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Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences Degree in Enology & Viticulture  

This schedule lists all courses required for completion of the Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences Degree in Enology & Viticulture, but the actual order and specific coursework may vary depending on student placement, start date, and quarter. Please check with your advisor prior to any substitutions.

The required related instruction is noted in bold print. The letter in parenthesis indicates which category of related instruction is represented by the given course as follows:

(W) -Written Communications (O) - Oral Communications
(R) - Human Relations (M) - Computation/Mathematics
(J) - Job Seekings Skills (L) - Leadership

 

Year One
 
Fall Quarter
AGPR 120, Agricultural Chemistry***
5
AGPR 201, Basic Soil Science
5
EV 107, Introduction to Viticulture and Enology
5
EV 196, Viticulture Practicum I
1
OCSUP 105, Introduction to Quantitative Problem Solving for the Trades (M)
5
Total Credits
21
 
Winter Quarter
AGPR 113, Plant Anatomy and Morphology
5
WTM 220, Drip Irrigation
2
EV 101, Establishing a Vinifera Vineyard
4
EV 197, Viticulture Practicum II
1
WTM 112, Irrigation Principles
5
EV 299, Professional Wine Leadership (L)
1
Total Credits
18
 
Spring Quarter
AGPR 202, Soils Fertility and Management
5
AGPR 230, Plant Diseases and Insects
5
EV Elective Offering(s) **
5
EV 102, Maintaining a Vinifera Vineyard
5
EV 198, Viticulture Practicum III
1
Total Credits
21
 
 
Total Year One Credits
60
 
Year Two
Fall Quarter
EV 203, Science of Winemaking I
3
EV 286, Winemaking Practicum I
3
CMST& 220, Public Speaking (O)
3 - 5
ENGL& 101, English Composition I (W)
5
Total Credits
14 - 16
 
Winter Quarter
EV 204, Science of Winemaking II
5
EV 287, Winemaking Practicum II
1
EV 108, Wine Industry Marketplace (J)
3
PSYC& 100, General Psychology (R)
3 - 5
Total Credits
12 - 14
 
Spring Quarter
AGRI 211, Small Business Management
5
EV 131, Essentials of Winery Compliance
2
EV 189, Sensory Analysis of Wine
3
EV 193, Winery Operations Management
3
EV 205, Science of Winemaking III
5
EV 288, Winemaking Practicum III
1
Total Credits
19
 
Total Year Two Credits
45 - 49
   
Total Credits
105- 109
   
* - Students must complete related instruction requirements in the following categories to receive a certificate: Written Communications, Computation/Mathematics, and Human Relations. Students must complete all six related instruction categories for the degree.

Prerequisite: Students must complete the Viticulture Science Certificate before completing the Fermentation Science Certificate.

** - EV elective offerings: AGPR 105, Weed Biology and Identification; AGPR 114, Plant Physiology; CA 133, Food and Wine/Beverage; GEOG& 207, Economic Geography; and/or any EV class 100 level or higher that is not already listed as part of the required EV program curriculum can be taken to fulfill the elective requirements including EV 297. A total of five elective credits must be met for degree completion.

*** - Students may take either AGPR 120, Agricultural Chemistry or CHEM& 110, Chemical Concepts with Lab.

(R) - BUS 102, BUS 157, ELECT PSYC2, PSYC 111, PSYC& 100
(M) - BUS 112, OCSUP 105, OCSUP 106
(O) - CMST 102, ELECT CMST1, OCSUP 102
(W) - ENGL& 101
(J) - EV 108
(L) - EV 299

Transferability:
The AAAS Degree is designed primarily for students planning to enter their chosen career upon graduation. Only selected credits are considered transferable to public or private baccalaureate institutions in Washington State. However, students interested in studying Enology and Viticulture and continuing to a four-year institution may be able to adjust their coursework to facilitate this transfer.

CIP:01.0309
EPC: 121

 

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