct catalog, should be utilized by students for all of their educational planning.  Students can monitor their progress toward a degree or certificate and view missing requirements with the GPS audit, which is accessible through MyMotlow.

Semester Four (15 credit hours)


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