Program Overview & Flowchart

Key

  • * = Course has a required prerequisite
  • ^ = Industry-based certification
  • [ ] = Grade level(s)
  • ( ) = Credits
  • # = Specialized programs

Level 1

  • Principles of Agriculture, Food & Natural Sources [Level 1] (1)

Level 2

  • Agriculture Mechanics & Metal Technologies [10–12] (1) ^OSHA 10
  • Small Animal Management [10–12] (0.5)
  • Equine Science [10–12] (0.5)
  • Livestock Production [10–12] (1)
  • Floral Design [10–12] (1) ^Floral Design Knowledge Base
  • Horticultural Science [10–12] (1)
  • Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Management [10–12] (1) ^Hunter Ed ^Boater Ed

Level 3

  • *Agricultural Structures Design & Fabrications [11–12] (2) ^AWS-Sense Level 1
  • Advanced Animal Science [11–12] (1)
  • *Veterinary Medical Applications [10–12] (1)
  • Advanced Floral Design [11–12] (1) ^Floral Design 1
  • *Energy & Natural Resources [11–12] (1)

Level 4

  • *Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources [12] (2)
  • Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources: Agricultural Engineering [12] (1–2) ^AWS-Sense Level 1 ^DIJ Structural Steel
  • Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources: Animal Science [12] (2)
  • Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources: Veterinary Medical Applications [12] (2)
  • *Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources: Plant Science [12] (2)
  • *Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources: Environmental & Natural Energy [12] (2)

Business & Industry: Refer to course catalog for additional course sequence options, course descriptions and endorsement requirements. Dual credit courses may be substituted for requirements in appropriate areas; check with your counselor on available options. Specialized programs located on specific high school campuses are open to all LISD students; check with your campus College & Career Transition Coordinator for details.


Agriculture Studies

Level 1

Level 2

  • Any course from Level 2 [10–12] (1) – See Program Overview section above

Level 3

  • Any course from Level 2 or 3 [10–12] (1–2) – See Program Overview section above

Level 4

Applied Agricultural Engineering

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Animal Science

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Plant Science

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Environmental & Natural Resources

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

  • Practicum in Environmental and Natural Energy