Concentration in Agroecology (AADTA)(Plan Code: LASDTAA, Subplan Code: AGROECOLGY)

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Must concurrently complete the AADTA.

Core Courses
ENVS& 101Introduction to Environmental Science5
MATH& 146Introduction to Stat5
METR 201Global Climate Change5
BIOL 224Flowering Plants of The Pacific Northwest5
ENVS 202Native Plant Propagation: Principles & Practice3
ENVS 208Field Studies In Environmental Science1-8
or BIOL 208 Field Studies In Biology
or BIOL 139 Introduction to Wildlife
ENVS 290Special Projects1-5
Total Credits/Units Required for Concentration33-38
Recommended courses to be completed as part of the AADTA degree
ENVS 231Environmental Politics5
GEOG 205Physical Geography5
WS 101Introduction to Women's Studies5
ENGL 176Nature and The Humanities5
SOC& 101Introduction to Sociology5
HLTH 103Environmental Health2
SPAN& 121Spanish I5
SPAN& 122Spanish II5
Total Credits/Units Required for AADTA Degree90

Program Outcomes

Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the connections between the natural and managed landscape.
  • Demonstrate how agriculture, ecology, and equity intersect and interact, and how changes to any one impacts the others, using foundation principles of systems.
  • Draft and implement an agroecology system plan and demonstrate an understanding of the outcomes and evaluate to determine future actions (next steps) that need to be taken.
  • Communicate effectively, accurately and professionally, using verbal, non-verbal, and written language with diverse populations of potential customers, employees, colleagues, the public, and other organizations and agencies. about agroecology concepts, strategies and applications.
  • Recognize the diversity of opportunities within agroecology and identify their own niche where their interests and skills converge. (the special project will be used as assessment).

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