A.A.S. Degree and/or Certificate
Dairy students complete the 13 core Agriculture classes and five additional Agricultural
courses, as well as the general education requirements of Kaskaskia College. The four
dairy courses focus on the area of dairy production. They include live animal
evaluation, diseases, waste management and physiology of reproduction and lactation.
Students enrolled in the Dairy Program in the Agriculture Department at Kaskaskia College
complete a total of 600 hours of Supervised Occupational Experience.
Representative Job Titles
- Professional Farm Manager
- Operations Manager
- Production Manager
- Livestock Production Manager
(Swine, Beef, Dairy, Poultry, Sheep)
- Feed Sales/Management
- Livestock Equipment Sales/Mgt.
- Livestock Procurement
- A.I. Breeding Technician
- Livestock Feedlot Operator
- Livestock Marketing Specialist
Since many of the AGRC courses are offered
only once each year, students should attempt to follow the program
schedule as closely as possible.
Course substitutions will be handled on an individual basis. All course
substitutions must be approved by the appropriate dean or vice-president.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who have completed the below program, and
other important information, please visit the link(s) below or see the
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The program requirements presented here are effective Fall 2014.
Previous versions of the KC Catalog are available in their entirety at our
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an academic advisor. Please contact an academic advisor with questions regarding
course registration or degree/certificate completion.