Our Animal Science Technology Beef Production Option, offered at the Raymond Campus, will provide you with the basic skills needed to pursue a variety of agriculture careers. These skills include livestock management, agribusiness management, basic maintenance technology, and human relations. All of which can open up several career opportunities for you, including farm and ranch manager, agribusiness manager, agriculture supply representative, equipment sales, livestock sales, chemical sales, research assistant, soil conservation technician, food processing supervisor, and other entry-level management positions.
Regardless of the beef production career, you’re pursuing, Hinds Community College is where you can begin. Any job in animal science technology will require numerous skills, all of which are offered to you during your time here. The education you’ll receive will widen your options as your career moves forward.
You’re invited to T. H. Kendall, III Agricultural Complex on our Raymond Campus, where all of our agriculture-related programs are offered. To schedule an appointment or tour of our Ag Complex, please call 601-857-3334 or 601-857-3792.
Important Program Information
- DEGREES / CERTIFICATES
- Associate of Applied Science
- Career Certificate
- Technical Certificate
|Survey of Agricultural Technology or Survey of Agriculture||1|
|Applied Principles of Animal Production or Animal Science||4|
|Applied Principles of Plant Production or Plant Science (w/lab) or Botany I (w/lab)||3–4|
|Applied Soils – Conservation and Use or Basic Soils (w/lab)||4|
|Principles of Agricultural Management||3|
|Principles of Agricultural Marketing||3|
|Approved Electives (see college catalog)||9|
|Forage & Pasture Crops||3|
|Applied Animal Nutrition||3|
|Approved Electives (see college catalog)||6|
|Total Hours (includes career certificate course hours)||45–46|
|Technical English or English Composition I||3–4|
|Public Speaking I or Interpersonal Communication||3|
|Social/Behavioral Science Elective||3|
|Humanities/Fine Arts Elective||3|
|Total Hours (includes career and technical certificate course hours)||60–63|