Agriculture

ACHS offers three different primary CTAE Career Pathways in Agriculture (listed below). Any student who completes three courses in any of the pathways listed below will be recognized as a Georgia Career Pathway Completer.

Agricultural Mechanics Career Pathway

Course 1:  Basic Agriculture Science (02.47100)

Course 2:  Ag Mechanics Technology I (01.42100)

Course 3: Ag Mechanics Technology II (01.42200)

Forestry/Wildlife Systems Career Pathway

Course 1: Basic Agriculture Science (02.47100)

Course 2: Forest Science (03.45100)

Course 3: Wildlife Management (03.45300

Plant and Landscape Systems Career Pathway

Course 1: Basic Agriculture Science (02.47100)

Course 2: Gen. Horticulture & Plant Science (01.46100)

Course 3: Nursery and Landscape (01.47000)

 

After completing one of the primary three Agriculture Career Pathways (listed above), a student may choose to take additional Agriculture classes to finish up to five additional Agriculture Career Pathways (listed below):

Forestry/Mechanical Systems Career Pathway

Course 1:  Basic Agriculture Science (02.47100)

Course 2:  Ag Mechanics Technology I (01.42100)

Course 3: Forest Science (03.45100)

Horticulture/Mechanical Systems Career Pathway

Course 1:  Basic Agriculture Science (02.47100)

Course 2: Gen. Horticulture & Plant Science (01.46100)

Course 3:  Ag Mechanics Technology I (01.42100)

Ag. Leadership in Forestry Career Pathway

Course 1:  Basic Agriculture Science (02.47100)

Course 2: Forest Science (03.45100)

Course 3: Agribusiness Management & Leadership (1.41200)

Horticulture & Forest Science Career Pathway

Course 1: Basic Agriculture Science (02.47100)

Course 2: Forest Science (03.45100)

Course 3: Gen. Horticulture & Plant Science (01.46100)

Ag. Leadership in Horticulture Career Pathway

Course 1: Basic Agriculture Science (02.47100)

Course 2: Gen. Horticulture & Plant Science (01.46100)

Course 3: Agribusiness Management & Leadership (1.41200)

 

What will I learn from these Career Pathways?

  • Agriculture pathways prepare students for the production, processing, marketing, distribution, financing, and development of agricultural commodities and resources; including food, fiber, wood, products, natural resources, horticulture, and other plant and animal products/resources.

What are some careers that these pathways will help prepare me for?

  • Farming
  • Buyers & Purchasing Agents of Farm Products
  • Environmental Engineers
  • Agricultural Inspectors
  • Soil and Plant Scientists
  • Agricultural Education Teachers

***These pathways will help any student with an interest in any Agriculture-related field develop a good knowledge base.

What CTSO is associated with this pathway?

FFA