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Viticulture Science Certificate  

This schedule lists all courses required for completion of the Viticulture Science Certificate, 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 196, Viticulture Practicum I
1
EV 107, Introduction to Viticulture and Enology
5
WTM 112C, Hydraulics and Soil
1
WTM 112D, Plant Water Use
1
Total Credits
18
 
Winter Quarter
AGPR 114, Plant Physiology
5
AGPR 202, Soils Fertility and Management
5
EV 197, Viticulture Practicum II
1
EV 101, Establishing a Vinifera Vineyard
4
WTM 220, Drip Irrigation
3
EV 299, Professional Wine Leadership (L)
1
Total Credits
19
 
Spring Quarter
AGPR 230, Plant Diseases and Insects
5
AGRI 211, Small Business Management
5
EV 198, Viticulture Practicum III
1
EV 102, Maintaining a Vinifera Vineyard
5
MATH 074C, Beginning Algebra I - Linear Equations (M)
5
Total Credits
21
 
 
Total Year One Credits
58
 
   
Total Credits
58
   
* - EV elective offerings: AGPR 105, Weed Biology and Identification; CUL 210, Wine with Food; 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. Up to two credits of EV 180 can be counted for elective credits. A total of ten elective credits must be met for degree completion.

** - 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.

(M) - MATH 074C, ELECT MAT3
(L) - EV 299

Transferability:


CIP:01.0309
EPC: 121C

Certificate Clock Hours: 710

 

$ Estimated Program Cost